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Hey Panzer Man How about some W.W.I figures. German, English, American, French, Russian, Poles, etc. Civilians would also be nice. Some W.W.I artillery would also be nice to see.
Something like a resin W.W.I trench section with all of the acessories would be a welcomed addition.
W.W.I is a great subject that no one is producing at the moment.
How about some W.W.II, and W.W.I KIA, German, USA, Japanese, Russian, British, Italian, French?
I would also like to see a update kit for the Russian SU-76. This should include a complete, corrected upper hull. It should also include a complete interior front, and back compartment. This would be one heck of a kit.
If you want any other suggestions, e-mail me in private. You know where to reach me.
There is a reason why no one is producing WWI figurines.Nobody wants them or at least will by them ! So that Is why I wont produce them. I am a WWI freak and have a collection of WWI figs,I buy whatever I can find. Mrosko
How about some multipurpose set of playing children or children suited to climb all over a destroyed tank or halftrack? The contrast between the climbing children and the knocked out, once so fearsome Tiger or Panther would make a very interesting Summer 1945/1946 dio....(Personal obsession, sorry! )
I can understand that as a manufacturer it's easier to sell some german figures but Marijn is right, Civilian figures are generally very poor (the choice is MK 35, Sol and civilian refugees from CDio and Gunze), a mulpose concept could also be interesting rather than many civilian figures
And (excuse me) how about some dead civilians? I know it's morbid, but it certainly does reflect reality! A bombed-out ruin, with dead civilians (even children) would look even more authentic. Sure, it would be uncomfortable, but war in general is uncomfortable. I'm tired of "sugar-coating" our depictions of war. Let's move on to the next level of realism... (OK, I must be mental!!!)
Sure it would be realistic but I think you can transmit the same message whithout dead bodies , just put a blanket on a body and you have the same message without beeing gore , add a teddy bear on the side and you finally transmit the same feeling , no??
I've often wanted to see partisans. I have the old ESCI figure kit, but we could sure use more...Poles, French, Bolsheviks, Dutch, Ustachis,...heck, we could even use them in Budapest, (1956) Prague, (1968) or Bosnia (19now)! Panzer, whaddaya think? Is there a market?