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I was asked by a school teacher friend to evaluate whether the 1/72 Forces of Valor Corsair would be suitable for a class project build as he could obtain a large number of them very inexpensively. Forces of Valor is a Hong Kong based company who have a range of diecasts and kits. I assumed they would be knock-offs of existing kits but I am sure the Corsair at least is an original tooling. They seem to be mainly a die-cast company but it’s hard to say who their kit products are aimed at. Their rather slick website can be found here but it looks a bit like over-promising and under-delivering!
This is one of two entries for this GB. The engineering and packaging of Forces of Valor kits reminds me of Dragon and Trumpeter. As to how good the kits are ... that's another matter. They should at least be easy to build, but accuracy remains to be seen. I may complete this in a "Panzer Grey" w/disruptive stripes scheme included in the Italeri (ESCI) kit that I am also building.
Hello everybody!!! Now, this is my third tank I've ever done, and, being a very young modeller (not telling shush shush) the standard obviously isn't AMAZING like some of the beautifully constructed kits various other people on the forum have made. Enough of that, here's what I built; Make: Forces Of Valor Scale: 1/72 Model: German Tiger I (WW2 Obviously) Other Specs: 504th Schwere Heeres Panzer Abteilung Date: Spring 1943, Tunisia. The build was really easy for me, perfect. The painting - Well the kit came with no decals so I just painted normally + heavily weathered with some recentl