.:LukGraph:. Albatros C.III #resin

And now something unexpected.

Little surprise for modelers in 1:72 scale. We present a boxart of upcoming Albatross CIII. The profile presents Ltn Böhme "Dragodile" from 1916, Russia. The model will have many of details and reinforced wire wings undercarriage and main struts, decals and photoetched parts. There will be 3 versions of painting: 2 Germans and 1 Polish.

Mała niespodzianka dla modelarzy w skali 1:72. Prezentujemy pudełko nadchodzącego Albatrosa CIII. Prezentowany profil to Albatros porucznika Böhme "Dragodile" z 1916 roku, Rosja. Model będzie miał wiele detali oraz zbrojone drutem skrzydła, podwozie i główne zastrzały. Będą 3 wersje malowań 2 niemieckie i 1 polskie.
1/72 resin model from the LUKGRAPH:
src: https://www.facebook.com/
Release as late january 2018

.:IBG:. PZL 23 Karaś II and RWD-8|Hungarian and Romanian Service| [2018]

new parts? new decals? boxart done by Arkadiusz Wróbel
january 2018
#incoming
72504 boxart by Górecki

.:S&M Models:. [English] [E]lectric Canberra [Update]


S&M Models apologies to our customers for the delay in releasing the Canberra kits.
However,  S&M Models are pleased to report that the engineering issue has been resolved and the pictures show the further 2 frames of the kit. S&M Models have been assured the kits will be with us in time for the London Model Show.
Hopefully, the text shots displayed at Telford and Middle Wallop have provided a taste of the New kit.
Many thanks for your patience and support

.:Special Hobby:. HAL Ajeet Mk. I “Indian Light Fighter” #released

HAL Ajeet Mk. I “Indian Light Fighter” 1/72
In 1950, WE Petter, who was famous for designs such as the Lysander, Whirlwind and Canberra joined Folland company. By this time modern jet aircraft were becoming bigger, more complex and expensive as their performance increased and as a result the development and operating costs were rising too. WE Petter decided to pursue a different approach to the modern jet-fighter philosophy by designing a light-weight fighter aircraft which was to have been powered by a pair of low thrust turbojet engines although this was later changed to a single power unit as their power output of jet engines increased. By choosing to build this new jet aircraft to the smallest overall dimensions possible and with only the very basic equipment required for the job this kept the total overall price down to only a third of the price of a standard jet fighter bomber of the day yet it would offer similar performance to these much bigger and more expensive jets. The initial design incorporated a pilot lying in a prone position in the nose of the aircraft and a twin engined configuration which was used in the Fo.139 Midge test aircraft which had been designed and built to assess the aerodynamical features of the future Gnat.


.:FGMMasterDujin:. Marcel Bloch 81 / 95

 72news.eu just received fantastic news from Marc Santini :

(...)i've the pleasure to inform you about the release of a kit at 1/72 scale. Based on a master of Mr Dujin, we have reissue a Marcel Bloch 81 with an option to make a Marcel Bloch 95 (two seats).

This kit is in resin, with vacformed canopy , but without decals (because Modelart has realised a nice decals sheet on this subject).

http://fgmmasterdujin.e-monsite.com/


#incoming