September's winners have been chosen; the voters have spoken.
Auriga Publishing announces their 13th volume on the Static Model Manual series. It will be focused in Dioramas - Elements in Combat.
Noy's Miniatures have released a Modern Fighter Hangar Set in four scales to add realism to your finished modern aircraft.
True Earth have released a new range of panel liner and metal wear paints, called Metaliner.
Airfix are planning to release a 1/48th Supermarine Walrus Mk.I.
Mark Peacock has sent us the first details of the next subject in Valiant Wings’ Airframe & Miniatures series. This time the focus will be on that perennial Luftwaffe modellers’ favourite – the radical Dornier Do 335 Pfeil (Arrow).
The latest model in progress from MiniArt honours its name, being really mini art. A set of 82 pieces of household crockery and glass set.
Not quite the turnout from last month, bit it's still sufficient to be a contest.
Hobbyworld presents a new line of plynths for aircraft models. Its large size allows to include also other equipment or figures.
Yannis V. Papadopoulos kindly informed us on miscellaneous ETA products in different scales to bring realism to dioramas.
ETA published two catalogues for 1/35 and 1/72-1/76 products. Please contact him for catalogues.
Matho Models has a frothy treat for your weary model soldiers - a cold mug of beer! These tiny treats are available in sets of 18 - enough for a whole squad to enjoy...
One by one, Miniart is establishing a line of railway elements that can add a lot of detail to a railway scene, either with or without a locomotive.
The latest addition is a semaphore.
Bronco Models are about to release another P 40C this time a Pearl Harbour version that contains further decals for seven different aircraft.
ICM Holding have announced the second boxing of their new-tool Uhu - the Focke-Wulf Fw 189A-2.
The evenings are already beginning to draw in, signalling the arrival of autumn - and with it, the latest edition of Windsock - Albatros Productions' leading quarterly WWI aviation modelling magazine. Highlights include the first proper look at Aviattic's new 1:32 Ansaldo A.1 with accompanying archive and walkaround photos, a selection of spectacular Camels to whet your appetite still further (as if needed!) for the forthcoming Wingnut Wings kit, plus the continuation of the late great Harry Woodman's revised Vintage Aircraft Modelling in Plastic Card.
New from Albatros Productions comes the first volume of a detailed study of the Pfalz D.IIIA. Featuring the classic Datafile combination of painstakingly reproduced and captioned period photos, specially commissioned scale drawings and colour profiles, this looks set to be essentially reading for anyone tackling a kit of arguably WWI's most attractive fighter.
Hataka have announced two new aircraft acryilic paint sets. The first tackles USMC Harrier colours, while the second features the modern day Belgian Air Force.
After their leave punches, Green Stuff now allows to make a whole branch of leaves. Two sizes are available.
Mark Peacock has sent us details of the next addition to the Airframe Extra range. Volume 6 will examine The Continuation War between Finland and the USSR.
Meng have announced that they are going to be releasing a P-51D Mustang in the very new future
All the latest announcements from Miniart are now ready and available to order.
Łukasz Sznajder has sent us photos of the companys Boeing F2B-1
Due for release in December is a limited edition Attack on Pearl Harbour trio in 1/48th scale by Hasegawa
Hasegawa are re-releasing the 1/48th scale WAH-64D Apache with new parts due in December.
Eduard are to release a dual boxing of Zveda's Mi-24 Hind in 1/72nd scale in October.