NH Detail have announced two new 1:72 etched detail sets this month:
Mark Peacock has sent us news that Valiant Wings Publishing's eagerly awaited new study on the early Bf 109 versions is on sale now:
Dragon Models have released details of their new 1:72 de Havilland Sea Vixen FAW.2:
On the Facebook profile page of the Kineticmodel we have just found an interesting information about their forthcoming release.
MPM Production have released more details of their exciting new range of Cobras, first revealed in their Newsletter
earlier this week:
Glen Coleman has sent us news that Kitty Hawk's new Saab JAS 39 is now ready for shipping.
The latest newsletter from MPM Production reveals arguably the company's most ambitious line-up to date, with some completely unexpected new models that look set to be instant best sellers:
April's Model of the Month contest resulted in our very first tie. The editorial staff considered our options, and decided to run a second round of voting to break the tie.
Albatros Productions' Windsock Worldwide bi-monthly returns with a really excellent spring edition, packed with reviews and fascinating articles. Along with extensive coverage of the Sopwith Snipe, Lance Krieg covers undercarriages in his ongoing encyclopedic Modelling Master Class, anyone looking for some unusual colour schemes will relish Colin Owers' fascinating account of US camouflage experiments in the early 1920s, and Aeroscale contributor Doug Craner gives a detailed step-by-step guide to sculpting a pilot figure:
The April MOM vote has resulted in a tie! Now it's time to break that tie. This vote will run for the duration of the weekend and the votes will be counted Monday morning Pacific time. The two contenders are presented for your consideration.
Glen Coleman has sent us the first tantalising glimpses of what could well prove to be Kitty Hawk's most successful release yet - a new-tool 1:48 McDonnell F-101 Voodoo.
Air Connection has informed us of some new wheels available from Hussar Productions for 1/32 and 1/48 P-51 Mustangs.
ICM Holding have announced that their latest 1:72 kit is ready for the release - the immortal Polikarpov U-2/Po-2 WWII Soviet multi-purpose aircraft.
Jean-Luc Formery looks at the content of Model Aircraft Volume 12 Issue 05 (May).
Jean-Luc Formery presents the content of the latest issue of Scale Aircraft Modeller International.
Roy Sutherland has timed his latest upgrade sets perfectly as Revell's superb value for money largescale He 219 is still running high, and the release of the highly anticipated Zokei Mura "super-kit" draws ever nearer:
Stop the presses! Taurus Models is not resting on past accomplishments! Their newest version of the Gnome Monosoupape 100hp rotary is about to be released.
Alex Sulla has added a number of interesting new upgrades sets to his North Star Models range, including highly detailed Maverick and Phoenix missiles, and generic quarterscale Luftwaffe rudder pedals:
New from Komplekt Zip comes another resin upgrade for Meng's popular quarterscale Me 410.
The April MOM contest is now open for voting. The polls will close on May 10th at Midnight, Pacific time.
Azur-FRROM are all set to take a bold step into largescale kits this summer with their first 1:32 model - the IAR 81C.
Kinetic heats up the northern Cold War with a 1/48 S-2A Tracker (S2F-1/CS2F-1). These photos are of a CS2F-1 Canadian Armed Forces c.1983.
Zvezda have announced a 1:144 kit of the A-90 Orlyonok (Eaglet) ekranoplan ground effect vehicle.
Hobbico have sent us a sneak preview of Hasegawa's exciting selection of aircraft kits due for release in July.
The line-up is led by a dramatic return to the WW1 market with a 1:16 Sopwith Camel, reminiscent of the company's famous 1970s Museum Series of 1:8 scale kits:
Mark Peacock ha sent us a progress report on Valliant Wings' exciting forthcoming Bf 109 reference book: