- 25/07/2021 at 11:49 #159433
A new range of Russian WW1 infantry has been released on Wargaming3D (see here). Well, the STL files needed to print the infantry to be more exact. These photos show the Russian officer from different angles. The figure is 28mm, printed on a resin printer with 25 micron layers. There are no discernible steps or layers:
Robert01/08/2021 at 06:57 #159826
Here is the Russian soldier wearing an Adrian helmet. France sent a limited number of these helmets to Russia, plus the Russian expeditionary unit sent to France was issued with them as well. The bayonet is warped because I removed the supports before curing.
Robert03/08/2021 at 21:20 #159940
Another 3D printed 28mm WW1 Russian soldier:
Robert04/08/2021 at 08:17 #159948General SladeParticipant
They are very nice figures and you have done a very impressive paint job. And it’s nice to see some 28mm figures that aren’t suffering from big hands syndrome.05/08/2021 at 06:37 #160004
Thank you. The sculpts are very good. In general, Russian WW1 figures are less common than the British, French and German counterparts. This set of figures also has a wide range of poses, in addition to the details such as the hands.
Robert18/08/2021 at 13:31 #160650
Here is the whole squad:
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