RS Models has released the Ki-61 Kia in 1/48 scale:-
Aerobonus releases for April are mostly figures for three popular scales. It's a very good supplement if we are thinking about some display scene or a small vignette.
This time we can share a line-up supported with the pictures of small and simple improvements for airplane model kits. Quickboost releases for April consists of 1:48 and 1:72 scale sets.
Just landed at Airfix HQ this week:-
Latest model from FOXONE DESIGN STUDIO:-
New release coming from AZ Models:-
Two new releases for 5th April 2015 from TechMod:-
Courtesy of Aires, who provided the items list and pictures, we can present here the latest improvement sets for airplane model kits. This time the '32 scalers may be a bit dissapointed as there are only the 1:48 and 1:72 scale sets in this month line-up, but life is not always perfect...
Special Hobby from Czech have just announced another version of their 1/72 scale Spitfires. This one will be of the post-war Spit.
ICM Holding have just released two new versions of their already known kits. Each kit will contain additional parts and decals appropriate for its version and type.
Great new release from HPH Models:-
Expected Release Date: 5/1/2015 from Haseawa Models:-
Welcome to the voting phase of the first of our new format MOM contests! The procedure is exactly the same as always. Click the big button below, and choose your favourite model.
Bronco Models have announced their latest aircraft kit - one with should really appeal to Luftwaffe '46 enthusiasts - the BV P178 . Normally seen as a jet dive-bomber, in this version Bronco envisage it armed with a rocket-powered Bombentorpedo.
FRROM have sent us details of their latest releases - a series of Stampe S.V.4 kits in 1:72. Included here are photos of test-shots of the sprues. Final work is being done on the decals and instructions, ready for an anticipated release at the end of April.
Glen Coleman has sent us CAD views of the latest largescale project from Kitty Hawk - a T-28 Trojan. It's obviously early days yet, so watch out for more details as they become available.
Hataka Hobby have sent us details of the latest additions to their fast-growing range of popular acrylic paints. The new paint sets cover the Israeli Air Force in the 1970s and France's Armée de l'Air during WW2.
Michael Szapowalow from Air Connection has sent us details of Volume One of the highly anticipated new study on the 56th Fighter Group by Peter Randall and our own Nigel Julian (Lampie). The new book will come complete with decals in three popular modelling scales.
We have just been given some very exciting news from Canuck models. This appears on their Facebook page, but they have also shared it directly with Aeroscale. Photos of the decal sheets are obviously are not yet available. The photos accompanying this article have been sourced from the web. Given that the 2010 bird was destroyed early in the season, photos are quite rare, so a Flight Simulator model represents this aircraft.
Wingspan is a new series from Canfora Publishing. The series is dedicated exclusively to 1:32 scale modelling. Thanks to the info directly from the Publisher we can briefly present what will be inside the book.
Mark Peacock has sent us details of a new range of titles from Valiant Wings. Airframe Extra will focus on a particular conflict or campaign, combining an historical overview and references with top-class model builds.
RWD-8 was the Polish liaison aircraft of the 1930's. As a stable and easy to handle plane it was also widely used for training purposes in both aeroclubs and Air Force flying schools.
A well known Czech producer, the R.V. Aircraft, have just announced a new airplane model kits family in their sales plan. This time we will be able to buy the thole series of Mirage III and its derivatives in 1:72 scale.
Mark Peacock has sent us details of Valiant Wings' latest project - an exciting move to establish their own website that moves beyond their ranges of books and accessories to provide a growing resource for modellers. The new site will draw on the talents of highly regarded contributors whose work will be familiar to readers of Valiant Wings' highly regarded reference studies.