Fext Hobby have been placing out modular diorama techniques for a bit, using brick based mostly building and printed graphics. We’ve taken a take a look at a pair earlier than, most being bigger sets that work as hangars. Today we’re taking a look at a smaller one, the Fext System x Laumanman Street Diorama Sets A and B. These function a two tier ground with a sidewalk and avenue fashion print, a 4 panel wall, and a transparent plastic piece with printed guard rail on high. They may also mix with different subway themed sets and sit on high, so you possibly can have the underground and avenue stage in a single setup.
We’ve run the sets to point out what they’ll do, learn on to take a look at our pics and a few extra ideas courtesy of FEXT Hobby!
Solid items. Functionally work, snap tight. Little bowing as soon as all collectively, however not something that makes it unusable. Print is sharp, colourful on all items. It’s not a sticker, however utilized on to plastic. Hand rail piece is properly finished, provides you one thing totally different with out requiring a loopy new mildew. I personally dug the usual concrete wall, works in additional conditions than the artwork based mostly one. Only draw back is that the sets run small for 1:12, partitions are proper close to head stage on the smaller 1:12 figures like SHF or Mafex. Legends and many others can be tremendous tight for a single story setup, if going for literal realism that’s. Multi ground hangars with generic prints that conceal the height of every stage work significantly better within the FEXT system.
Check out our photographs under, and head on over to FEXT Hobby to take a look at their different sets!