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Paul at The Model Cellar has sent us details of three new 1:32 WWI figures sculpted by Mike Good.
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Paul at the Model Cellar has sent us details of two new resin RFC figures. The pilot's flying gear will also fit in well with early post-war RAF aircraft - plus, of course, equipment had a habit of changing sides during WWI as pilots "liberated" choice items of clothing from their downed opponents.
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Some news in from The Model Cellar on a couple new figures that would go well with a certain 1/16 scale FT-17.
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We have some news from The Model Cellar which will be very exciting for modelers interested in WWI planes.
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Great War specialists, The Model Cellar, have recently announced the release of two new 1/48 scale pilots as well as two new busts. The figures, depicting the German Von Richthofen brothers are available individually as well in a set, with each figure being presented with two heads options.
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The Model Cellar is well known for their range of Great War products, and thus they do not dissappoint fans of their range of WWI "Knights of the Air" with the announcement of a new 54mm (1/32 scale) pilot figure by Mike Good.
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The Model Cellar, Great War specialists, have recently announced the release of a new 1/48 scale pilot, one which would make a great little addition to virtually any 1/48 scale WWI German aircraft - or look great even on its own.
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The Model Cellar is well known for their range of Great War products, and thus they do not dissappoint with the announcement of a new large scale WWI pilot bust. The 1/12 scale bust is, however not the only recent release from the workbench of Mike Good. Other recent releases include a 54mm (1/32 scale) figure and a 1/6 scale bust, both of well-known WWI German pilots. Not without mention though is also 200mm WWII French Legionnaire, at Bir Hach'eim in 1942.
The Model Cellar comes with an interesting subject introduced by a 200 mm bust.
With kind thanks to Guy Herrick at PlanetFigure for posting the original news item, herewith follows a few of the The Model Cellar's latest releases.