No, not the title of a new magazine! I'm a N00B to the world of 1/32 scale aircraft. I'm in the process of getting a few of the "Golden Age" USN and USAAC types, up through the P-39 and P-40.
I've already ordered a couple resin pilot figures and I can work into representations of this period. But does anyone know of any figures in 1/32 or 1/35 that I could work into USN or USAAC ground crew types? All they really need to have is a shirt and trousers, or a coverall. I can do the rest (hats, tools, etc.)
Also, any good leads on available 1/32 pilot figures beyond the Ultracast guys? I know Valiant Miniatures made at least a good-looking Navy pilot, but they seem to be outta stock everywhere.
I don't know if they are still available but Verlinden used to offer three or four generic mecanic figures. There was a standing one, a kneeling guy, one bending over... they even came with some different heads. IIRC they were in coveralls or just a shirt and pants, and had bare heads or basic caps.
Please note a few points of etiquette. First, would all contributors please use their real name and/or their actual e-mail address. All contributions are welcome but please refrain from political or abusive comments. These posts will promptly be removed from the server.
In addition, Figuratively Speaking is not a forum for the public criticism of the models that appear as Galleries or Articles. Please make any suggestions for improvements or criticism direct to the author via the email link at the bottom of the Article.