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Need help with WWI figures

Discussion in 'General Figure Talk' started by Wendy, Nov 4, 2016.

  1. Wendy Active Member

    Hi all,
    I'm going to be starting a WWI project and I need some help finding figures that will work for the scene I have in mind. I need a late war German - older soldier with a peakless cap and a late war Brit (Welshman to be specific) in an overcoat (with helmet askew if possible). Both I assume are regular infantry types who have been fighting in the trenches and the scene will be in No Man's Land. The poses should be pretty static - just standing. They don't have to be a perfect match to the above. I know I'm going to have to do some converting and sculpting. I just need a good starting point to save me the work of sculpting the whole thing. This isn't an era I'm very familiar with, hence the cry for help...

    Oh, and 54mm or even 1/35 would be the scale.

    Any help will be greatly appreciated! (y)
  2. Nap A Fixture

    Hi Wendy

    Sounds an interesting project I would definately have a look at the Tommys War figures , excelkent quality and good poses , British and I think there are a couple of Germans you could use .


    There is also Masterbox and ICM figures I believe

    Hope this helps

  3. Wendy Active Member

    Thanks Nap! Looking at the Tommy's War site, do they have all the Tommy's War figures in their shop? It seems there a lot of early war, but not late war stuff.
  4. Nap A Fixture


    No probs Wendy ..early war a bit but ideal for conversion as well as alone .

    Do tell more on this project ?

  5. tock24 Active Member

    Scalelink still do WW1 figures, both English and German. Also in 1/32 and 1/35 scales. Vehicles too!



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  6. Wendy Active Member

    I plan to do a scene from Warhorse (the book; I haven't seen the movie). Someone familiar with the story can probably figure out what scene I have in mind. Is the movie generally accurate with regards to uniforms? I can catch parts of it on youtube.
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  7. Nap A Fixture

    Hi Wendy

    Sounds interesting you should t h the film it's really good , I would say the uniforms are fairly accurate ...if you want any pictures lots on my reviews of the 2 busts by Nuts Planet

    Happy modelling


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