We’ve added three new Metal Earth models to our offerings. Here’s what’s available:
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Fascintations comntiues to produce more and more models for their popular Metal Earth line. These are models that come on laser-cut metal sheets that you punch out and assemble to make extremely realistic and detailed models of various cars, buildings, vehicles, etc. We don’t carry the entire line but we have added 4 new models to our offerings. Let’s have a look.
First up is the Star Wars TIE Fighter
Metal Earth models by Fascination have been picking up licenses for their nifty little laser-cut sheet metal models at an astonishing rate. They’ve already procured a Star Wars line of models and may be adding more soon. But now they have added that other famous science fiction franchise: Star Trek
So after showing the Metal Earth 1965 Ford Mustang, the Tiger Moth Biplane and the Stag Beetle on Thursday it is now time for the remaining new Metal Erth Models. The first up is the Metal Earth Drum Set
Metal Earth Models are great little models you build from laser-cut sheets of steel! We’ve been selling them for several years and now have added a few more great entries from the product line. Let’s look at 3 of the new ones. We’ll start with the Ford 1965 Mustang Coupe!
We’ve been waiting to get these for a while. A lot of little delays happened with production and ordering but now we can happily say that we now have METAL EARTH STAR WARS MODELS!
For those of you unfamiliar, Metal Earth is a set of models made from laser-cut sheets of steel. The come in simple envelopes and are used to make things like Sailing Ships, Tanks, Planes, historic buildings, and so on. The models are small (3-4″ typically), but have insane levels of detail. A few of the models were licensed, but they never really added any big lines. Until now:
Metal Earth, previously known as Metal Marvels and Metal Works has introduced a new batch of models, including some of their Gold series which use three sheets to build. The originals were built using just one single 11x11cm sheet. The Silver series increased it to two sheets, and now comes the Gold series.
In any case, if you didn’t know what Metal Earth is, it is models you put together using pieces laser etched into sheets of steel. Assembly usually takes about 30-45 minutes and requires only a set of needle-nose pliers.
First up we will look at the new Gold Series. We added two of these, first is the Sydney Opera House