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Posted by xj9000, on 2006-05-18 22:48:11

props

One day I was on the internet looking at the knoxs korner villan (a movie) log. There was one site where they sell highly detailed models for almost every action scene. what i mean is they sell things like barrels, guns, clothing and pretty much everything like that. i suggest using the 1:16 scale models. enjoy! LINK:http://shopping.netsuite.com/s.nl/c.483571/sc.1/.f mad chicken productions (C)

Posted by Nick H, on 2006-05-19 01:33:17

I nearly ignored this, because 1:16 is too small a scale - but I see its 1:6 scale! I know that Opstoys site. Yes, it's pretty good for 1:6 military stuff, and some medieval bits. Here's the link again with a space before it so it should work: LINK: http://shopping.netsuite.com/s.nl/c.483571/sc.1/.f

Posted by xj9000, on 2006-05-19 20:23:30

woops. i wrote 1:16 when i meant 1:6. thanks for the correction.s mad chicken productions (C)

Posted by Toggo, on 2006-05-20 08:56:02

There is a link to a site also there to dowload alot of cools set pieces. They sell the stuff and also link to where yuou can get them yourself. The site is : www.printmini.com You can find all kinds of neat stuff from pizza boxes to laptops to money. all you do is download it, cut it out and glue it up. Great source in my opinion! :)

Posted by xj9000, on 2006-05-20 09:34:02

thanks! mad chicken productions (C)

Posted by Antimax, on 2006-05-22 03:23:41

Don't forget this site http://www.miniatures.com/ The link is not working for me right now, but I've been there before and they have lots of great stuff (which you could probably make yourself for cheaper), nice little pieces of all sorts though.

Posted by Stop Mo Geek, on 2006-06-03 09:29:53

Wow nice props but it is cheaper to make them for yourself stop Mo Geek