Taurus miniatures

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Sergey Savenkov, Jul 18, 2010.

  1. Sergey Savenkov A Fixture

    Dear friends!
    With great pleasure I present to you the new projects in Russia organized by Alexander Deryabin.

    TAURUS MINIATURES it launches with two pieces 90 mm and 54 mm resin.
    Japanese Officer, 90 mm, resin kits to assemble (belt not included).
    Sculpted by Alexander Deryabin
    Painted by Sergey Popovichenko

    Albertuis, 54 mm, resin.
    Sculpted by Alexander Deryabin
    Painted by Sergey Popovichenko

    Taurus Miniatures Miniatures Tartar is partner, so you can see all the new Blog of Tartar Miniatures http://tartarminiaturs.blogspot.com/
    clicking on the Partners page.

    To buy the parts you can contact the dealer:

    USA - Red Lancers: http://www.redlancers.com/subcatout.asp?mfg=700&page=10

    UK - El Greco Miniatures: http://www.elgrecominiatures.co.uk/index1.html

    Italy - Il Modellismo: http://www.ilmodellismo-fe.com/c.asp?c=TAURUS_MINIATURES&id_mark=662

    Germany - Miniatures Berlin: http://www.miniatures-berlin.de/?pid=16&gid=83

    For information write on e-mail:
    Sergey Savenkov

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  2. Sambaman Well-Known Member

    HA! That Albertius kit is a HOOT!

    Jay H.
  3. O.P. Active Member

    I have already received Albert Enshtejna's miniature - is very happy with quality of mould and the figure!!! It is Fine fulfilment!!!
    I am sorry for my English......(y)
  4. Major_Goose Well-Known Member

    Will definately paint Albertus !!
  5. housecarl Forum Moderator

    I missed out on the last Albertus at Figure World.
  6. elgreco Well-Known Member

    Not to worry - more are shipping in ....
  7. Michael Tse Active Member

    The Japanese officer is wonderful except for the nose. True this nose shape is a common physical attribute to certain Oriental ethnic groups such as the Cantonese in China, and further south maybe. But Japanese are actually noticeable for a rather opposite nose shape (for want of a better word, "hook" is what I mean). This "hook" nose, much more sculpturistic, is an important feature for one to tell apart say a Northen Chinese from a Southern (Cantonese) one.

    This is of course just a general observation. I have seen Japanese with the nose depicted above too.

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