Nutsplanet

A relatively new South Korean company which launched its first products in October 2013. The NutsPlanet team is specialized in designing/sculpting historic and military resin figures in SD scale. They are also proud of producing high and unique quality of figures that fit for SD scale models. NutsPlanet have now expanded their range to include 1:10 scale fantasy and historical busts as well as 75mm and 90mm resin figures.

Contact us via nutsplanet@gmail.com
#104, Myeongseong Apt office, Deokgye-dong,Yangju-si, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea

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First set: 1 January 1970
Last update: 1 January 1970
Next update: ~ we dont know, really.

Games / Product Lines of Nutsplanet


Busts

Sets: 391
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Progress: 84%
In 42 Companies

Miniatures

It's a technical game / collection to use in any companies for miniatures category.

Sets: 7458
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Progress: 83%
In 163 Companies

Unsorted

It's technical collection.

Sets: 5170
reviews ?
Progress: 89%
In 49 Companies

Persons worked with Nutsplanet ( we know - 7 persons )



Most Viewed Miniatures of Nutsplanet

US 101 Airborne
US 101 Airborne. Set
The Devil Human Eye Collector
The Devil Human Eye Collector. Set
The Aquila, Roman Legionary
The Aquila, Roman Legionary. Set
Teutonic Knight
Teutonic Knight. Set
Call Sign Goshawk
Call Sign Goshawk. Set
SALADIN
SALADIN. Set
Sapper Foot Grenadier of the Guard
Sapper Foot Grenadier of the Guard. Set
Claus Von Stauffenberg
Claus Von Stauffenberg. Set
Turkish Foot Soldier in the Ottoman Army
Turkish Foot Soldier in the Ottoman Army. Set
Shieldmaiden, the Viking Age
Shieldmaiden, the Viking Age. Set
Saladin
Saladin. Set
German DAK
German DAK. Set


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