Introducing Trolgiers........

Introducing Trolgiers........

Joined: October 8th, 2006, 2:22 pm

May 22nd, 2011, 2:44 pm #1

Introducing TROLGIERS, this will be a series of figures in 1/12? scale. The Figures stand approximately 4 inches tall. Their weapons scale out to 1/12. These figures follow the theme introduced by FINE MOLDS in the mid 1990s. Eventually this series will total over two dozen, right now masters are completed for the following figures, all circa WWII: Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot, Japanese Fighter Pilot, US Naval Fighter Pilot, B-17 Gunner, US Paratrooper w/ M1 carbine, British Paratrooper w/ Sten gun, German Paratrooper w/ FG 42, US Tanker w/Grease gun, German Tanker w/early beret, Russian Tanker w/Tokarev, Russian Officer in winter coat, Desert Rat w/Enfield, Afrika Korp Machine Gunner MG34, Afrika Korp Tanker, SS Grenadier in smock w/Gewehr 41, Panzer Grenadier w/Panzerschreck and projectile, German Machine Gunner w/MG42, US Marine w/BAR and U-Boat crewman.

On the work bench: German Military Police, German Dispatch Rider, Russian Pilot, US Navy Salvage Diver, US Pilot ETO.

In development: Sailors from several countries, Desert Rat Tanker, WW I Pilots and soldier series, and possible figures from earlier and post WWII era.

NOW AVAILABLE: Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot
Japanese Fighter Pilot

For more info just e-mail me direct, thanks.







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Ironmike
Ironmike

May 23rd, 2011, 3:40 am #2

Lots of fine detail and work, but I am not into stunted figures. Try developing standard 1/35 or 120mm for better results from buyers. Just my thoughts.
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Joined: August 12th, 2004, 3:14 pm

May 23rd, 2011, 3:01 pm #3

SD being "Super Deformed" which is popular in Japan.
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ironmike
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May 25th, 2011, 5:25 am #4

Hi Dave,
I posted a request on the tank forum regarding the starting device for the old Renault Ft 17 tank. I figured you might know if anyone does. Was it a hand crank or starter device. Need to know for my new novel.
Much obliged if you could email me.
I am planning a trip to the famed and nearby Littlefield Armor Museum this summer.
Mike
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Joined: May 24th, 2011, 7:53 pm

May 28th, 2011, 8:08 am #5

Introducing TROLGIERS, this will be a series of figures in 1/12? scale. The Figures stand approximately 4 inches tall. Their weapons scale out to 1/12. These figures follow the theme introduced by FINE MOLDS in the mid 1990s. Eventually this series will total over two dozen, right now masters are completed for the following figures, all circa WWII: Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot, Japanese Fighter Pilot, US Naval Fighter Pilot, B-17 Gunner, US Paratrooper w/ M1 carbine, British Paratrooper w/ Sten gun, German Paratrooper w/ FG 42, US Tanker w/Grease gun, German Tanker w/early beret, Russian Tanker w/Tokarev, Russian Officer in winter coat, Desert Rat w/Enfield, Afrika Korp Machine Gunner MG34, Afrika Korp Tanker, SS Grenadier in smock w/Gewehr 41, Panzer Grenadier w/Panzerschreck and projectile, German Machine Gunner w/MG42, US Marine w/BAR and U-Boat crewman.

On the work bench: German Military Police, German Dispatch Rider, Russian Pilot, US Navy Salvage Diver, US Pilot ETO.

In development: Sailors from several countries, Desert Rat Tanker, WW I Pilots and soldier series, and possible figures from earlier and post WWII era.

NOW AVAILABLE: Luftwaffe Fighter Pilot
Japanese Fighter Pilot

For more info just e-mail me direct, thanks.






If I knew how to make a figure, I would definitely get one or two.
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Joined: October 8th, 2006, 2:22 pm

May 31st, 2011, 2:13 pm #6

I am not sure how to do figures myself. Painting a face is something I have never done very well.........I guess I'll find out soon enough. Thanks for the comment, they have been fun.
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