Monday, June 30
Sunday, June 29
The 48th scale Cougar from Kittyhawk is ready to pounce - we have built up trainer pictures in today's news.
Saturday, June 28
Friday, June 27
Canfora's "The world of Dioramas" is upon us - A new publication saluting the work of Per Olav Lund..
Thursday, June 26
Review - we take a look at Nuts and Bolts #32 - Medium cross-country lorries of the Reichswehr & Wehrmacht
Wednesday, June 25
Verlinden’s three new kits for June are orientated on the figure market – we have two large scale figures in 1/16th of a German SS Officer and an RAF pilot which should be popular as well as two “irregular” warriors for hire in 35th scale. Let’s have a look.
Tuesday, June 24
What’s worse? A cannibal warrior or an axe wielding barbarian? Actually thanks to Pegaso which one is better…
Our own MiG-21 expert here at TMN Gary Wickham has seen and reviewed most of Eduard's 48th scale MiGs here on this site - he has even made a chart to show you how each kit is different to the others in the series. He takes a good in-depth look at Eduard's 1/48th scale MiG-21R in this his latest review..
Monday, June 23
Sunday, June 22
Review: EagleCals new Ju-88 A-4 decals - six aircraft and lots of choices available in three scales...
Eagle Editions have released two decal sheets that will please Luftwaffe fans – especially the bomber guys as there is a new set of decals for the Ju-88A-4 to suit the revell kit in all three major scales – today we look at both of these new sets for the A-4 in detail and the original aircraft in our decal review…
Saturday, June 21
Friday, June 20
Thursday, June 19
Somethings old, something new, something re-released & something from the blue - Revell's new July releases
Revell of Germany has several new (and one ancient) new release in their June/July items. The old tool Mosquito, and a new Lambo Diablo, in time for the D-Day celebrations landing craft and jeep plus a new and very colourful Apache. Let’s have a look at the completed models which will show you more about these kits.
Wednesday, June 18
Pre order at a discount - Valiant Wings never stop with another new book - this time on the big nosed butcher bird
Today we review Valiant Wings new title – “Westland Whirlwind-A Detailed Guide to the RAF’s Twin-engine Fighter” their new book in the Airframe Album series. This time again covering a not so well known fighter with a bit of a cult audience – we had to see what these people liked about this kite and these books are a great place to start let’s have a look..
Monday, June 16
One of the last mysteries in Modelling – no – not being able to paint figures, it’s the other one – Being able to take good pictures of your finished scale model! Well Andrea Press have a nifty little guide recently released to help you try and take better pictures. Let’s have a look at it shall we in our review...
Sunday, June 15
Wings Cockpit Figures launched last year with a great bunch of much needed 1/32nd scale WWI aircraft related figures. We had a look at the WWII figures and though it only prudent to show you their latest first World War sets just recently released…
Saturday, June 14
Friday, June 13
Thursday, June 12
Pla Editions continues with their successful modern warfare modelling magazine “Abrams Squad”. This is a mag showcasing the very newest of modern armour and military models and features a host of very good builders on board to make and show you models. Let’s have a look at Issue six and see if they are keeping up the good work…
Wednesday, June 11
Tuesday, June 10
Gary looks at just what has changed in the re-tooled GWH F-15 in 48th scale in this side-by-side comparison
Gary had more than just started his new Great Wall Hobby F-15 in 48th scale (he was hinting at a Japanese Aggressor scheme, who knows?) He was keen to get it done when hoots and hollers fro the online community made GWH re-tool several key parts of this kit (it was previously reviewed as near fault-less) - anyway before he re-commenced with the build Gary was kind enough to tell us what has changed in the kit.
Sunday, June 8
We like the "new breed" of model magazines with fresh good ideas, not too many adverts, good writing and layout with large format images and most of all great models built in a way that shows you how to emulate them. Will this new magazine – called Aces High and Edited by TMN favourite Daniel Zamarbide be a contender? Let’s have a look in our review.
Alpine's Italian parachutist from the Nembo division comes with to head choices - seems two "fasces" are better than one..
Alpine Miniatures has released a larger 1/16th scale figure as their usual companion to match the Panzer commanders we looked at the other day - so we thought that we might have a look at this sculpt from Mike Good in our Sunday preview: