Thursday, March 25, 2004 - 05:17 AM UTC
Monroe Perdu Studios, a company that is know for its creative products, decided to release a new architectural kit.
Next to their previous released kits, like for example the "Southern France Street (top picture), the "Bookseller Stalls" (second picture), and more, they now added a beautiful small scene titled "NEW PAINT" to their growing list of high quality products.

The scene depicts, as you can see on the bottom picture, a building next to a street with a small sidewalk in between. This high quality resin kit comes with a complete set of laser cut items as shown on the picture. What you see is what you get !

For those who are not familiar with the term "laser cut", it is best compared with Photo Etch articles made out of other materials, like for example fine quality cardboard. Laser cut products are, like photo etch articles, very highly detailed and are very delicate to use, but they offer the highest quality in detail.

A couple of things in this kit, that are laser cut, are the stairs, the toolboxes and the window, but also the brush and the rooftiles.

The kit can be used to imitate the scene on the box art, but it also invites the modeler to use his own creativity in order to make his own scene. Just imagine a German Patrol talking to a couple of French guys that had a bit too much wine...

With the addition of this kit, Monroe Perdu added another fine kit to their range of products. The kit wil be available soon.

A complete review on this new kit will be published here on Armorama soon. It will be a review where we will lift the cover of the box and where we will have a sneak peak at the contents. In this review I'll tell you all about this new item that filled me with enthousiasm.
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