New from Acción Press comes a detailed modelling guide to WW2 aircraft:
Inside the final fortnight and Eduard display the pair of decals sheets to be included with their quarterscale Bf 109G-6 - kit #8682.
In the latest instalment we meet Lukas Zajic, Eduards's photo-etch details designer.
Eduard take a break for Easter, so E-Bunny steals the limelight today.
MMD-Squadron have sent us details of very neat little accessories for adding a bit of character to modern USAF aircraft - highly detailed miniature "bone domes".
Tonight Eduard have sent us a shot of the photo-etched fret to be included with the ProfiPACK Bf 109G-6. This includes highly detailed pre-coloured interior parts along with exterior details.
HPH Models have annouced they are to release a new 1/32nd kit of the venarable MiG-15bis.
HobbyScale Press have annouced they are to release a new quarterly model magazine, titled Scale Modeling Quarterly.
E-Bunny gets in on the act today, as if to indicate that it's not always plain sailing bringing a complex project like the Gustav to fruition.
Today's second instalment focuses on the highly detailed Brassin underwing rockets designed to accompany the release of the new 1:48 Bf 109G-6:
Today Eduard unveil Sprue I which holds some of the detail parts for the Bf 109G-6 and other versions. Nice touches include the slide moulded hollow exhausts and gun barrels, and what appears to be a subtle stretched effect on the fabric surface:
Attack squadron are to release two sets of 1/48th depth charges, which join the already available sets in 1/72nd.
Several missiles sets are also due to be released in 1/72nd and 1/48th scales.
Today Eduard have published an interview with Katerina Borecka – the artist responsible for boxtop painting of their new 1:48 Bf 109G-6:
Dmitri and Liubov Baeva have announced detailed new resin mainwheels from Komplekt Zip as part of their growing range of upgrades for Trumpeter's 1:32 MiG-3:
Italeri have released a V-22 Osprey in 1/48th in the markings of a U.S Marines machine.
Windsock, the leading specialist early aviation modelling magazine, presents a fresh new-look and a real feast of articles and reviews on a wide variety of subjects - but with a definite French flavour in this first issue of Volume 30:
The latest Windsock Datafile presents a fascinating glimpse into the beginnings of British military aviation in the run-up to WW1 and the months that followed the outbreak of fighting:
In the latest update Eduard show us the finished castings of the Brassin mainwheels set:
Today Eduard unveil the final decal option for their new 1:48 Bf 109G-6, plus top-views of all five schemes:
Today the attention turns to the highly detailed resin mainwheels designed to accompany the release of the standard kit:
Hasegawa's April release's sees numerous 1/72nd scale offerings with the pick of the bunch being a P-38J Lightning and a & B-26B/C Marauder, two kits in the box, in the markings of aircraft that flew in "Operation Overlord."
Today sees the unveiling of the fourth colour scheme chosen for the first release of the new Bf 109G-6:
Today's second instalment brings the beautifully detailed finished parts for the Brassin DB 605 and gun compartment:
The countdown continues with a first glimpse of 3D renders of the highly detailed Brassin engine set designed to accompany the new quarterscale Gustav:
Instalment -20B looks at the Sprue J which contains the clear parts.