IDF colours set

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by Paulo, May 20, 2020.

  1. Paulo Well-Known Member

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    Portugal
    IDF AMMO.jpg
    Hello Planeters, just want to share somthing mostly for the Military Figures Adicted
    It´s a Future release from www.migjimenez.com it´s a Israeli Defense Forces Uniform (modern version ) .
    IDF AMMO.jpg 98353176_1177513302583718_3575490450636668928_n.jpg NEW IDF.jpg

    Figure 1/35 https://blackdog.cz/
    Box Art : Paulo Carrelo
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  2. housecarl A Fixture

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    United-Kingdom
    I wish someone would do Cheshire Combined Cadet Force colours.;)
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  3. Paulo Well-Known Member

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    Portugal
    Hi, not realy shore of wat colours they have, but... one can allways dream on .
    Can you share a picture he with us maybe, I would like to see .
  4. Sgt. Red Active Member

    Thats cool, but there are to few 120mm IDF figures out there.....
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  5. Paul Kernan A Fixture

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    Canada
    Dumb question. I've never understood the IDF headgear, can anyone explain?
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  6. Paulo Well-Known Member

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    Portugal
    Ok so ... from Paulo to Paul , there is no dumb questions ...

    The Mitznefet breaks up the shape of a helmet and makes it considerably more difficult to spot from a distance. In a natural landscape, an IDF or MICH helmet’s perfectly round dome sticks out like a sore thumb and the less lines an enemy marksman has to attach crosshairs to, the better.
    The wordMitznefetactually comes from the name of the headgear that was worn by the Jewish High Priest in the Holy Temple in Jerusalem.
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  7. Paulo Well-Known Member

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    Portugal
    Yes not at 120 mm, there is one from Verlinden very nice. We could tell Gordon to make a couple !!!
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  8. Babelfish A Fixture

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    United-Kingdom
    Amateur beekeeping is a very popular hobby in the IDF.

    - Steve
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  9. Nap A Fixture

    Country:
    England
    Hi Paulo

    Nice to see you posting

    Interesting figure release , certainly don't see many as figures or even busts

    As for paint set does this come with the figure as a release package ?

    Thanks for sharing

    Happy benchtime

    Stay safe

    Nap
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  10. Helm A Fixture

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    England
    Good luck telling Gordon anything, I've been angling for years :sneaky:
    Steev
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  11. Paulo Well-Known Member

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    Portugal
    I will poison him a little bit ...:sneaky:
    The reality is that I also believe that would be nice to see a "bigger" Figure, or a Bust, with this kind of subjects - I mean a U:S Marine in Panamá - a Iraqui Republican Guard - Australian SAS in Vietnam - Vietcong soldier - why not ?? I love many Figures /subjects in 1/35 but I would shorely apreciate if there was in 75 mm or 120 mm... and my eyes too :unsure:
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  12. Paulo Well-Known Member

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    Portugal
    Hi Kev ... yes it as been a time ... victm of my sucess I believe ... But I will return one of this days , I´m feeling /willing to make something nice for the Planet again !! I´ll be back , don´t worry

    About the Set is only paintings for the moment. You may care that this a kind of preview only ok - it´s not eaven in AMMO site, it will apear soon and will put a link here !!
    Thank you for the Suport and we keep talking
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  13. gazer Active Member

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    Israel

    As the only (?) Israeli here, it's nice to see rare IDF subjects. Paulo's explanation is largely correct, but I would like to add few things:
    Mitznefet translates also more or less to "bonnet" and indeed it is used to break the regular, un-natural shape of the hekmet. I used to have one during my service in an infantry battalion of the Golani Brigade. I can look for it at home and take a picture for you.

    Another thing: Red shoes are worn only by some infantry units, black shoes are worn by the rest. If anyone here wants to paint an IDF soldier in field uniforms (dress uniforms of course have many other unique unit characteristrics) and is unsure of the proper shoe color, please don't hesitate to ask.

    Best,

    Benny
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  14. Paul Kernan A Fixture

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    Canada
    Paulo and Benny....thanks gents. I appreciate the information(y)

    And Steve, even troopers need a hobby:D
  15. Paulo Well-Known Member

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    Portugal

    Hi Benny - Great that you post your opinion !! It´s allways good to have a commentary from someone that was inside - for example I was in the Portuguese Marines and many things are diferent (private equipmment, changes in the equipmment, and also some units have exclusive equip. just for trial )

    What you said about Red boots it´s a question I had long time agoo ! is there a special reason ??

    I will shorely ask you some things and I would like to know if you can share some pics also.

    I Admire the IDF for it´s strenght ans History !!!
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  16. Sgt. Red Active Member

    Strange there are no israeli-based figure company based on the pletora of subjects.
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  17. newtonk Active Member

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    New_Zealand
    And, Sol did a 1/16 IDF captain once upon a time. E388190E-E70D-490C-AC99-179BA28EDDEC.jpeg
  18. Mirofsoft A Fixture

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    Belgium
    The Verlinden one
    Israëlien eclairci small size.jpg
  19. newtonk Active Member

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    New_Zealand
    Not to mention these two, also from Sol...
    C8E05C49-3C96-48F7-BCE2-30AA096DBC99.jpeg
  20. newtonk Active Member

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    New_Zealand
    And, just to tidy this up, the last two I know of...
    Def,
    2E4FB002-FD70-4D12-A473-CFF44B8A80B5.jpeg
    ICM,
    AB39F7BA-B118-4378-8CE6-49FE6D03C390.jpeg
    As much as d like to model the dog handler, I’ve seen the figure... and will leave it where it is.

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