Figure painters seeking a different historical subject should consider RDG Miniatures' superb 100mm Officer, 7th Royal African Regiment vignette.Chris Clifford
Chinese firm Gecko Models has released two sets depicting British Infantry labelled as between 2010-16, as defined by their use of Multi-Terrain Pattern camouflage.John Fuller
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.