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Food Supplies 3
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by: Dave Oliver [ ISHERMAN ]

Introduction

Finding enough items to populate a diorama has always been an issue. Making a scene look 'lived in' is often a difficult task. These new food items from Reality In Scale should help add interest to any suitable WW2 diorama.

Review

Containing many different vegetables, flour sacks a few assorted types of cheese and some food containers. This set provides most of the food stuffs to provide your diorama subjects with a healthy diet. All the pieces are well moulded and varied enough that all the items could be used in one scene. A set of decals covering a number of period brands adds a nice finishing touch. Along with the other food stuff sets available from Reality In Scale this is a well thought out and varied little release that could prove useful for the WW2 modeller.
SUMMARY
Highs: Very little repetition of items. Some nicely chosen decals.
Lows: maybe some of the items by there very nature could only be used in a WW2 setting.
Verdict: A very handy little set that could add interest to any relevant diorama of the period.
  Scale: 1:35
  Mfg. ID: 35209
  Suggested Retail: 11.95
  PUBLISHED: Aug 30, 2014
NETWORK-WIDE AVERAGE RATINGS
  THIS REVIEWER: 90.00%
  MAKER/PUBLISHER: 92.35%

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About Dave Oliver (Isherman)
FROM: ENGLAND - EAST ANGLIA, UNITED KINGDOM

Dave started modelling after receiving a 1/144 Brewster buffalo as a Christmas present at the age of 6. he carried on modelling into his teens until life got in the way, resuming the hobby about 4 years ago. He builds armour, aircraft and sci-fi subjects.

Copyright 2019 text by Dave Oliver [ ISHERMAN ]. All rights reserved.



Comments

I purchased their 'Potato/Vegetable Sacks' set a while ago nice details and no calories.
AUG 30, 2014 - 09:14 AM
If I eat them, I'm not sure that I can able to fight anymore even with full packs of ammo.. I believe that I still have to eat my rifle and bayonet!! Very nice review, thanks Dave!
AUG 31, 2014 - 03:10 AM
   

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