Sunday, June 10, 2012

1/144 PAK-43 Gun Crew - Kampfgruppe144

Detail before painting

Shown in diorama (PAK 43 Not supplied)

1/144 PAK-43 Gun Crew - Kampfgruppe144
The first in a new range of KG144 figures, modelled according to average Caucasian of height 5' 8" to 5' 10" (1.73m to 1.78m). These figure measures approximately 12mm when standing upright. Highly detailed, highly realistic and in real human proportion. NOT big headed cartoon-ish wargame figures!

Digitally mastered, the soldiers are fabricated with state of the art "3D Printing" technology in ACRYLIC RESIN. The resin material is like regular resin and should be handled as such. Figures are designed for operating Kampfgruppe144 & CGD 88mm Pak 43 anti tank guns in all its versions, such as:

The should also work along side PAK 43s from other manufacturers, if  scaled to true 1/144.

These soldiers can be assembled for use on wargame table by attaching to foot plates (Note: Foot plates NOT provided, although any plastic sheets will do), or can be used 'as is' for dioramas.

Supplied painted as seen (some colour variation may occur)

Released: Now
Available: CGD eHome,  CGD eShop and CGD eBay


Erhntly said...

Very nice mini!!!

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Anonymous said...

Nice figure set, hope there will be more figure sets in future , like infantry, tankriders...and sets with 50 figures, not just 5! ;) for a nice price maybe unpainted? Im thinking of the good old 1:72 scale...why the 1:144 market dont take this chance?
there is a lot work to do producers!!!

Anonymous said...

1/72 manufacturers go for mass produce injection molded production. That brought the price down per set. But the tooling investment was huge. You need to be a millionaire to afford to bring out several sets of figures.

1/144 manufacturers nowadays are mainly small business garage kit manufacturers. Being able to bring out one or two decent figures sets in small quantities is already quite a miracle.

Ant Sized Man said...

Excellant next release!

Been a long waiting for some great new 1/144 to be brought out. Amazed that you could create such great looking figure on a computer, alot of what ive seen done so far are quite blobish.