The Batmobile always fascinated me, so when Moebius announced this new kit i went to check the review by P. Flory.
For sure there is no scarcity of weathering sets dedicated to the rust, but this one reviewed by the guys at Scale War Machine seems very complete.
Are these truly useful tools? P. Flory did an in depth review of them.
Airfix kits always have a special appeal for older modelers, and when a new and great one come on the shelves, it is a pleasure!
A saw can be useful in many occasions, and there are many made just for our hobby. P. Flory reviews the one from Tamiya and the one from Airwaves.
Following the current trend, also Vallejo has released its own range of colors sets. P. Flory did a great review of them...
I have this kit on my stash since some years, so i found very useful the review of this not so common kit with interesting features.
P. Flory reviews in depth this set of tools for removing seam line scraper and how to use them at best.
The Dutch manufacturer Reality In Scale makes numerous diorama accessories and the guys of Scale War Machines look at their terrain & groundwork vegetation range.
A new competitor for the classic Tamiya green cap cement, the new Plastic Magic AD77 has some very interesting features.
Rosie the Riveter is perhaps the most famous riveter tool around. But is it worth of its price? Phil Flowy has in depth reviewed it.
I have these paints in my arsenal, and I must say they work very well... easy to apply, and thanks to the fact the can be buffed, they offer endless applications.
I love this small tool... it allows me to make by myself all the leaves i want for my diorama, with different colors, in a breeze.
Clamps are a very useful tools, and these clamps have some very interesting features allowing to apply exactly the pressure that you want to onot damage the model.
A tool that you can use to clean your airbrush. I had one and i wasn't so happy with it: let's see the opinion of the guys at the SMConsortium.
The last show from the guys of Fine Scale, with reviews of IBG Models' 1/35 scale KTO Rosomak, Revell Germany's 1/144 scale Flower-class corvette, HobbyBoss' 1/48 scale Hawk Mk. 127, & Takom's 1/35 scale Type 69.
If you are looking for a different subject, have a look at the Carlos Mendes review of the Trumpeter Trumpeter 1/35 BR-52 Steam locomotive.
P. Flory reviews this useful tool made by UMM, that allows you to make rivets not just round but exagonals as well.
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!