The quality is top notch too, I don't think my pictures really do it justice. The mold release agent was pretty heavy on these so I have already given these a soapy, warm water bath and done a little dry fitting. These are top notch kits, flash is light, the sprue attachment points look like they be well hidden after assembly. Some of the mold lines on the smaller pieces are going to take some work to clean up, but overall its just a great kit. I wish I had enough funds to have picked up some of the British tanks along with a German A7V but maybe I'll pick those up later. Check them out at Trenchworx
UPDATE: I received an email from Dave at Trenchworx this morning. He asked about my release agent comment because they don't use any! They have been able to prime and paint their models straight from the molds. I went back to where I had layed out the pieces to dry and they still feel quite slick to me. But now I believe that its because their mold process produces such a smooth surface that it feels "slick". I'm hoping to get some primer on these today but after emailing with Dave I'm not anticipating any problems.
These are going to do a great job supporting my WWI US Marines.
|Small Box, well packed|
|Somewhere in all this are three tanks and an armored car. They sent along some coasters as well.|
|Each vehicle bagged up in ziplock. There is a smaller ziplock inside that holds|
|There are a few more parts to the FT-17 than I expected. There are also rare earth magnets so I can switch out the weapon between an MG or a 37mm Cannon.|
|Nice detail on the treads|
|Turret looks top notch|
|The armored hull|
|The Rolls Royce armored hull|
|There are few pieces for this one too|
|Just dry fitting the turret here.|