Another gizmo from Japan: a sort of scissor-cutter to cut styrene, with the option to cut precise angles.
Hasegawa plastic boosted by Eduard aftermarket for a luxury kit.
There are a huge number of issues and reissues Star Wars themed. Here a full build review 20 min. long of this kit.
Here's something that should appeal to scale modellers & diorama builders. Scale Laser Service from Peddinghaus Decals makes a range of laser-cut wooden accessories.
New Tool, great kit! We are all so happy that Airfix is coming back to the old glory...
Looking this video you wil discover that this airbrush has some very close resemblances with a much more expensive Iwata model... discover more.
English producer for English bird... Bob at Genessis Model did a complete review of this new mold kit.
A pre-made paste to quickly and easily reproduce mud on models and diorama: HowTo presentation by the ScaleWarMachine guys.
Review by the guys of Scale War Machines of one of the most popular airbrushed in the market.
Two icons in the same kit: Airfix, with this new tool, and the B-17: let's see the review by Genessis Models.
Squadron presents its own kit of this interesting subject mixing WWII and SF.
This is something that can be seriously useful, though i am scared a little by the price
Review by Panzermeister36 of an interesting book dedicated to the modelers loving the Stug
Just add some painting and weathering, and you have a great base for your carrier based airplanes!
One of the most iconic birds of WWII, in the kit of the most iconic brand of kits...
The Eclipse is the workhorse of the Iwata range... in my opinion the best price-quality offer around in the top range airbrushes
Scribers are some of the most basic tools used in our hobby. P. Flory reviews the models produced by RPM, not so famous brand but with interesting features.
In box review of the new 1/72 MIG-29SMT by Trumpeter, filmed by ScaleModelAircraft
Kolinsky are the best sable brushes, and quiet expensive. Palitra is a Russian producer, and its prices are more affordable. What about the quality?
I had another trouble with some washes... no matter how much you think them, they will clog the airbrush (both the Iwata with 0.3 and the H&S with 0.5)
Bob from Genessis Model reviews the -probably- most popular airbrush around.
Brett Green looks at the test shot sprues from Tamiya's forthcoming 1/48 scale Elefant Tank Destroyer.
Review by Bob at Genessis Models of this model dedicated to a popular British tank.
How is the Eduard FW 190 A-5? Phil Flory reviews it in this video.
The guys at Scale War Machine looks at RPToolz Piranha Photoetch bending tools & conical roller. I cann add that i have it too, and it works very well.
Airfix kits have a special appeal for many of us (the silver boys, lol), and this one reviewed by the guys at Genessis Models is truly a nice one.
Honestly, this is a tool that i don't feel to need, because i just use a normal old brush. But many people love this mixers, and this one is made by an airbrush maker.
A full squadron of ME262 is arriving on the market. After the Airfix 1/72, it is the turn of the Revell 1/32. Brett Green received a test shot and reviewed it.
I bought this set, and i use it quiet often for my planes... being laquers they spray wonderfully. Here the review byInternational Scale Modeller.
Airfix and the Mustang... what a formidable match! Let's see what Bob from Genessiss Models thinks about this new mold.