A small blister pack of rocks or for basing and diorama model building in 1/35 scale.
Slate rocks - Large homogeneous metamorphic rocks, mid grey colour.
Dark stones - Medium sized rocks, useful for igneous or sedimentary stones.
Grey stones - Medium sized rocks, useful for igneous or sedimentary stones.
Miniart 1:35 - Schweres Wurfgerät 40 - Plastic Figure Model Kit #35273
The Schweres Wurfgerät 40 (sWG 40) was a wooden launch frame used by Germany during WWII, for 28 and 32 cm rockets. The rockets were mounted on the sWG 40 in groups of four.
- Realistic wooden pattern
- Decal sheet included
- 2 types of rockets included: 28cm WK Spr & 32cm WK Flamm
Download instructions for this kit here
The kit contains 204 parts.
Includes parts for five figures, a Schweres Wurfgerät 40 and 28/32cm rockets.
Box: 290mm x 190mm x 45mm
Vallejo Model Colour paints are suitable for all surfaces and adhere especially well to plastics and polyesters. These paints will allow you to easily cover even large surfaces without leaving brushstrokes. They are equally perfect for the smallest details of miniature artwork. All the colours dry to a matte and opaque finish except for the metallic and transparent colours.
Model Colour paints can be diluted with water and mixed with one another. They do not contain solvents or any ingredients harmful to health, and are not inflammable. Once the paint has dried, it is waterproof and permanent.
Blue shades available in this listing:VAL 807 - AV Vallejo Model Color - Oxford Blue
Dragon 1:35 - Italian Paratroopers, Anzio 1944 - Plastic Model Kit #6741
The Italian Paratroopers Division "Nembo" was officially formed in November 1942. Following the armistice of September 1943 which stipulated the surrender of Italy to the Allies, violent conflicts arose in the division with some units wishing to comply with the directives of the Italian Government and others refusing to accept the change of alliances. As a result some of the "Nembo" division units became part of the Italian Co-belligerent Army and fought alongside the Allies for the liberation of Italy, while others remained on the German side. The latter participated in the German counterattack at Anzio since February 1944. The Battle of Anzio was part of the Italian Campaign of WWII which started with Operation Shingle, the Allied amphibious landing on the 22nd of January 1944, and ended in June 1944 with the capture of Rome.
This kit contains over 60 parts for the assembly of four figures of Italian paratroopers. The paratroopers are wearing a mix of Italian and German uniforms - German Fallschirmjager smocks and Italian helmets and vests. Weapons and accessories are also a mix of Italian and German.
Dragon 1:35 - Stalingrad Inferno - Plastic Model Kit #6343
The Battle of Stalingrad was the largest battle of WWII and the bloodiest confrontation in the history of warfare, with almost 2 million people killed, wounded or captured. From August 1942 until February 1943, Germany and its allies fought the Red Army for control of the city of Stalingrad. After over five months of heavy fighting, Axis forces exhausted their ammunition and food and the remaining units surrendered. After the Battle of Stalingrad, the Nazi government for the first time publicly acknowledged a failure in its war effort.
This kit contains over 50 parts for the assembly of four figures of German soldiers during the Battle of Stalingrad in 1942-1943.