A2Zee Models look sure to delight Spitfire fans with their latest Alley Cat resin release - a full resin kit of the prototype, s/n K4054.
Airfix has just released news of their newest 1/24 scale kit.
Airfix announced at the IPMS Telford model show that they. Are going to release a 1/24th Hawker Typhoon.
The latest Datafile presents a fascinating account of the Caudron R.11 - a "flying porcupine" of its day. Perhaps something of an aeronautical dead-end, the armistice precluded any definitive assessment of the value of this relatively heavily armed twin-engined close escort fighter for bomber formations, and it was a further 20 years and another world war before the agile and conventional "little friends" ended the debate once and for all in the skies of Europe:
A number of different subjects are re-released from Hasegawa for November.
The pick of the bunch is a Su-33 FLANKER D in markings from the PS3/Xbox 360 game "ACE COMBAT ASSAULT HORIZON".
Roy Sutherland has just sent us details of his latest upgrade sets before jumping on a plane to England to launch them at the IPMS Telford show this weekend:
Trumpeter are to release a 1/48th T-38 Talon.
PrintScale have published previews of their latest decals sets in 1:72 and 1:48 scales.
Eduard have published a short preview of their forthcoming kits and improvement sets for December 2013.
Two interesting releases from Hobbyboss, first the P-38L-5-L0 Lightning in 1/48th, which should hit the shelves in December. The second aircraft is the Embraer 314 Super Tucano also in 1/48th, and is a welcome addition, as the only other model of this aircraft is available in resin.
Levent Başara announces the printing of his new book.
New from Master Details comes a highly detailed 1:32 pilot for WW2 US Navy/ Marine Corps models:
ICM Holding have sent us news of their latest aviation release, which combines their popular quarterscale Bf 109F-4 with a set of their excellent figures - regarded by many as injection moulded market leaders in this scale.
The next 1:48 MiG-29 version is due shortly from Great Wall Hobby - this one covering the Early version of the MiG-29 9-12. While we will have official pictures of the kit and contents shortly - and will publish those as soon as they are made available - we have been provided with an advanced look at just some of the updates that have been included in this latest kit!
Azur FRROM have released exciting new in-progress photos of their eagerly anticipated 1:32 IAR 81C. The project suffered an unavoidable setback when the master pattern maker had to go into hospital, but the latest photos show the kit is well under way.
Scale Aviation Modeller International Volume 19 Issue 11 (November) is now available. Here's a look at it's content by Jean-Luc Formery.
Jean-Luc Formery sends in his monthly news on Sam publications Model Aircraft magazine.
October's contest was saved from being cancelled by two last-minute entries.
Cyber-Hobby have announced another version of their 1/72nd Venom, this time the NF-3.
MMP Books are too release two new books for November.
One is a book on the history of the 311 (Czechoslovak) Squadron, RAF.
Cold war enthusiasts are also in for a treat with a book dedicated to the Douglas F3D Skyknight.
Add On Parts expands their Diorama series with 1/72 tarmacs of French and German designs.
On the Zvezda website we have found the pictures of their recent release of 1:48 scale Soviet Su-2 light bomber.
I'm sure many of us have tried resin casting with varying degrees of success, relying on trial and error as much as anything else. Karl Juelch aims to remove the guesswork with the latest edition what promises to be a hugely useful book for scratch-builders and anyone wanting to cast their own model parts in resin:
AZ Models are producing a new line of 1/72nd Messerschmitt Bf 109G's.
Special Hobby are preparing two new boxings of the Fairey Firefly Mk.I in 1/48.