Primarily offers 1/4800 WW2 Naval miniatures suitable for wargaming; as well as some aircrafts (various wargaming scales like 1/900, 1/700, 1/600, etc)
If a miniature is not yet available in your preferred scale, they can be resized (mathematically) to another scale (some may require additional work). Please feel free to contact me via "matt_atknsn [at] hotmail [dot] com"
The Douglas F4D Skyray (later redesignated as F-6) was a US carrier-borne supersonic fighter interceptor during the late 50's/early 60's Actual 3D printed product may vary from the preview image/render Keep out of reach of children
The PAC JF-17 Thunder, or CAC FC-1 Xiaolong, is a light-weight, single-engine, multi-role combat aircraft developed jointly by the Chengdu Aircraft Industries Corporation (CAC) of China, the Pakistan Air Force and the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC). Its designation "JF-17 Thunder" by Pakistan is short for "Joint Fighter-17", while the designation "FC-1 Xiaolong" by China means "Fighter China-1 Fierce Dragon". Source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JF-17_Thunder
Actual 3D printed product may vary from the preview image/render. Keep out of reach of children.
The Mikoyan Project 1.44/1.42Flatpack was a technology demonstrator developed by Mikoyan. It was the Soviet Union's answer to the Advanced Tactical Fighter (ATF) of the US, incorporating numerous fifth-generation fighter
aspects such as advanced avionics, stealth, supermaneuoverability and
supercruise. The design’s development was a protracted one,
characterized by repeated and lengthy postponements due to a chronic
lack of funds; the demonstrator made its maiden flight in February 2000, nine years behind schedule. The current status of the 1.44 is unknown.
- taken from the Wikipedia entry
- Models are supplied unpainted - Due to the (relative) small size of the model, extra care is advised when handling - Actual 3D printed product may vary from the preview image/render
Offers WW2 Naval miniatures in 1/4800; as well as some aircraft miniatures (various scales like 1/900, 1/700, 1/600, etc)