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New groundwork line available

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by milminwh, Nov 20, 2006.

  1. milminwh Member


    I have just received delivery of a new groundwork line from Belgium. This new manufacturer's company name is Joefix Studios. They have their own web site: Joefix Studios web page

    There is a large assortment of many products including various leaves, bushes, branches, wild flowers, even 54-mm scale wild mushrooms! Too many products to post photos, but here's one of their fine products:


    In photo above, these leaves are glued onto one of the branches of the JF903/905 "fine branches", which is a package of various sized branches ideal for making shrubs, bushes, trees, etc.

    Its actually a combination of two products, including their "fall leaves", number JF108, which is a package of natural leaves in 8 different color tints.
    Here's a photo of the JF108 fall leaves:
    These fall leaves are glued to JF903 fine branches, and here's a photo of that product:
    These branches are versatile enough to use as is, or with any of their assortment of leaves. There are 2 sizes available, the smaller package of JF903, or the "lifetime" supply of branches (JF905). Some of the branches included are large enough to simulate 1/32 (or 1/35) scale trees.

    This new line can be viewed on my web site here:
    Joefix Studios line at Military Miniatures Warehouse

    Most products are in stock, although some are already sold out!

    Military Miniatures Warehouse
  2. garyjd Well-Known Member

    Looks like a great groundwork product line.~Gary
  3. megroot A Fixture

    This is great stuff.
    I used the leaves for the wingerd on the castell wall off Edward Plantagenet. They are so natural and wonderfull. Nothing needed except glue.
    Highly recommended.

  4. John Long Active Member

    Looks like a good line John. I miss the old Vegeterama stuff, I guess this stuff is comparable.
  5. milminwh Member

    Hi John,
    Yea, that Vegetarama line was nice. Some of the stuff from this series is very similar. The one product that Vegetarama had that I've never been able to find was a tall grass product with shoots blooming from the tops of the blades. Perfect for 1/32 scale. I had a few packs left at an MFCA Show a couple of years ago and big bad John Rosengrant snatched them up. I wanted to save a package for myself but did not have the heart or the hutzpah (sp?) to ask him if OK to take one back!
  6. Kisifer Well-Known Member

    John can you place a photo of that tall grass you are talking about? You never know.. maybe I can find something similar ;)


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