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Stalingrad released a new big batch of miniatures in 1/35 scale depicting a scene from Operation Varsity. Check them out, these figures would make a wonderful vignette.
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Stalingrad released a new set of 1/35 scale resin figures, depicting the Russian T-14 Armata crewmen.
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Stalingrad is definitely one of the best figure companies on the market today, producing high-quality resin miniatures. So far the company offered WWII and WWI figures in 1/35 scale, however this time we report on the more modern set coming out.
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Stalingrad is well known for their superb line of 1/35 scale figures representing soldiers from two world wars. Recently, Alex Zelenkov, the creative force behind the company, started venturing in other figure themes...
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Stalingrad announced a new multi figure kit from World War II.
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Alexander Zelenkov showed his latest sculpts on one of the Russian modeling forums. Apparently these modern tankers figures will be produced by Stalingrad.
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Andrew Folz has sent Armorama news on some Afghan figures that should attract a lot of attention with the interest in conflict in that area of the world. This so far covers five figures, but due to Stalingrad Miniatures being listed as the company that may well grow.
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Stalingrad released new figures in 1/35 scale, all depicting civilians from WWII period.
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And now for something completely different... Stalingrad has some hot 1/35 scale news to share.
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Stalingrad is the company which tends to design their miniatures to show different aspects of war, emotive scenes, everyday life, etc. The latest release in 1/35 scale from the company depicts a meal in the Eastern Front winter.
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Stalingrad released a set of new figures in 1/35 scale depicting an aftermath of a WW2 battle. The company also ventures into modeling tools, with the first releases being modeling brushes.
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Stalingrad released several new figure sets in 1/35 scale depicting WW2 refugees. These figures were already featured on Armorama back when they were still in progress, but now we have the complete info on these masterpieces.
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Alexander Zelenkov, the creative force behind Stalingrad, announced his new 1/35 scale releases... figures depicting German tank crew from the Great War.
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Stalingrad is a company producing one of the best 1/35 scale resin figures today... Alex Zelenkov, the creative force behind the company, decided to downsize some of his masterpieces to 1/48 scale.
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Stalingrad released a new batch of 1/35 scale figures depicting Russian soldiers from Kursk. Check out the full story to see miniature masterpieces sculpted by Alex Zelenkov.
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Stalingrad released a new batch of 1/35 figures depicting German AFV crewmen during an afternoon snack.
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Alexander Zelenkov from Stalingrad shares with us the work in progress on the new 1/35 scale figures planned as future releases from the company... these are all extremely evocative pieces showing WW2 refugees.
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Stalingrad continues to produce very interesting figures in 1/35 scale. Oriented toward the WW2, here is the big set of figures depicting Soviet troops during the siege of Stalingrad.
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Stalingrad is well known for their wonderful figures in 1/35 scale. So far the company was making WWII era miniatures, but with the growing WWI market the decision was made to produce figures from the Great War as well. Here are the first offerings in this theme from Stalingrad.
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Stalingrad released a new figure set consisting of 5 figures in 1/35 scale depicting Panzer crew reparing the tank.
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Stalingrad announced new figures in 1/35 scale. These figures could really give Eastern Front dioramas a unique human touch.
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Stalingrad continues to release super realistic WW2 figures in 1/35 scale.
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Stalingrad just released a new batch of figures, all depicting Russian Soldiers of WW2.
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Stalingrad released a new batch of 1/35 scale figures in their "Russian Infantry in Action, Berlin 1945".
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Something completely different has been announced by Stalingrad, and this ride you might not want to miss.