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 them and though it only prudent to show you their latest Second World War sets just recently released…
Saturday, May 31
Friday, May 30
Wednesday, May 28
We had a look at Pavel’s other Bren Gun toting figures in our recent preview for D-Day Miniatures – but now we see some action as this Tommy gunner and his officer deal out the pain – I guess they don’t like cold-callers at their door?
I have a hankering there are a lot of modellers out there who need help! – Help with painting and finishing their model kits that is! Today we review a book that just might help get you over this need for assistance you might feel – hey we might learn something as well. Let’s have a look at “Static Model Manual Volume - 7 Painting Models “….
Tuesday, May 27
This month Panzerwrecks have produced their third in the popular series of “Duel in the Mist” trilogy – with many not before seen photographs in a large format and typically informative text and maps we thought you needed a review so you could see a little close into the mist...
Monday, May 26
Not only is TANKART III ready to roll – TA 4,5 & 6 + Airplane art and Constructart too? Let’s have a look at what RSP has coming soon…
Sunday, May 25
Saturday, May 24
Friday, May 23
Review: D-Day doles out some TLC to the troops this month with their 1/35th German soldier and nurse set...
Eduard keeps on helping us improve our model kits by adding updated and improved details in photo etch and resin. Our man Gary keeps on doing some great reviews of these parts - Today he looks at a good way to improve his Great wall Hobby MiG-29 in 48th scale with new FOD covers and an aircrew ladder. See what he thought in today’s review…
Thursday, May 22
Wednesday, May 21
Tuesday, May 20
Monday, May 19
A great Looking Mig-21 PFM Needs a good cockpit and pilot - we couln't help with the pilot but we could help with the Mig-21 PFM Brassin cockpit review
Gary is a bit of a man to ask when it comes to the Eduard Mig-21. He has built the lovely kit and has reviewed a few of the variantes here in on TMN - Today he takes the most in-depth review we have seen on the Brassin Interior set of the Mig-21 PFM in 48th scale with lots of reference pictures. It's a great read
Sunday, May 18
Fancy a bit of swinging? Well Nic does – though only with the wings on his model kits… Review of Revell's new 48th scale Tornado
Saturday, May 17
Six new new periodicals from Ampersand Publishing give you no excuse not to improve your reading skills!!
More on the imminent horizon from HK Models, we have already posted pictures of the test shot of the new 1/32nd scale Dornier Do 335 Pfeil ("Arrow"). but now we have added pictures of the (correct) CAD shots for the now mooted B-2 Destroyer version of the kit that is first up from HK as well as some real life comparisons...
Friday, May 16
Thursday, May 15
Wednesday, May 14
Tuesday, May 13
Modellers have been crying out for more aircraft crew in 1/32nd scale – and the call is slowly being answered. Pilots and a crewman here and there – but then the large scale bombers arrive! Lucky for us AC models have a new 32nd scale full crew of six for the B-25 that we have built up today in our review…
Monday, May 12
Sunday, May 11
We have some nice galleries from the annual New South Wales Scale Model Competition hosted by the Illawarra Plastic Modellers' Association (IPMA) near Wollongong in Australia. This state competition saw some lovely models and we have the third of three galleries for you today in the news…Today the military models of the show
Saturday, May 10
Thursday, May 8
Wednesday, May 7
Tuesday, May 6
Illawarra Plastic Modellers' Association (IPMA) show galleries - Part I Figures, sci-fi & land,sea and “other” transport
Monday, May 5
The new company called Musthave! has surprised us with this new kit of the much loved F-86K NATO version of the Sabre - Our friends at the Scale Plastic Aircraft Modeller have sent us their review of this new kit - and as sharing is caring we thought we would show you what they thought of it..