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Following on the heels of the Zvezda discussion below...

January 12 2012 at 3:20 PM
Peter Sisung  (Login petersisung)
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New releases announced on Dragon USA.

Soviet paras...

Soviet 85mm AA gun...

And Japanese Samurai command set...

I know the Samurai set isn't in keeping with this forums themes, but I'm excited about them as well as the others.
Gotta love Zvezda!


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Adrian Camp
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better pics

January 12 2012, 3:31 PM 

This page, linked to by Konstantin below http://art-of-tactic.com/cat/anounce has pics of the paras, 85mm and crew, german medics, soviet cavalry, gebirgsjagers. CAD pics, but they show the poses. I'd love to see the BEF brits next..

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Peter Sisung
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Thanks for the link Adrian...

January 12 2012, 4:43 PM 

Zvezda appears to be firing on all cylinders. Looks like I'll be investing heavily in their figure sets.

Smart move by Zvezda to produce these figures in 1/72 as it appeals to both modelers and wargamers. And for the money you just can't beat the detail.


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Dave Flitton
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I gotta ask...

January 12 2012, 6:02 PM 

...how well do these paint up? Can I use them in my standard 1/72 dioramas (if I ever get one done) or will they be over/under sized and clash with my other models?

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Charles Martin
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Re: I gotta ask...

January 12 2012, 7:02 PM 

Dave, they paint up very nicely and hold paint very well. You can mix them with other pieces in 1/72.

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