Hello Tom. I would just like to say that you work is FANTASTIC!!!!!. Your attention to detail is just AMAZING especially in that scale.
I am model maker myself and I struggle to get the detail I want working in the bigger scales of "00" and 1/24 it is a real credit to you that you could turn out models like this.
Am very sorry to hear about your sight,even I have to wear glasses now working in these bigger scales.
Could I ask you a question,hope you don't mind. Are there any bigger scale WW1 kits on the market in the scales I work in or would I have to go down to 1/76 or 1/87. There seem to be a number of WW2 kits about that could be converted but I am not too hot on the kit bashing/scratch building scene.Any info you may have on this would be of interest to me. Many thanks.
Thanks for the compliments. I appreciate them.
Verlinden has a few 1/16th scale figures:http://www.verlinden...hp?cPath=16_119
Jon Smith Modelbau has some:http://jsm.tuwhost.e...e_id=21&clang=1
The Imperial Gallery has a couple:http://www.imperialg..._model120b.html
Citadel has a few:http://soga-miniatur...=citadel-models
The best line of 1/24th scale WWI figures was The Fusilier, but it went out of business in 2008.
For large-scale aircraft, the best and most affordable is Wingnut Wings, run by director Peter Jackson (Lord of the Rings,
I don't know of any large-scale armor kits. Your best best is to go on eBay and look for out-pf-production models, because there don't seem to be many manufacturers doing WWI figures and armor these days except in wargaming scales.