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  1. The weekly specials have now been updated and are available to order . They will be available until Wednesday 17th June. Why not have a look and grab a bargain. Click on the link to see the weekly specials http://www.creativemodels.co.uk/this_weeks_specials-c-205.html Creative Models Ltd
  2. The New Meng Model 1:35 Russian Smerch 9A52-2 Long Range Rocket Launcher is now in stock. Check out the website for more information on all new releases www.creativemodels.co.uk All UK Mainland orders over £30 is free Royal Mail 1st Class Post
  3. New Releases From Trumpeter Now In Stock. TRU00921 - Trumpeter 1:16 - Pz.Kpfw.IV Ausf.J German Medium Tank TRU01547 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian T-62 Model 1960 (Iraq Modification) TRU01674 - Trumpeter 1:72 - Mikoyan MiG-29A Fulcrum (Izdeliye 9.12) TRU02344 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Soviet 122mm Howitzer 1938 M-30 Late TRU02863 - Trumpeter 1:48 - MiG-21 MK Fishbed J Fighter TRU02877 - Trumpeter 1:48 - Northrop US T-38C Talon TRU02879 - Trumpeter 1:48 - PLA JL-9 TRU05340 - Trumpeter 1:350 - U.S.S. New Texas BB-35 TRU05516 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian NBC (LATE) TRU05585 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian BMP-2D IFV TRU05593 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Soviet 2S7 Self-propelled Gun TRU05794 - Trumpeter 1:700 - HMS Queen Elizabeth 1918 battleship TRU05598 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian T-72B MBT TRU05597 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Russian SA-8 Gecko System TRU05545 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Soviet T-10 Heavy Tank TRU05619 - Trumpeter 1:350 - USS Kitty Hawk CV-63 TRU05784 - Trumpeter 1:700 - USS California BB-44 1945 Visit the website for more information www.creativemodels.co.uk
  4. Meng Model 1:35 - British Medium Tank Mk.A Whippet Now In Stock SRP £24.99 Click on the image to go straight to our website Thanks to its streamline shape, the beautiful Whippet originated in England can run at a high speed which is hard for common dogs to achieve. So it’s easy to see what British designers expected when they named a tank Whippet. In 1916, many problems were exposed in the first combat of British Mk.I tank. The dissatisfied British Army started to develop a new tank to complement the slower Mk.I tank. William Tritton (1875-1946), one of the creators of tank, was in charge of this project. The War Office called this project the Tritton Chaser, and Tritton called it Whippet. In October 1917, the first Mk.A Whippet medium tank rolled off the production line. It was 6.1m long, 2.6m wide and 14t heavy. It had a crew of 3. Two 45hp Tylor gasoline engines were placed at the front. Because of its small fuel tank, some fuel containers were hung on the hull. Four Hotchkiss machine guns of the polygonal turret at the rear of the vehicle pointed at four different directions. Compared to Mk.I tank, Mk.A was lighter, faster and cheaper. After its service in 1918, the British Army was greatly encouraged. As an famous example, a single Whippet destroyed an artillery battery, an Observation balloon, the camp of an infantry battalion and a transport column, inflicting heavy casualties. Almost a century later, there are only 5 Mk.A tanks preserved in UK, Belgium, Canada, USA and South Africa. After studying a lot of reference materials, MENGs team now presents the replica of this unique Whippet.This MENG 1/35 British Medium Tank Mk.A Whippet plastic model kit has the following features: the exteriors are perfectly represented; all rivets are replicated; armor plates of the turret can be bent easily; four finely reproduced Hotchkiss machine guns are movable; the track links are cement free; three paint schemes are provided. This MENG model kit perfectly represents the unique WWI Whippet tank. Come on and feel it yourself.
