Most people who build diorama's will use plastic injection moulded figures from manufacturers such as Dragon, Masterbox and Tristar. Whichever figures they use, most modeller's will want to replace the heads with those from the Aftermarket resin manufacturers, and there are plenty to choose from, as indicated by this new set from Warriors being German Head set number 66.
You get six heads in a small transparent plastic bag with a cardboard header. The heads are in the normal cream coloured, brittle VLS resin. All are attached to their pouring blocks at the top of their helmets, which is far from ideal and leaves a marked surface at the top of the helmet which then has to be sanded down. It would be far better to have the blocks at the base of the neck which will fit inside the figures tunic, and which will probably have to be trimmed to achieve a good fit anyway.
The detail on each of the faces is somewhat soft, although the ear definition is good on all of the heads and there is a good undercut to each of the helmets. The helmets however, are like no other I've seen. They resemble first World War helmets with regard to their shape, and looking through the books I have I couldn't really find a match.
None of the faces show any character, and instead are just plain, expressionless faces.
Given that I didn't find the faces inspiring, the poring blocks are in the wrong place, and the shape of the helmets is wrong, I can't even recommend this set with reservations.
A set of cheap, resin replacement heads from Warriors out of the VLS stable. Six heads, with blank expressions and strange helmets.