MiniArt wants to know - Would you rather a castle for your workbench or a workshop in small scale? Dilemmas hey? Well we have just these two and an interesting new “pre coloured” kit from this Ukrainian company that keeps on coming with great ideas – click on to see more on three new buildings from them…
In something of a departure for MiniArt this kit is a “multi Coloured” kit – meaning it either comes pre painted or it is moulded in a few different colours – not sure yet but well find out.
MiniArt has lots of other buildings in this scale to go along with this one but we can imagine if this is a success it may continue with this trend. curiouser and curiouser!
This kit contains 185 parts and is in production now – more news on this one when it appears…
In 1/72 this small castle will still be pretty large when completed – indeed the pictures from the site showing the 156 parts of the kit completed make you want to roll up a whole army of 1/72 knights on horseback to the gates.
This kit is not coloured like the first kit we showed you - and looks to me to be a fully injection moulded kit from MiniArt which will please many - some love vac form for it’s ease of transportation weight and inexpensiveness – some loathe it – so this kit should please many by offering an alternative!
There is a really interesting insight into this kit in the full instructions that can be downloaded at this link from the MiniArt site - this kit is now currently available from MiniArt suppliers at the link below..
This kit looks to be of the more usual fare from MiniArt - The kit itself will come with a mix of Vac form and injection moulded parts (140 in total) and you could imagine a nice little diorama with a tank crew working on their vehicle – or even a few vehicles waiting to be serviced.
The building has large double doors on the front which the vehicle enters – on second thought it may be slightly too small for a Tiger!! Still in production we will get one to build for you when it comes out.
These kits - and many more - are to be found on the MiniArt site