It is not advertised as tool for scale modelers, so its price is a great deal!
Most modellers know Aber of Poland for their vehicle upgrade sets but did you know they also make a whole selection of handy accessories from hand tools to tiny chains?
Probably the most famous brand of metal paint, loved by many, hated by some. Here the review of the guys at Genessis Model
I use a cheaper method (some stretched sprue), but for the perfectionist, here a tool for your CA glue
Gizmo or useful tool? For sure the companies don't lack imagination in launching new products. This one should help you in the weathering.
This is an imposing kit, even in 1/72... Let's see how the guys at Academy did their job.
Oh yea, I guess how did i survive before to know this products... for the gizmos lovers tht already have verythings :)
I use a stretche sprue stick, that works great and it is free, but if you want a dedicated tool to applicate your CA superglue, here it is
Meng started its journey with the tank's kits, quickly earning a great reputation. Now it begins also to produce aircraft kits: what to expect?
Very affordable in price, great in quality... well done Airfix
For the guys loving perfection in their tools, here a nice one from Tamiya
It can seems a stupid tool, but if you use Tamiya and Gunze paints you will fall in love with it, as I did
A dedicated antistatic brush from Tamiya, to clean our models. How does it work?
5 minutes long and very well done unbox review of this unusual and interesting kit
More and more weathering products are coming out almost daily... here the new range from Model Mates
A combustion engine in scale, with all the parts moving to illustrate how it works? With just 100 parts Airfix did a very interesting kit, and for kids and for adults
Very similar but not exactly the same... in my own test, Mr. Cement cures faster, but has a little weaker bond.
Brett Green preview this fresh, new kit from Tamiya
Valom is a short run kits company that brings very interesting subjects, and this one is no excpetion. What inside the nice box?
I must admit it... I am found for the Airfix kits, so when a new kit is launched i look for a review
Not the most famous tool for rivet lovers, but cheaper than its counterpart: I bought one 12 years ago and still work perfectly
Not the cheapest kit around, but the Spit by Eduard in 1/48 is judged by many like the best around. And what about this combo?
An unusual kit that can be a great complement for many modern themed diorama.
2 minutes long and very cool (look by yourself) review of this new and already classic Airfix tool.
Oilbrusher is the "last wave" in weathering products... Bob from Genessis Models reviewed this new product.
Review and how to of Lifecolor's Liquid Pigments: acrylic weathering products designed to get a realistic finish promising to be adjustable and removable
A new kind of material, that can turn out to be very useful in many scratchbuilding jobs, reviewed by the friends of Flory Models
A new actor in the arena of the paints for scale models, reviewed by Flory Models.
Review and quick How To guide of the Vallejo Rust Chipping Effects reference 71.186
Another gizmo from Japan: a sort of scissor-cutter to cut styrene, with the option to cut precise angles.