Thursday, January 31
Wednesday, January 30
Amusing Hobby - a modelling company that not many people are familiar with but most are curious about – myself included. I was intrigued by their excellent choices of off-beat German armour – and when their Panzer VII Löwe came out I really wanted not only to get it but to build it. So I thought I would share that with you…
Tuesday, January 29
I think it is great the Roy from Barracuda Studios likes the P-47 thunderbolt – as it is my favourite kite – now Roy brings news he has mastered three new sets of wheels for this beast in 1/32nd scale – and in what he says are the finest details ever produced for this aircraft - happy days are here again !
Monday, January 28
Most modellers have their kits pretty much together – there is however a bit of a gap between those in the know and those not when it comes to adding realistic scenery to your soon to be Vignette – Sometimes it is as easy as getting an aftermarket solution to transform your scene.
Enter MIG Productions with their new set "MUD"… ohh and need a decent decal setting solution? read on...
Sunday, January 27
Kagero continue with their latest in their series of revamped books with Photo-sniper no:6 – this book is on the BMW motorbike – with the focus being on the iconic R 75 – often with a sidecar this bike has become something of a must have in the modelling world – can this edition with the 3d graphics enhancements help a modeller? Let’s find out..
Saturday, January 26
Friday, January 25
Thursday, January 24
Thought you had your model tank looking as good as you could get it? enter Rinaldi Studio Press with "TANKART I"
Just when you thought there were enough quality publications about modelling in the marketplace already – something new – a different angle emerges - Rinaldi Studio Press have just released their first publication – the first of a series of dedicated books which deal with a genre of modelling projects each – the first title goes straight for the heart of most modellers – “TANKART I” is all about modelling German armour. Read on to see all that is and all that is coming from RSP…
Tuesday, January 22
Monday, January 21
Sunday, January 20
Friday, January 18
With all of the excitement on the modelling world with two large scale He-219 kits coming out the guys at Kagero had quickly sold out of their first edition Monograph with the “Uhu” as the subject. Well now good news that this book has been turned into more than one book but two.. Read on in our review to see what I mean…
Thursday, January 17
Tuesday, January 15
Monday, January 14
EagleCals 1/32 B-25J Straffer decals reviewed - plus we find the original aircraft to compare them with
Having just released EagleCals new pair of B-25 Mitchell sheets for the cannon and gun nose we thought we would take you through the what is in 1/32nd cannon nose set we received for review we tried to highlight these with pictures of the original aircraft – but let me tell you – this was a hard search!!
Sunday, January 13
Print media is being over-taken by the endless bounty of instant on-line media in not only the modelling world but everywhere – Is this publication "Super Model International" which looks somewhere between a magazine and a small book - a saviour or a symptom of the industry – let’s have a look in our review
Saturday, January 12
Friday, January 11
Squadron/Signal Publications have sent a copy of their latest published “Detailed In Action” series of books showing the huge German tank killer of WWII in various states during it’s short but eventful career – this book covers it all – and we take a detailed look at it and see if the new "detailed" part really needs to be added to the title or not…
Thursday, January 10
We have just received some excellent pictures of the sprues and the built up kit of KittyHawk's latest kit - the Mirage F.1B two-seater - Liking two-seaters myself I really dig the look of this one with it's large canopy, bomb load, sharp pointy nose..... Hang on - ill stop talking -just have a look at the pictures!
Wednesday, January 9
Well some people are getting off to a good start of the new year – Kagero are one of the early birds with no less than FIVE new titles spreading from Their Deluxe Modelling magazine to a study of the Thunderbolt in the European theatre, a photo journal of the British made Chieftain tank, In in depth study of the famous “Immelmann” - and lastly a 3D title showing off the mighty USS Arizona for all of the Ship modellers as well – seems they have been very busy!
Tuesday, January 8
Monday, January 7
As the market to cover every unclaimed design hots up in the world of 1/35th military vehicles the softskin trucks and cars of the armies of the world are now the most popular subject going around. Revell of Germany throws its hat in the ring with this “Ford” V3000S from WWII – let’s see if it is the leader of the pack or "just another delivery"..