On Saturday, Special Hobby inaugurated their brand-new kit, a 1/72 CASA C-212. The kit is looking nice on the sprues and provide alternative nose parts and fuselage inserts to cater for different versions of this Spanish light transport.
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After a premiere three or so years ago, Zoukei-Mura’s has come to be an appreciated presence at Scale Modelworld. Today this company has been announcing three forthcoming kits: – 1/32 scale Heschel Hs 129 – 1/72 and 1/144 scale(!) Horten […]
Tamiya have been showing all the sprues of their forthcoming 1/48 scale Bf 109G-6. This kit is apparently ready for production, but it will probably be released at the beginning of the next year.
Revell’s upcoming release of the P-51D in 32nd scale proves that Mustangs never get old. Due to be released before Christmas, it will be interesting to see how it compares to other manufacturer’s efforts in the same scale. The one-piece […]
Airfix teases us with a 3D-printed prototype of their upcoming Bristol Blenheim in48th scale. Although looking a bit rough due to the printing process, this kit already looks very promising. We will keep watching the kit’s progress until its release […]
Due to be released next May, the Wellington Mk Ic looks to be a stunner of a kit! Seeing this amount of interior detail in 72nd scale shows how far Airfix has come over the past couple of years.
One of the iconic planes from WWII, the B-25 Mitchell gets a proper treatment in 72nd scale. The C/D version is due to be released in December by Airfix. The built-up model sure looks the part!
There is something uniquely appealing about the Fleet Air Arm’s colour scheme – and the new Airfix Hawker Sea Fury surely rocks it! Another release due for Christmas, it will definitely find its way on our wish list.
in time for Christmas, Airfix will be releasing the Phantom FG.1 in 72nd scale. The built-up kit shows not only the typical extended front landing gear used for carrier operations, but also a bunch of stencils and a nicely detailed […]
The weather is bad, the queues seemingly looonger than ever… (indeed the line was huge this morning!). Let the show begin… New to me is the fact that as iModeler is a company now, we’re here for the first time […]