Sunday, November 15

Hobbyboss’ new kits – a bunch of new presents sorted for December?

Hobbyboss have five new releases for December. Some new and older aircraft and some WWII staples this might even make some people’s Christmas lists - let’s see the kits and sprues in the Hobbyboss preview…

Friday, November 13

Read n’ reviewed: “Forgotten Archives 1: The Lost Signal Corps Photos”

Most of us will know well the “Panzerwrecks” series and today we read a new book by one of that series authors. Called “Forgotten Archives 1: The Lost Signal Corps Photos”-  this book is a large volume that encapsulates a wealth of pictures captured by the men of the Signal Corps and “lost” until recently - See what we thought about the quality of this volume in today’s review…

Tuesday, November 10

Read n' Reviewed: Encyclopaedia of Aircraft Modelling Techniques Volume 1: Cockpits

Remember encyclopaedias? Those thick hardbound books that you got as a kid that let you know about the world and all you needed to know in your then young life? Don’t you wish that when you used your dad’s house paints there was a bit more guidance on your favourite subject of modelling? Well now MiG’s AMMO brand bring a new set of five issues to make your own comprehensive Encyclopaedia on Model aircraft making. We read “Volume 1: Cockpits” and we thought you would like a look at it in our review…

Sunday, November 8

Italeri – two wheels, a flat hull, ten wheels and NUTS! All new in November…

Italeri has a whole lot of really varied stuff for sale coming into the end of the year – from a frozen battlefield to an Italian pop-gun, from a Swedish sleeper to a British hell raiser and a German dreadnought. Let’s take a look at what’s new from Italeri in November in today’s preview…

Saturday, November 7

A thrice-nice looking set of Masterbox’s tankers of WWI

Recently Masterbox have been making some good looking WWI figures – Infantry on both sides, and now they have a new kinda special release – special in that you can have a pair of either French, German or British tankers in one box. Let’s look at these six figures in our preview…

Friday, November 6

New warriors from Germany and one or two Allied combatants from Wings Cockpit Figures


Wings cockpit figures
often present us with a bunch of lovely pilots to furnish out large scale fighters and bombers - and this lot are looking just as nice as their previous offerings. Mostly German WWII there are one or two allied figures you might like in here as well. Let's have a look in our preview...

Thursday, November 5

We preview AMMO's new Weathering Magazine: Air - Issue 1 – “Panels”

A new magazine with a familiar face. Ammo have launched their new weathering magazine featuring aircraft (and spaceships) called “Air.” This issue features panels and panel washes amongst other things and it features a lot of varied aircraft. Let’s have a look at what’s incoming in our preview…

Wednesday, November 4

Paul builds up Takom’s 35th scale Chieftain Mk.11 (Pt.II of III)

Takom’s triple treat release of Mk 5, 10 & 11 Chieftain tanks in 35th scale is upon us – and we have already seen two of these built up here on TMN. Today Paul Lee looks at the kit he is building – the Mk.11 – before he starts cutting plastic….

Tuesday, November 3

Mike Rinaldi's new book series focuses on one thing at a time...

 
Modelling is changing and evolving all of the time. Our hobby is widening isn’t it? Many more modellers are looking for something different that we can adapt our own skills into and maybe add our own bit of creative liscence to. Today we have the hot off the press news about Mike Rinaldi’s new book focusing on just one model at a time in some varied subjects. Let’s have a look at what’s coming our way with the “SM” series of books…

Sunday, November 1

Several built up kits from Revell of Germany in a large variety – something there for most of us…

A new month and a new bunch of diverse models from Revell of Germany. We have some built up pictures and info on all of them so please do enjoy our preview of the new Revell of Germany’s items for October…