This was the
second in a trio of figures with a generic uniform that could passwith
some generous leeway-as U.S., British, or German.
the other two figures, this soldier wears a shirt, it has no breast
pockets as seen in the product photo below (nor is the bar in the
soldier's hand included). So you might want to take some two-part
epoxy and create some pockets yourself.
The figure is
leaning forward and you can adjust the arms a bit to suit your needs.
As sculpted, he is quite broad shouldered and has a skinny waist;
some people might think the proportions are off, but I'll give him
credit for spending his free time exercising his upper body and
heads are provided in soft caps: the OD utility cap for the GI,
a beret for an English soldier, and the soft cap for the German.
And again, the heads are quite large and the packaging labels the
figure as "54mm-1/35 scale." You'll want to look for a
suitable substitute if you're going to use this with 1/35 scale
figures. Even though he is large, it helps that he's leaning over
and could work with figures that are more truly 1/35..
nice to have a set of figures in plain fatigues and no web gear,
but it will take a bit of work to give this guy the accuracy and
sense of scale that is lacking.