From the shed: A selection of kits from Anyscale Models

Anyscale Models are a relatively new resin manufacturer who make kits in either 1/72nd or one 1:56, whilst a lot of the range is geared towards railway modellers there is plenty aim at the wargamer. I put in a small order a bit back and have just got round to finishing them all off.

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This pair of FIAT armoured lorries were made by the Italians and then taken into service by the Germans after the 1943 armastice. They are ideal for partisan games in the north of Italy during the last few years of the war. I painted them in acrylics and gave them a heavy weathering with a sponge.

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A simple field kitchen, ostensibly British and WW2 will do duty everywhere for  those raid on a base camp style scenarios.

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This pipe is meant to be scaled for 1:56/ 28mm wargaming but it is generic enough to be used for either I think. Again painted with a sponge.

I highly recommend looking at Anyscale, a decent range and it is all very competitively priced. I will be certainly ordering from them again soon.

Cheers,

 

Pete.

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6 comments on “From the shed: A selection of kits from Anyscale Models

  1. Marvin says:

    I’ve been name-checking them on my blog posts too – they’re mostly 20th century stuff but I’ve been repeatedly ordering from them lately for my Ottoman artillery gabions! You’re right, really nice stuff that’s reasonably priced too.

  2. Nice paint job on the trucks! I have one to make for use by anti-partisan forces in Yugoslavia, but I have no idea when I’ll get round to doing it (but I might well copy your paint scheme). Anyscale barges are a good buy if you need to fill up any river or waterway spaces!

    • Pete S/ SP says:

      Thanks. Please copy away. I pulled them from a book I’ve got on the subject.

      Some more watercraft would be useful. I’ll add them to my next order.

      Cheers,

      Pete.

  3. Some nice, well painted stuff there. I will have to give them a look and see if there is anything for me there.

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