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ttyng0904

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  1. I hope you will enjoy your visit to Japan. The happy man in the left is a editor in chief of the Modelart magazine(https://twitter.com/ModelArtInc). Quiet man in the right is a young modeller/univ student(https://twitter.com/kn20154). Laughings are mainly their expression of surprise and excitement about precision and fine details they find on the spurues' surfaces, art of partitioning&injection, volume of weapons.... in the end, thay also laughed about they realised that they have to make hopeless effort to put all the sprues back to the box. For additional info, they indicated that the kit shown is not the final release version. They also stated that the instruction is not yet provided and the kit will be generally availavle in late october in Japan.
  2. http://pit-road.jp/?p=24890 due september announced
  3. https://www.airfix.com/uk-en/news/workbench/buccaneer-test-frames-exclusive-and-latest-tank-news update from airfix
  4. Hasegawa announed April release of EF-111A. http://www.hasegawa-model.co.jp/product/02300/ includes metal parts(pitot tube). decal: EF-111A proto #1 "Electric Fox"
  5. Hello, I've been doing cold war/modern jets since last January after 30+ years break. My first jet kit was hasegawa MIG-25 in 1976 and am planning to revisit the kit after several models done.
  6. The new issue of Scale Aviation magazine out today in Japan. It has interview of Hasegawa's designers who was responsible for new tooling 1/72 F-14 and F-111 back in late 80s to early 90s. They recalls about how they enjoyed over-engineering in Tomcat and Ardverk's details. The article closes with the information that they are planning to reissue F-111 in March next year or later (variation and markings TBD).
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