Monroe Perdu has released a new 1/48 scale Zimmerit set for Tamiya’s Stug III kit.
The latest releases from Monroe Perdu Studios are quite varied, from Zimmerit to kneelers at different scales.
Monroe Perdu Studios has been working on new kits that are unique and varied in subject matter. The items that Monroe Perdu Studios are releasing news of are a mix of scales, but an interesting mix.
Some good looking sign news in from Monroe Perdu Studios that would suit a city or town diorama in Hungary.
The first release in a series of unique kits from Monroe Perdu is a German 1/6 scale helmet to fit your 1/6 scale figures, or to finish and detail as a model kit on its own.
With about as much surface area as a small scale tank model, this helmet will be a fun exercise in appling unique camouflage patterns and weathering effects within it's own right.
Monroe Perdu has just released their newest laser etched zimmerit sheet for ICM's Bergepanther kit once again adding detail and interest to the models we build.
Monroe Perdu have always been known for great subjects and accessories for modelling dioramas, and so it was only a matter of time before they started supporting the upswing in 1/24th scale armor.
Monroe Perdu released a very interesting set of 1/24 scale figures:
We have a limited quantity of our latest cast resin and laser cut kit. This base can be used with your Tasca Panzer IIs or the Hasegawa Jeep, Kubel or Motorcycle kits.
Monroe Perdu send us news of two new diorama products that were debuted at IPMS in Phoenix this past month.
Russian Shop Signs for cities and towns and Cobblestone Street Sheets for 1/48 scale armor and vignettes.
We are reporting from the U.S. IPMS Nationals held this year in Phoenix, Arizona. The show has just finished up it's second day and will run through Saturday the 7th of August. We spoke with Mike Bishop about his company's most recent diorama products.
Monroe Perdu has just released another set of laser etched zimmerit for 1/35 scale Panther tanks.
This set is the most typical "vertical" pattern found on the majority of Panther Ausf A early models.
Monroe Perdu Studios has released their first set of Pilot's Chairs in their well known laser cut card. Besides giving a context to your stand alone pilot figures, the contents of the kit can be used in more creative vignettes as well.
Monroe Perdu Studios have just announced a new limited edition diorama item-Farm House 1
Monroe Perdu have been busy designing some new laser cut items the past few months. The company is expanding its1/48 scale offerings, as well as continuing with its laser cut zimmerit sets.
Monroe Perdu's latest offering in laser cut paper zimmerit completes coverage of all available Panther G kits on the market at the moment.
Interesting news for AFV modelers from Monroe Perdu Studios - a company better-known for its extensive range of diorama products.
Monroe Perdu Studios have just announced a new diorama item.
Monroe Perdu Designs have released a piano in 1/32-1/35 scale.
With its deceptively simple lines, one of the 'supposedly' simple structures to construct is the windmill. However, as someone who has 'tried' (with little success) it isn't the easiest structure to do convincingly.. Now, for those of you who would like to add one to a diorama, help is at hand with an interesting new product from Monroe Perdu Studios.
The latest release from Monroe Perdu is an extremely versatile kit "The Sunken Road". This kit builds into a vignette to depict almost anywhere in the world you can think of. A rutted lane in Normandy, a washed out trek in North Africa, a wagon path in Italy, or a carved trail in the jungle of Vietnam are all possibilities with this kit.
Monroe Perdu finally has limited quantities of it's latest and largest kit, MPD-031 Northern Italian Church. If you were able to attend the recent SCAHMS show, you saw the painted test shot and the first few kits for sale. The kit is imposing, measuring 13" tall and 13" square on the base.
For those unaware of their existence, Monroe Perdu Studios produce an extraordinary range of Diorama sets in 1:35th/1:32nd scale...
The company has announced a series of new sets, each more original than the last...
Monroe Perdu Studios, a company that is know for its creative products, decided to release a new architectural kit.
Just before the end of the year, Monroe Perdu offers a versatile set of three cobblestone bases for figures and small vehicles. Included are four full color photos of actual cobblestone streets from different countries, to illustrate the variety of ways to finish the pieces.
The latest kit from Monroe Perdu is a unique vignette depicting the booksellers stalls along the Seine river in Paris. The book vendors have been in place along the quays for centuries, so this kit will be the perfect backdrop for figures of practically all eras and armies. It builds into a versatile setting for military and civilian figures as either occupier or tourist.
Monroe Perdu has finally released a kit which has been on "the drawing board" for more than three years. The new kit, MPD-019 Roadside Pulpit, will compliment your AFV's and figures in all of your Normandy dioramas.