I'm amazed at how much Armor modeling stuff gets produced - 1600 parts/kit, which sells for $20. Seems amazing that it's profitable, especially given the quality of modern modeling compared to military kits in the 70s and earlier. But obviously they have a much larger pool of purchasers (huge, for the hobby). It's amazing to see some parts of this hobby are still thriving, producing a dozen new kits monthly and addons, etc.
Post by prescenes2 on Aug 23, 2013 15:10:41 GMT -5
To put the thread back on track. I was told that Andy and Dennis are still thinking of moving ahead with the PS. Right now, Dencomm has their hands full with the producing the AP and D (Animal Pit and Dungeon)
I saw this announcement the day before I left for WF.
Honestly, I still don't know what to think about it.
While I really like the idea of new kits in styrene. I am reserving judgment until I see some actual sculpts and see what they look like. And I will contain my excitement until there are some firm release dates.
Sorry to be so cynical, but I have gotten my hopes up for stuff before and never seen them come to fruition. So I will save my enthusiasm for when things are a bit more clear. Not that I have anything against Dencomm's intentions. Just I have been-there-done-that too many times.
Well, it's been over 4 years so I guess it is safe to assume it is a wash out. Dencomm has made no attempt at all to give any updates.
Post by prescenes2 on Jan 13, 2016 14:53:11 GMT -5
From what Trevor announced in another thread is that Dencomm is doing a PS book. A follow up to the MS book they put out a short while ago. This tells me that they are gearin' up to get the PS started shortly. Even though the Animal Pit and Dungeon aren't really exciting by themselves, it's the thought that they were part of the MS series and it's one more piece of Aurora history that has made it to completion in our day and age! Thanks to a small number of Aurora enthusiasts!!!
From what Trevor announced in another thread is that Dencomm is doing a PS book. A follow up to the MS book they put out a short while ago. This tells me that they are gearin' up to get the PS started shortly.