MiniArt is adding to the list of soft skin vehicles available on the market today. The modeller has gone from having a very limited choice of soft skins to a host of injection moulded kits of late and this looks to be another great addition.
MiniArt has started work on a full building in 1/35th scale that could be useful for a number of time periods and places on the globe.
New from MiniArt, the trucks keep coming. Another version of GAZ truck to add to your collection.
MiniArt it seems is looking at the braille scale model makers and is working on a 1/72nd scale building to go with all the new braille scale kits that are hitting the market. Take a look inside for more details
MiniArt has released five new products onto the market that should create some interest.
MiniArt has added a new building frontage to its range which appears to have a good sized display area on the base.
MiniArt has released a new figure set onto the market and it is a set I know some will be happy to see.
MiniArt released a five figure kit that can be used for Soviet vehicles in trouble during World War II.
MiniArt has released two new products onto the market with one being a set of tank crew figures and the other being a special edition SPG.
MiniArt has now released four new products onto the market that have been covered as works in progress on Armorama earlier this year. Take a look inside for details.
MiniArt has a set in the works depicting an Hungarian Tank Crew at rest. Take a look inside for details.
Back in January we ran a news story on MiniArt working on a Ya-12 SOVIET ARTILLERY TRACTOR in 1/35th scale. Inside you will find an image heavy update on this vehicle.
MiniArt has continued to increase their range of GAZ Trucks and this time it’s a mid World War Two version of t6he GAZ AAA. Take a look inside for details.
MiniArt has released a new product into their impressive range of buildings which this time is a French Norman street. Take a look inside for details.
MiniArt announced their new release.
More pain for your credit cards with the latest announcement from MiniArt Ltd. that five of their pending projects have now hit the shelves.
MiniArt has announced a new diorama base and I have to say that this one really appeals to me as a display option for your finished models. Take a look inside for details of what I feel will be a popular release.
MiniArt have just informed us of yet another W.i.P. This time, another Soviet Gaz Truck in 1/35th Scale.
MiniArt have just notified us of their latest, 1/35th Scale W.i.P. - once again, for the Diorama fraternity.
MiniArt Ltd have just updated us on one of their most interesting 'In-Progress' sets: their 1/35th Scale Japanese Tank Crew.
MiniArt is at it again, bringing us something outside the norm. A host of new characters to add to your dioramas, vignette, or to be the star of their own diorama.
MiniArt keeps securing its position as one of the power houses when it comes to the figures that either stand alone or man our latest armoured fighting vehicles. MiniArt has announced a new figure set in the works and it is some bare chested Germans which a number of people have requested at various times. Take a look inside for details.
MiniArt has a new heavy towing vehicle in the works a Ya-12 Soviet Artillery Tractor. So far only CAD images are available but those images show a promising model in the works. Look inside for details.
MiniArt has a new 1/35th scale figure set in the works covering a very well known Operation from World War Two. Take a look inside for more details.
MiniArt is continuing to expand its range of World War Two cars in 1/35th scale. So far MiniArt has released images of some of the finished components and CAD images of the intended look of the finished car in two possible display options. Take a look inside for the images of this upcoming release.
MiniArt has released four new items onto the market , these consist of two soft skin vehicles and two diorama products. Take a look inside for more details.
MiniArt has sent us news of the release of COBBLESTONE PAVEMENT (36046) set which should help those of you who like to use dioramas to display your builds. Take a look inside for more details.
MiniArt is releasing a new figure set onto the market and this one is sold not only with the relevant artillery gun but is also supplied with the ammunition. Take a look inside for more details.
MiniArt have updated us on a work in progress. This time it is a product that Jim Rae supplied Artwork for back in June this year and the product is (35135) CLOSE COMBAT. U.S. TANK CREW.
Back at the end of October Jim Rae announced a GAZ MM Mod 1941 in the works by MiniArt. Now MiniArt have kindly updated us on this project and now fresh from MiniArt we have pictures of the finished model GAZ MM Mod 1941 and the sprues included with the model.
Following on from the earlier news announcement by Jim Rae on the new MiniArt GAZ-AAA CARGO TRUCK, we now bring you images of the parts for this model and images of the model at various stages of construction. Take a look inside at a model that I am sure will be well received.
In our continuing 'supplementary' News Reports, here's the latest Releases (i.e. available NOW) from MiniArt Ltd. in 1/35th Scale.
Although MiniArt have produced a large range of 1/35th buildings and various diorama bases, they have also released a number of very useful accesory sets for buildings as well. Here's their latest.
Here are the first images of MiniArt Ltd's second Soviet Truck, the GAZ-AAA. We've already had a preview of the GAZ-MM, now, the larger vehicle.
MiniArt Ltd have never been shy about producing unusual subjects, nor by the same token, to produce models of widely-seen and used subjects, the kind of subjects that other manufacturers have no enthusiasm for doing. Here then, are the first images of the GAZ-MM Mod.1941 - which will be the first (of two) Gaz trucks in 1/35th Scale.
We've just been sent images which update a previous report we ran on MiniArt's MB Typ 170V in 1/35th Scale.
MiniArt have just announced four New 1/35th Scale Releases. All of them have been previously covered here. Now though they've gone from development to the stores and just waiting to be introduced to your credit cards.
Now, there has been a need for a number of years for a good, accurate model of the Soviet Workhorse - the GAZ AAA in 1/35th Scale. Now, MiniArt Ltd. have announced that, plus the GAZ MM.
The latest (well, the third this week!) announcement from MiniArt Ltd. is another of their Diorama bases which include a Vac-Form terrrain base, a Vac-Form Building and a set of Injection-Moulded accesories.
MiniArt Ltd. have just mailed us with News of two new, 1/35th Scale reelases aimed clearly at the Diorama builder.
Following the wave of Japanese armor subjects from Fine-Molds and a more tentative approach from Dragon, a newly-tooled Styrene set of Japanese AFV Crew in 1/35th was sorely needed. Here's MiniArt's response.
Back in March this year, we published the Box-Art of another U.S. AFV Crew in 1/35th scale. Now, MiniArt have mailed us with an update of the progress of the set.
MiniArt Ltd have just mailed us with the news that three of their recently announced products are NOW available
MiniArt Ltd have just sent us an Update or what is arguably one of their most-awaited sets for Allied modelers - a set of Late-War British AFV Crewmen in cold weather gear.
MiniArt Ltd have just sent us notification of their latest 1/35th Scale W.i.P.
We've seen a number of announcements concerning Allied AFV Crews in the last year or two. This one though, from MiniArt Ltd., is certainly unusual
Over the years, MiniArt Ltd have released a number of 1/35th scale buildings. Now, the company have sent us News of their latest (In-Progress) kit.
MiniArt Ltd. have just sent us News of another W.i.P.. This time, making a change from all those Allied releases,is a German Tank Crew in 1/35th scale.
MiniArt Ltd have just announced that they are working on their latest version of the Valentine in 1/35th Scale. This time, on a Canadian theme.
Once again, another Update on a story which we ran a while ago. More than slightly significant due to the nature of the subject - More British Infantry in 1/35th scale.