The latest release from Monroe Perdu is an extremely versatile kit "The Sunken Road". This kit builds into a vignette to depict almost anywhere in the world you can think of. A rutted lane in Normandy, a washed out trek in North Africa, a wagon path in Italy, or a carved trail in the jungle of Vietnam are all possibilities with this kit.
Monroe Perdu finally has limited quantities of it's latest and largest kit, MPD-031 Northern Italian Church. If you were able to attend the recent SCAHMS show, you saw the painted test shot and the first few kits for sale. The kit is imposing, measuring 13" tall and 13" square on the base.
For those unaware of their existence, Monroe Perdu Studios produce an extraordinary range of Diorama sets in 1:35th/1:32nd scale...
The company has announced a series of new sets, each more original than the last...
Monroe Perdu Studios, a company that is know for its creative products, decided to release a new architectural kit.
Just before the end of the year, Monroe Perdu offers a versatile set of three cobblestone bases for figures and small vehicles. Included are four full color photos of actual cobblestone streets from different countries, to illustrate the variety of ways to finish the pieces.
The latest kit from Monroe Perdu is a unique vignette depicting the booksellers stalls along the Seine river in Paris. The book vendors have been in place along the quays for centuries, so this kit will be the perfect backdrop for figures of practically all eras and armies. It builds into a versatile setting for military and civilian figures as either occupier or tourist.