Sunday, December 31

Read n' Reviewed: Panzerjäger on the Battlefield from Peko Publishing

Today we relay our thoughts to you of the contents of Peko Publishing’s fifteenth edition of the “On the Battlefield” series. This book features the big guns of the German tank destroyers of WWII, starting from the smallest tanks with big guns and then moving into the bigger tanks with even bigger guns. See what we thought after we read the book in our review…

Saturday, December 30

More from MiniArt's new catalogue four more pages with new additions today...

Miniart has started to publish their newest version of their Catalogue of items for 2018 five pages every day for the next week - We will follow the releases and post the pages here every day - you might see a few new things you may very much like - check it out and see in our catalogue preview...

In-Boxed: 1/12th scale Fiat 500F from Italeri Models

It was only a matter of time before the iconic Italian car (1968 model) of the Fiat 500F was made in plastic by the Italian model company Italeri. The company is almost as well known as they have been around themselves since 1962. Now that we have the kit we can show you just what is in the box and compare it to the real thing in our in-depth review of the large scale "Bambina"...

Thursday, December 28

Finishing guide - Takom's 35th scale Merkava Mk.I

Paul's build of TAKOM's 35th scale Merkava Mk.I is now finished, today in the final part of his journey finishes the kit using AMMO's shades with a great result. See how he did it, and how you could take on your own kit in his finishing guide...

Wednesday, December 27

Hobbyboss' 2018 Catalogue - nothing here... OHH - Can you say a pair of B-24 Liberators in 1/32nd scale?

It is that time of year again when companies start spamming us with catalogues of next years products - and some we may even see in the flesh! Hobbyboss are pretty good at keeping up their promises, so check out this latest catalogue, showing their current models and some coming in our crystal ball look into the future preview of 2018/19...

Trumpeter’s Catalogue & new items of 2018 - 2019

Trumpeter has released their latest list of new kits for next year - and along with some you might already own there are some “New” items that are marked clearly in the catalogue. This should cause some discussion…

Monday, December 25

In-boxed: 1/32nd scale F4U-1D Corsair from Tamiya (Pt I)

The Corsair family in 1/32nd scale is nearly complete with this new F4U-1D model from Tamiya. A popular aircraft from a popular model maker - what other excuse do we need to review it and make it up for you? Next week we have a build article for the major sub-sections and walkthrough of some of the more difficult parts. Today we give your our In-box review with comparison shots of the real thing.

Sunday, December 24

Finishing Guide: Andy completes Takom's 1/35th scale M3 Lee

Andy Moore has given us his build sequence after the In-box review of Takom's M3 Lee, and now we see how he puts it all together in the end in today's third article. He included some great tips & tricks you might want to use on your own build. See how it all wraps up with the help of AMMO shades and an Evolution Miniatures tanker in the final part...

Friday, December 22

Masterbox’s new releases of January-February 2018 are out of this world - & in a Universe all their own...

Masterbox has been busy - they have formulated a new science fiction and fantasy series of models and kits with all new figures and scenarios to investigate and create. Not many companies do things like this, so these really are worth a look. Welcome to their new universe - "At the Edge of the Universe. Strange Company’s adventures."

Amusing hobby's two new "Stupid Super Heavies" that will please many "World of Tanks" lovers...

...& many heavy tank lovers in general, the British (very important) "Super" Conqueror, & the experimental wooden mockup that might turn up in the game any time, the Japanese Type 5 gun tank Ho-Ri I. Now we will soon have these in plastic, lets see the little we know about them...