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Now being released is the new JSM 1/10 Bust – Prussian Motor Transport Corps Driver, 1915. Below are a selection of 3D design pictures showing the bust with alternative heads / headdress and an optional Shoulder Rat. An odd but … Continue reading
Another 4 new heads have now been added to the 1/35th & 1/32nd JSM range. The German head with M16 Helmet back-to-front I have actually seen on a WW1 photo.
Chris Schmieg from Magdeburg, Germany has started a small conversion on a 120mm Jeff Shui WW1 figure. He has replaced the flame thrower with a kind of blanket roll / back-pack. Just a few JSM parts. The Rifle Gew. 98, … Continue reading
Quite an eye-catching diorama from German modeller Mirko Brechmann. The Stalker figure is from the Italian firm Alternity Miniatures and depicts an operating theatre in an abandoned hospital. The decaying, neglected scene with rusting equipment and graffiti is very real … Continue reading
Josua Lai from Switzerland has created yet another wonderful scene with the Scary Encounter Bust from FeR Miniatures and utilizing the JSM Trench Rat No. 4. Again the pictures speak for themselves.
The new JSM French Chauchat Mle. 1915 MG Weapons Set has now been released. This includes the well-known Musette magazine bags and other equipment items associated with this MG. Many of these articles are also available as individual spares in … Continue reading
A series of 22 new JSM WW1 heads in scale 1:35th have now been released. There has been in the past months much response to the new 1:32nd versions, but also queries as to if and when JSM will start … Continue reading
Josua Lai from Switzerland has yet again produce another wonderful mini-diorama with one of the JSM 1:16th scale resin frogs. The water effect speaks for itself.
The latest batch of JSM individual 54mm heads are now being released. As many people will recognize, they are all combinations of the existing 3D designs which were released during 2017/18 as busts and figures. They comprise German & French … Continue reading