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Tiran 4 (1:35)
MiniArt is working on a Tiran 4 IDF Tank, which will come with interior
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After the milk and wine bottles, now it is time for the beer. MiniArt is working on a set of beer bottles and their crates.
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Kit in Process at MiniArt is an alternative kit for those who do not fancy building detailed interiors.
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MiniArt continues to release running gear variants of the T-34, and next in line is a set for the 1943-44 series.
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MiniArt has informed us that another Soviet SU-85 is on the way, this time as a beutepanzer, and it comes with a crew as well.
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To be released by MiniArt is a set that builds a choice of lamp posts and power poles for your railroad diorama.
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Next to be released by MiniArt is the serial production version of this well-known Soviet MBT.
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Kit in process at MiniArt is a set that provides items to dress up an outdoor café scenario.
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MiniArt is working on another version of the Typ 170V and has just announced the civil 4-door model.
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Current kit-in-process at MiniArt is a set of T-34 wheels, 1942-43 series. Kit 35239 contains 40 plastic parts to build a complete wheels set.
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“Everything you need for an accurate model in one box” boasts MiniArt of its latest kit-in-progress. Here we take a look at sprue images and other details that they have shared.
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MiniArt’s new figures set depict a group of soldiers huddled over a small fire in what seems to be a very cold winter day at the Eastern Front.
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MiniArt’s new kit-in-process brings us a length of Russian gauge railroad track.
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Hot off the heels of its previous T-54 announcement, MiniArt follows up with the T-54-2 variant. Here we see sprue shots, CAD renditions, and other details of the kit-in-process.
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Released several years back, MiniArt once more has placed some select figure sets back in its list of available kits.
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Whilst not a new release, this surely would be welcome news for those who may have missed out on this MiniArt kit.
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MiniArt announces its latest wheels set -- yes, just the wheels for your T-34 1942 series tank.
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Work-in-progress at MiniArt are street lamps and clocks to complete your period diorama scene.
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MiniArt shares photos of what's inside the box.
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Announcing MiniArt's new kit-in-progress -- wine bottles and wooden crates.
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Miniart announces a new, full running gear for a late production T-34/85.
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Currently in the works at MiniArt is a set to dress up a World War II-themed office scenario.
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MiniArt has shared images of it new kit in progress.
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The new accessories set from MiniArt continues the line of drinks and its crates, now with milk.
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MiniArt has shared its Kit in Process of a Special Edition release.
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MiniArt is working on a set of workable tracks that will be valid for early models of Panzer III and Panzer IV tanks.
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In a logical move after releasing the SU-85 and SU-122 with full interior, MiniArt announces that the engine and transmission will be available as an independent kit.
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The latest model in progress from MiniArt honours its name, being really mini art. A set of 82 pieces of household crockery and glass set.
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One by one, Miniart is establishing a line of railway elements that can add a lot of detail to a railway scene, either with or without a locomotive.
The latest addition is a semaphore.
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MiniArt has a new T-54-1 kit with full interior on the way. Here is a video showing some of the new kits details and features.
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All the latest announcements from Miniart are now ready and available to order.
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MiniArt comes with a curious set of Champagne and cognac bottles at 1/35 and their crates.
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Miniart is working on a new box including their European Tram, several figures and even the base.
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Miniart continues releasing accessories for scenes, and now is working on concrete telegraph poles.
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The new set of figures from MiniArt represents five US soldiers from WWII resting in relaxed positions.
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After the recent announcement of a railway track section, MiniArt follows up with a new section including a dead end.
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MiniArt is working on a set of Railway track of European Gauge.
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MiniArt announces that is preparing a new SU-85, specifically the 1943 Early model. And it will come with its crew.
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MiniArt presents a new version of the German Personenwagen 170V, with lots of painting options.
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MiniArt is working on a set of workable tracks for the T-34. They will be suitable for the T-34, SU-122 and SU-85
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A new set of figures has been announced by MiniArt, with five sitting civilians that can make a nice diorama with their tram.
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MiniArt it would seem has been asked a lot of questions about their Su 122 with interior. The basis of the question is can we expect a kit minus the interior; MiniArt answer the question.
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SU-85 SPG (1:35)
MiniArt has some great news for the Soviet armour fan about their SU-85 SPG with interior. This offering will be available from MiniArt in July this year.
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The last two releases from MiniArt, SU-122 with interior and German Tank crew at rest figures, are already available.
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Miniart is to release a new SU-122 (initial production) with a complete interior. A beautiful kit which is full of details.
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MiniArt has released the news that their offering of the T-54 B is on the roll. This may be a new step by MiniArt as it has 1030 plastic parts and 138 photo etched parts.
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MiniArt is selling streets! The latest are a cobbled road with bench, and a road with tram lines.
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Tram folk (1:35)
MiniArt has some crew for your tram. And they even have passengers to deal with!
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MiniArt is now selling another version of its WW2 tractor, this time with winch and crew. They also have the T44M up for sale.
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MiniArt has provided another video to catch your eye. This time around MiniArt has provided a new video covering the preparation and use of their building kits.