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WWII German
Fighter Pilot

Werner Molders


available in both
1/48 & 1/32 scales



S u m m a r y
Item Number, Description, Scale & Price: 48196 - 1/48 scale WWII German Fighter Pilot - Werner Molders CDN$17.95
54007 - 1/32 scale WWII German Fighter Pilot - Werner Molders CDN$9.95
both available online from Ultracast's Website
Contents and Media: Cream coloured resin
Review Type: FirstLook
Advantages: Still a relatively rare and very welcome accessory for 1/32 scale Luftwaffe aircraft modellers; beautiful sculpting and attention to detail; good facial features, convincing uniform details.
Recommendation: Highly Recommended


Reviewed by Brett Green

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F i r s t L o o k


Ultracast continues its series of excellent pilot figures with a double release - Luftwaffe Ace Werner Molders in both 1/48 and 1/32 scales.

Molders is depicted in early-war flight gear, most likely around the time of the Battle of Britain. He wears a side cap, jodhpurs, high boots and a yellow life vest over his leather flying jacket. With his hands in his pockets, the resin figure strikes a casual and convincing pose.

The face does bear a commendable likeness to Molders, especially the 1/32 scale offering.

Both scales share essentially the same pose. The 1/32 scale figure is pictured at the top of the page, while the unpainted resin figure to the right is in 1/48 scale.

Casting of my samples is perfect. The 1/48 scale figure is one piece, while the 1/32 scale Molders features a separate head.

Whether you are a 1/48 scale or 1/32 scale Luftwaffe modeller, these figures will come in very handy as accessories for a vignette or a diorama.

Highly Recommended

The 1/32 scale figure at the top of the page was painted by Kevin from Ultracast

Thanks to Ultracast for the review sample.

Ultracast figures and accessories are available online from their website

Review Copyright 2008 by Brett Green
This Page Created on 29 April, 2008
Last updated 30 April, 2008

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