ABOUT US


MiniArt was established in 2001 and the first kit was released in 2003.

Trough all this years we have expanded our assortment with six series. All our models can be found all over the world.

At MiniArt, our goal is to create models that will feed your hunger for original concepts. At the same time, we strive to be at the forefront of molding technology. The results are kits that showcase world class quality and uncompromising creativity. Join us at MiniArt, where innovation is always at work.

At MiniArt we take great pride in our choice of kits. You won’t find warmed-over remakes or run-of-the-mill models. We take pains to select subject matter that has either never been done in a plastic kit, or has never been done to our high standards for quality and accuracy. Our selective choices generate new opportunities for modelers to enrich their imagination.

1:35 WWII Military Miniatures

Quality beyond the ordinary

In creating tanks, armored vehicles and artillery, we cut no corners. No facet is too small for special attention. Photo etched parts are used liberally to highlight details rarely exposed in other kits. Accessories like ammo boxes, artillery shells, oil drums, even small pails, are perfect.

Only life’s figures are more convincing

And while selection is crucial to your enjoyment, quality is also an integral part of every MiniArt kit. We’ve raised the art of figure-making to a new level. We begin with sketches that craft a framework for poses and positions. Then, as part of the molding process, our figures are sculptured by an artisan adept at capturing each facial crease and nuanced detail. These figures are so real you can almost feel their emotion. Marching, resting, working and battle poses are natural and in synch with anatomical accuracy. Only reality’s figures are more believabl

1:35 Miniatures

New ways

We are glad to introduce a new line in our range – MINIATURES, which presents civilian subjects. The series will be filled up with models from different years and contains various sets of trucks, cars, trams, figures etc.
Without any doubts we are keeping high level of our models using up-to-date moulding technology.
Unique nonmilitary subjects of our the series give new ways for modelers to enrich their imagination.

1:35 Buildings & Accessories

Advanced techniques deliver detail and convenience

In this original series, the art of injection molding and the latest vacuum forming techniques merge to add a new dimension to your hobby. Vacuum formed roofs and walls, mesh with highly detailed injection molded windows, doors, stairs, gates and other architectural components to create exacting replicas. In contrast to ceramic and resin, plastic is more affordable, lightweight, and stronger.

1:35 Dioramas

A new dimension in military modeling… diorama kits

Never before available in plastic, our Diorama Series breaks new ground in modeling innovation. Each kit contains buildings, accessories and matching, textured bases to form a complete diorama. The creative flourishes are everywhere, like advertising on a street kiosk, period lampposts, directing signs and more.
The realism is exceptional. To complete the dioramas, some kits contain military figures in varied poses, including marching, resting and fighting. Their weapons, armored vehicles and accessories are included.

1:72 Historical Miniatures

New choices

Modelers, gamers and hobbyists have never had the opportunity to work with these choices of subject matter in these chosen timeframes. MiniArt has created, in plastic, a series of historically accurate stone fortress, castle, soldiers, weapons and accessories from the 4th through the 15th century and beyond.
Ruined city buildings and a pristine East European village home and barn are so faithful to the original that they may bring previously unavailable accuracy to your dioramas.

1:16 Historical Figure

The first of their kind in plastic

Once again, proving their penchant for innovative selection, MiniArt introduces 1:16 scale historical figures… a collection never before available in plastic. The series covers periods from classical antiquity through medieval times, and up through the 20th century. Warriors from these tumultuous eras include foot soldiers from the Middle Ages, Praetorian Guardsmen from the 2nd century, Athenian and Spartan Hoplites (heavily armed infantry soldiers) from the 5th century B.C., 15th century knights in armor, and Napoleonic grenadiers as well as early 20th century Russian Cuirassiers, and more.
Historically perfect, each figure has been meticulously researched as to armor, weapons, shields and dress of the times. From the facial expressions through the multitude of varied poses, each figure is anatomically correct. The directions will lead you through the finishing touch of painting, which will bring these warriors to life.