Posted 29 March 2009 - 01:43 PM
Good news for you! WWI Fokker streaked camouflage decals in 1/48 will be released in the next few weeks. Depending on the reception of these the 1/32 and 1/72 versions will follow. These feature a "base" color of unbleached linen over which the brush stroke pattern is printed. The sheet includes decals for the cockpit interior and lower wing cross fields — for color consistency.
Parts for a new 1/32 all brass Spandau are in progress. The barrel, muzzle booster and muzzle have been produced by Voyager Models and are already in hand.
Thanks for your suggestions! I'll look into airfield accessories.
Posted 30 September 2009 - 04:00 PM
Hello, I'd be interested in WW1 Russian air force decals in 1:72, and Russian civil war air forces as well. There isn't much on the market!
My name is Tom Sollers and I am the owner of MicroSculpt Miniatures — a company dedicated to the WWI modeler. Our initial catalog consists of German Irregular Polygon Camouflage (IPC) decals commonly (but incorrectly) known as "lozenge". We currently offer these in four and five-color versions for both upper and lower surfaces in 1/48 scale. Both 1/72 and 1/32 scales will follow shortly.
We have many items planned for future release. These will be made available as funds permit. Many will be quite unique and useful.
However, many of these are being developed based on my own personal perception of WWI modeling. To ensure that MicroSculpt Miniatures is meeting the needs of a majority of WWI modelers, I would like to pose this question to all of you: "What would you like to see in the way of WWI model products?" As potential customers I would value your response.
After we accumulate some suggestions, I'd like to develop a poll so everyone can vote. That way I can determine what is "most wanted".
So, here's your chance to "have at it!" I'm listening! Well, OK I'm actually reading, but you get the idea ...
Posted 04 December 2009 - 11:12 PM
1. Seperate Fin & Rudder - This will facilitate flairing the fin into the fuselage
2. Seperate Elevator
3. Individual stabilizers with the seperate fuselage fairings at the correct stabilizer fuselage joint. Fairings can then be flaired in with putty.
4. Seperate Ailerons
5. Corrected landing gear legs and axle. Resin with wire cast inside
Given the popularity of the Eduard kit and the many versions, I am surprised no one has developed this yet!
Posted 16 April 2010 - 07:11 PM
I would Love to see a range of decals of various Allied propeller logos, in all the major scales(including 1/72).
As there have always been the 'Axial' logos for the Axis aircraft but to my knowledge nothing for the allied aircraft. These would include Sopwith stencils, for this popular make of aircraft.
-It's all in the detail you know ! ;-)
Posted 16 April 2010 - 09:09 PM
Edit: Nevermind the question. I found our conversation on the aerodrome from a couple of years ago. But you should really release those heads and other figure stuff. They are still among the best I´ve ever seen.
Edited by denstore, 19 April 2010 - 12:01 PM.
Posted 08 June 2011 - 09:41 AM