Something different, to spice up the modelling cave :)
You can use your hobby knife, or use a dedicated tool, to remove the seam lines. Here a review of some models.
If you love the Russian jets, probably this is a kit that you wan't miss. Review by P. Flory
Not all the metal surface are bright and shining, in real life. That's why Vallejo made this set of metallic but... not metal paint.
This seems to be a very interesting kit, over all for all the Luftwaffe fans. Review by the guys at International Scale Modeler
The Russian company Akan is one of the emerging paints producer, with some very interesting set. Here a review by the guys at Genessiss Model.
Being a lover of Airfix kits, i could not miss the P. Flory review of the recently released Meteor.
A very tempting kit for a great bird, reviewed with great accuracy but the guys at International Scale Modeler
Zeltbahn was a weather-resistant covering that was devised by the Germans om WWII, and this paper model makes easy to reproduce it.
A detailed in box review of this imposing recent Meng Model kit, made by Bob of Genessis Model.
The Beaufighter is an iconic British twin engines fighter, and when Airfix releases this new tool kit, after reading the review i could not resist to the temptation.
A paint remover and a brush cleaner from the British Deluxe Materials, reviewed by the guys at Scale War Machines
Sparmax is a brand of airbrushes that is getting more and more popular. The guys at ScaleModelAircraft did a review of it, showing how to disassemble and reassemble it.
One more actor in the metal tracks arena: AK-Interactive, and they offer you the choice of unasse,bled and even assembled ready-to-go tracks!
I didn't know that Badger is selling also a full range of acrylic paints, so i welcomed this review.
When a new King Tiger kit comes out is a big news. And if it is with full interior, from Takom, the rumors are even bigger.
Mr. Hobby launched an unsual line of products for weathering, in form of pencils. Are they working?
Bob from Genessis Models did a in depth review of the enamel based washes for aircraft panel lines released by Ammo by Mig Jimenez.
On the tanks model, handles made with metal look much more realistic (and they are less fragile). This tool can greatly help you in making your own handles.
Citadel Liberator Gold and Retributor Armour are 2 range of paints from Citadel. How they works? Bob from Genessis Models reviews them for us.
Is AK Interactive moving from the paints to the kit? They just released a Spit and a BF 109 in 1/48, but did they come up with those all by themselves?
P. Flory reviews the Harder and Steenbeck Ultra Airbrush, a good choice to enter in the hobby.
The guys of Scale War Machine have looked at RP Toolz range before, including the standard punch & die & hexagonal punch & die.
FineScale Modeler's New show, with presentation of the Tamiya F14-A Tomcat and other Zvezda and Eduard kits.
Complete in-box review of the Eduard 1/72 Spitfire Mk.IXc ProfiPack Scale Model by the guys of International Scale Modeller.
Bob from Genessis Models reviews the classic Hasegawa F-35A Lightning in the true scale.
Air Tanks are a non-intrusive method of enhancing the performance of your compressor: fitting an Air Tank into your system will remove pressure fluctuation / pulsation issues from your air supply.
There are many ways to reproduce the antiskid surface present on many modern tanks, and here are presented two dedicated products. My personal add to the list: the Vallejo paste for diorama, it works well for this too.
This is a video that looks at the different ways companies manufacture tracks for 1:35 Tiger tanks. The Author reviews Tamiya, Dragon, Academy, Rye Field Model, Friulmodelisimo, Modelkasten and AFV Club tracks.
Masking tape is one of the materials that we modelers use most. For sure the Tamiya tape is the most famous one; is the Washi a valid alternative?
There are tons and tons of video-tutorials about scale models, dispersed on the Net. But only a few are truly worth to watch. We select the best and only the best video-tutorials: building, detailing, painting, weathering, dioramas and more.
We just finished to tag all the videos in our archives, and the first results is here: a selection of tutorials about the weathering in scale models: all what you need to know to give to your models the perfect dirty or dusty or rusty look!