Wednesday, February 11

Miniart wins some awards and decides to come clean about their new kits…

At the recent Nuremburg Toy Fair Miniart took away two kit of the year awards from Modelfan Magazine – well deserved we thought – but more exciting for us is the images and links of a great deal of their new releases for a good part of this year. Let’s have a look at what is coming from these award winners…

Tuesday, February 10

New colour road-test: Painting acrylics Hataka Style

A new paint company has launched a very professional line of acrylic paints covering many genres,theatres of war and shades - called Hataka, this new Polish company has sent Nic some paints to test out - what better way than to make a kit with them and see if they meet our expectations...

Monday, February 9

A new website and four new kits for February from Hobbyboss…

Hobbyboss' February items - mostly for the tank guys but a specter of a Helix that will get nearly all modellers interest... Let's have a look...

Sunday, February 8

“Superking” Building Trumpeter’s 1:16th Scale King Tiger review

David Parker graces some of the best model magazines around with his skilful builds of models and dioramas. His current high water mark is the King Tiger he made over three and a half years. To mark the completion of this award winning model he has immortalized in in a new opus called “SUPERKING” – Let’s have a read of it to see if it is indeed the King…

Saturday, February 7

It's a hot winter somehwere - AK Interactive's February item preview

AK Interactive has several different sets to add to their catalogue this month of February. Something for everyone in the way of Aussie enthusiasts, SS Specialists, Modern French painters, Rusted realists and Burnt believers – there is something for all it seems. Let’s take a look…

Friday, February 6

Northrop Grumman X-47B UCAS - Build Review Pt II: Painting and finishing

Gary Wickham has shown us the finished product of his 48th scale Freedom models X-47B UCAS build in his gallery glamour shots, as well as the first half of his build of the pilot-less aircraft, but now it’s time to go back to the build and finish it - (withholding any accidents ruining the whole thing). Let’s see how he did it in Pt II

Thursday, February 5

Three for III - Peko Publishing Sturmgeschütz III on the battlefield 3 - World War Two Photobook Series

Part three already? Most book publishers would struggle to get past one good volume of mostly unseen photographs and text to match it but PeKo Publishing seems to keep on making quality books – let’s look at Volume three of their new StuG III books

Wednesday, February 4

Review: Sang Eon Lee sculpts Marilyn in a new bust for Life Miniatures.

It seems Sang Eon Lee from Life Miniatures has yet again outdone himself and our expectations – he has made a sculpt of Marilyn Monroe as his latest release that has got a lot of people excited. Let’s have a look at her to see if she is as beautiful in resin in our review... 

Monday, February 2

Northrop Grumman X-47B UCAS - Build Review Pt I.

Gary Wickham has shown us the finished product of his 48th scale Freedom models X-47B UCAS build, but now it’s time to go to school and learn just how he achieved the results you might have seen in the gallery glamour shots. Let’s see how he did it in Pt I

Sunday, February 1

Alpine highlights the risks of smoking with their two new figures in 35th scale

Alpine Miniatures has released a new set of two German Panzer Men figures in 1/35th scale – we thought you would like to see these two  as they are both wounded and are slightly different to most tanker figures on the market. Let's put them together to show you how they build up both separately and together in today’s review