Friday, 21 March 2008

Alpine Miniatures - LSSAH, Kampfgruppe Meyer, Kharkov 1943 (Boxart painter's exclusive)

Hot off the press! Here's a sneak preview of Alpine Miniature's forthcoming release.

KG Meyer Poster 02
KG Meyer Poster 01

LSSAH ,Kampfgruppe Meyer, Kharkov 1943

LSSAH ,Kampfgruppe Meyer, Kharkov 1943

LSSAH ,Kampfgruppe Meyer, Kharkov 1943

Here's wishing everyone a Happy Easter weekend.

Calvin



6 comments:

Anonymous said...

dear calvin.happy easter to you indeed!,thanks for always sharing your tips from inquisitive modellers worldwide and inspiring us all.When you use your hetgun for baking the kato clay does it not melt the resin armature beneath?,Is the heatgun what one ould use for household paint stripping?.Kind regards to you always. richard in uk.

Anonymous said...

Is there an alternative Kurt Meyer head, too?

Btw. I'm thinking about buying his book, it sounds quite interesting

Richard Knorrek said...

Hi Calvin!
Happy Easter to you, too! And excellent work, as always!
I'd like to know how long you bake your Super Sculpey Firm or Kato Clay. and to what temperature you set your heatgun.
Greetings and happy Easter holidays!
Richard K.

Anonymous said...

As allways Calvin very inspiring and you do absolute justice to Taesung work this set is a must have .

Anonymous said...

Hello Calvin, as allways they are a wonderful figures and as allways, I want them!
Regards
Luis Valda
La Paz, Bolivia

CALVIN TAN said...

Hi Richard,

Q: When you use your hetgun for baking the kato clay does it not melt the resin armature beneath?
A: No. The epoxy putty armature has a high heat resistance so melting is not a problem.

Q: Is the heatgun what one ould use for household paint stripping?
A: Yes

Is there an alternative Kurt Meyer head, too?
A: Yes

Q: How long do you bake your Super Sculpey Firm or Kato Clay. and to what temperature you set your heatgun.

A: No to sure how to answer that question as the room temperature might be different from where you are located. My best answer is to take a small piece of clay and conduct your own test or simpily read the instructions on the box lable.