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On Walls ! - New Relase From M-MODEL

Discussion in 'Figure News' started by qulfon, Dec 9, 2004.

  1. qulfon New Member

    54mm (material not stated in website)
    sculpter unknown
    painter unknown

    [IMG]

    [IMG]

    http://m-model.pl
  2. Kisifer Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Greece
    This company keeps impressing me with their releases. My bet is that this kit is made of resin. I recently saw one of their kits and the resin quality and detail is awesome. I will recommend this company for everyone who wishes to give it a try. Cheap kits and very good quality.
  3. Figure Mad Well-Known Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    I saw there stuff at euro, one of the best resin kit companies I ever seen and realy good prices

    Dave
  4. Major_Goose Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Greece
    i have got some of their kits and poainted one. The quality of detail is superb, the prices super low, the packaging nice , and the only problem i find is that some thin parts are easily breakable as resin is somewhat thin. but besides that theyre appearence in Athens Star Show 2004 was a hit . Everybody bought like crazytheir figures. Recomended
  5. gforceman Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Belgium
    I have this kit at home and it is indeed made out of resin.

    Cheers,

    Gino

    P.S. I've been saying to these guys that they need a better boxart and then their figures would sell much better too. Whatdo you guys think?
  6. dario966 New Member

    I agree with Dino. I have their medieval knight -dismounted knight circa 1390, and 4 Polish 17th century figures - all in 54 mm, - and for such very detailed figurines their box art is absolutely unsatisfactory unless you know the subject and that is your game.
    Detail and amount of adorments on the Polish Winged hussar and 17th century his peers are amazing - too bad they do not say who sculpted the pieces (the painter could be ommitted as the painting is so so). Perhaps they use some Russian or Chinese artist who is illegaly working in Poland :)
  7. dario966 New Member

    Sorry Gino, I wanted to say Gino not Dino, my appologies
  8. amherbert Member

    That's a striking dio in a box.
    The poses are a bit stiff IMHO, but a great idea.
    I'll have to add it to the ever growing wish list!

    Cheers
    Andy
  9. Major_Goose Well-Known Member

    Country:
    Greece
    well the thing about boxart i told them at the M Models owners ta the Athens Star Show 2004 competition, and the replied that they could not easily find good painters for their boxarts. I also think is a very bad think that they have so nicely casted and priced figures but they have so poor boxarts.

    Costas
  10. Bluesking Active Member

    Country:
    United-Kingdom
    Very valid point I have built a few of their figures and found the kits to be better than the box art indicated - not that I am suggesting that I'd be any better!

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