Usually, I wouldn’t recommend using MDF scenery kits as the level of details is far below the one we get with resin kits and the porosity of MDF make it very hard to have a smooth paint finish. However, as I didn’t found any resin scenery kit for an electric pylon or a diner, I… Read More Fallout board – 4Ground kits
Here are a few pictures I gathered as inspirationnal for the Mordheim table – Malval projetc.
Last step of the mission of the month was the Flak 36 gun. This unit is made of two kits: the Flak 36 gun from Blitzkrieg Miniatures and the 8-men crew from Perry Miniatures. 1. Value The combined cost of these two kits is 40€ which place this unit in the high price range. This may be… Read More Review – 8.8cm Flak36 from Perry Miniatures
After painting so much infantry, I decided that the next step of the mission of the month would be the Tiger. Again I will also take the opportunity of this article to share with you what I think of the Tiger I Ausf. E kit from Italeri/Warlord. 1. Value I don’t really have anything to say… Read More Review – Tiger I from Italeri
So, first step of the mission of the month was to take care of the assembly and painting of the 38 men of the Afrikakorps 1941-1943 box from Perry Miniatures. And I also thought: why not share with you what I think of this (great) product. I guess, you already know my overall feel. 1. Value Starting… Read More Review – Afrika Korps from Perry Miniatures
Another great product form Neveu Loic: its french cemetery. Again this kit is full of details. In fact, it reminds me real cemetery that I saw in the north of France! Great job, I highly recommend it, it gives a lot of character to your WWII battle board, it’s easy to paint and doesn’t cost… Read More Review – Neveu Loic cemetery