Tamiya is well known for its 1/35 figures and when batches of 1/48 offerings were issued between 2005-07 it seemed this smaller-scale market was about to be similarly enriched.
Although they were almost certainly designed for the firm’s AH-1 Cobra kits, ICM’s 1/32 Vietnam-era helicopter crew figures are available separately to suit other firm’s offerings.
ICM has previously released a set of three 1/32 US Army Air Force (USAAF) figures suitable for most American World War Two multi-crew aircraft (32104) and has followed this with a four-figure combination depicting elements of a three-man team posing for a picture by a USAAF photographer. Subject-specific paints are another element to consider...
Ukrainian firm Master Box’s ‘Post-Apocalyptic’ series of 1/24 figures comprises six individuals, each taking the form of a single-runner styrene kit – as is the case with the first, Sabrina.
Ukrainian figure specialist Master Box’s ‘Post-apocalyptic’ series comprises a five-kit storyline set in a 1/24-scale dystopian world, with the final figure in this group subject of AMW's full review.
Here’s a great addition for an airfield diorama involving Special Hobby’s 1/72 He 162A –a pair of Luftwaffe mechanics, reviewed in full by Airfix Model World.
ICM has added to its ceremonial figures with a splendid rendering of a Royal Marines officer standing at Slope Swords - read a full review of this kit here.
Though they appear intended for three of ICM’s own 1/32 aircraft kits, the Ukrainian firm’s large-scale pilots will be suitable for use with same-scale offerings from other manufacturers. Learn more about the individual airmen in our review.
If there’s one area of Airfix nostalgia that never gets ‘old’ it’s the firm’s 1/32 figure sets, and these US Paratroops are making a welcome return. Discover our verdict on these large-scale troops here.