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NOCH 35985 Unpainted Figures 72 pieces

NOCH 35985 Unpainted Figures 72 pieces

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Noch 35985(N) 未上色的人 (72)

Unpainted Figures 72 pieces


The “Unpainted Figures” are perfect for giving your creativity free rein and designing the figures according to your own ideas. Travellers, passersby and sitting people can be staged in a customised way and thus installed on your own model railway. Every model railway scene can be recreated even more perfectly here.


Until now, custom-painting figures was a tedious affair – the figures, dismantled into many small parts, first had to be individually separated from the sprue and then glued together with a lot of effort.


Thanks to the development of a special injection mould, assembling the figures prior to painting is no longer required, as they are already in one piece on the sprue.


The figures can easily be painted directly on the sprue, so you always have a firm grip on the model while painting. Once the figure has been completely painted and the paint has dried, it’s simply separated from the sprue and stuck in the model landscape.


You can buy the paints from your specialist dealer. Revell® offers a large assortment of paints that you can choose from for painting your figures.




· Reasonably priced bulk packs


· Easy to paint on the sprue


· Figures in one piece – no assembly required




The figures should be painted while still connected to the sprue and only be cut from the sprue afterwards and the positioned in a scenery.

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