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New from Monro Perdu

Post  Jenny Ryan on Sat Mar 28, 2009 9:12 am

Well I know besides me there are a number of Monro Perdu fans around !

They have two exciting new releases


Zimmerit for Tamiya Panther G
Item No: MPD051
"This sheet is the first in a series of laser cut Zimmerit patterns for various German AFV's. We're starting with a common pattern to Panther tanks. This sheet is designed to fit Tamiya's 1/35 scale Panther G early version, kit# 35170. We've been able to achieve a highly realistic finish in both terms of color and scale thickness. The etched paper offers several advantages over other products:No special clippers, files or bending tools needed. No priming for paint is necessary. No special glues or epoxies required. The zimmerit easily attaches to the primed model with ordinary white glue(PVA). No sanding to thin parts is needed. The paper is easily modified with a sharp blade to simulate battle damaged areas or specific patterns around tool mounts. This feature allows for complete customization of each tank project. The sheet also contains "extra" pieces for further customization of parts like fenders or schurzen. Complete application instructions are included. Worldwide shipping is only .50 per set. "



French Village House Item No: MPD4801

"With this kit, we are expanding into another scale that has been growing in popularity for some years. Normally we create our products to be compatible with 1/32(54mm) figures. This particular subject matter seemed to lend itself well to the smaller scale and we will see how it paves the way for additional new kits. We have modified our master sculpt and production methods to eliminate a laser cut parts sheet. All fine components are cast integrally, resulting in very fine surface detail, only requiring paint. The kit can be assembled in less than 10 minutes and becomes an enjoyable paint and weathering project. As a result, the molding process is a little more involved than most of our other kits. The vignette depicts a forked road at the edge of a village. The architecture and details are more evocative of a rural setting, as opposed to a commercial street in a larger town. The building can depict any time period, certainly from the 1800's up to present day. The kit has 8 parts and includes full color graphics to apply to the walls as desired. The oval footprint of the base measures app. 10" x 8"(25cm x 20cm). The finished kit is shown on a wooden base and trees. These are not included. The finished example also has drainpipe details and we include instructions for fabricating this detail, using very inexpensive materials. As we add this kit ot our site, we are awaiting arrival of one set of wall graphics. We expect them in app. 2 weeks. Anyone ordering before they arrive, will have the graphics mailed to them at no extra cost."


How good does that last one look ? Some TREEMENDUS trees & a couple of vehicles !

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Re: New from Monro Perdu

Post  Kreighshoer on Sat Mar 28, 2009 9:18 am

holy smokes that building is splendid! seeing this i had a diorama idea immediately! too bad it's 1/48 Crying or Very sad

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Re: New from Monro Perdu

Post  Jenny Ryan on Sat Mar 28, 2009 9:55 am

Think of that as being part of the lovely adventure emersing yourself in such a cool scene !

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Post  eatcrow2 on Sat Mar 28, 2009 3:16 pm

Now that is some very cool stuff!!!!!

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Post  Guest on Sat Mar 28, 2009 3:53 pm

Laura, that can you buid by yourself! Twisted Evil

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Post  Sherman 18 on Sat Mar 28, 2009 5:55 pm

Cool that Zimmerit looks good. Who sells their stuff? In the US?

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Post  Jenny Ryan on Sat Mar 28, 2009 10:53 pm

Sherman 18 wrote:Cool that Zimmerit looks good. Who sells their stuff? In the US?

Mike is based in the US I think you would be best to buy direct

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Post  Feltmeyer3FJR on Sat Mar 28, 2009 10:59 pm

Hey now ...... The cafe street corner is awsome Cool

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Post  Sherman 18 on Sun Mar 29, 2009 4:47 am

Jenny Croft wrote:
Sherman 18 wrote:Cool that Zimmerit looks good. Who sells their stuff? In the US?

Mike is based in the US I think you would be best to buy direct

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COOOOOOOOOOOOOL. Thanks Jenny

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