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  1. We take a look at a brand new 1:24 resin figure set from Elan13 - Luftwaffe Pilot with dog WW2: Have fun! Iain
  2. Hi, I found this picture in the internet and was insteandly fascinated. When it comes to art modelling by hand, I'm lost. This goes to all AM, who is willing and interested to produce this figure if there is an interest by the community? I hope the resonance is positive, I like to have it in 1/32. Cheers Ralph
  3. Would anyone have interest in an LSO or WASP figure ? In 1/32 cast resin, it would be priced at around $12 - 14 USD for a single figure. So far the 3D printed test figures I have done are looking really good in 1/32 scale. I would do production in resin to keep them more affordable. - Joe
  4. Ok, soooooo.... I have recently started working with a digital sculptor, and the test figure below shows the digital artwork, the raw 3d test print (minus supports), and a quickly painted 'finished' figure. It represents a typical 18th -19th century ordinary seaman, done in 28mm size. This was done on a desktop DLP/SLA type 3d printer. A successful test, and the shape of things to come...! -Joe
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