  5. The New Takom Chieftains Are Now In Stock Takom 1:35 - Chieftain Mk 11 Main Battle Tank MBT Takom 1:35 - Chieftain Mk 5 Main Battle Tank MBT Takom 1:35 - Chieftain Mk 10 Main Battle Tank MBT Click on the image or visit our website for all new releases. www.creativemodels.co.uk
  6. The New Meng Models Armoured Monster is Now in stock. The New Meng TS-020 retails at £59.99 with Free UK Mainland 1st Class Post. Kit Information This kit includes precisely reproduced driver’s cabin, engine and other interiors. Traditional cement-free workable tracks are easy to assemble. “Crib” trench crossing device is provided to show its unique history. We believe that this Mk.V will bring a brand new building experience for rhomboid tank fans. 465 parts in light Beige plastic 192 individual track links in Black plastic 50 brass Photo-etch parts 1 length of fine metal chain 4 vinyl poly caps 1 Decal sheet 36 page colour instruction booklet Tank Information In 1916, British and French troops launched the Somme Offensive against German army astride the River Somme in northern France. This battle, one of the bloodiest in human history, has also been remembered because of a new weapon that shocked the German army, the British Mk.I heavy tank. Tank, one of the greatest inventions in the war history of the twentieth century, marked the beginning of a new era of army mechanization. Mark series heavy tanks went through several improvements. The only thing unchanged was their unique rhomboid shape which remained in many people’s memory as the main feature of WWI tanks. In 1917, the British found a new transmission and engine, and then they started to improve Mk.IV tanks. Thanks to the epicyclic gearbox, only one driver was needed to drive the new tank. The tank was powered by a 150hp Ricardo 6 cylinder in-line petrol engine and could drive for 10 hours on a rugged terrain. This new tank was finally designated Mk.V. Mk.V tanks were first used in the Battle of Hamel in 1918, when they contributed to a successful assault by Australian units on the German lines. During the development of Mk.V heavy tank model kit, MENG received great supports from The Tank Museum in Bovington, UK. As one of the most famous tank museums in the world, it keeps more than 300 vehicles, including the Mk.V heavy tank (male). MENG’s designers measured the real vehicle and studied a lot of reference materials in order to accurately represent this classic tank. Click on the link to order yours today. http://www.creativemodels.co.uk/meng_model_135_british_heavy_tank_mk_v_male_-p-39761.html Or visit the website for all new releases. www.creativemodels.co.uk
  7. New Limited Edition Aussie Eight Now In Stock £66.99 Scale kit of Spitfire Mk.VIII in Australian service Code named Aussie Eight Model Information Plastic Parts: Eduard Number Of Decal Options: 30 Decals: Cartograf, Eduard stencils Photo-Etch Parts Included: Colour Painting Mask Included Resin Parts Included: Wheels (2 pairs) Includes book about Australian Spitfires Mk.VIII (104 pages) in English. Click on the images to order or visit our website. www.creativemodels.co.uk
  8. NEW EDUARD SEPTEMBER RELEASES NOW IN STOCK EDK1188 - Eduard LTD EDT 1:48 - Aussie Eight / Spitfire Mk.VII (Dual Combo) £66.99 EDK7055 - Eduard Kits 1:72 - UTI MiG-15 (ProfiPACK) £12.99 EDK8425 - Eduard Weekend 1:48 - SPAD XIII £17.99 EDBIG3585 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:35 - T-34/85 (ACA13290) £14.99 EDBIG5329 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:350 - HMS Illustrious (AIR14201) £56.99 EDBIG49131 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:48 - MiG-23MLD (TRU02856) £40.99 EDBIG49132 -Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:48 - Spitfire Mk.I (AIR05126) £24.99 EDBIG49133 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:48 - Spitfire Mk.XVI (EDK1198) £19.99 EDB632061 - Eduard Brassin 1:32 - Mosquito FB Mk.IV Wheels (HKM) £7.75 EDB632062 - Eduard Brassin 1:32 - Mosquito FB Mk.IV Exhaust Stacks (HKM) £4.50 EDB632064 - Eduard Brassin 1:32 - Spitfire Mk.II Cockpit (Revell) £25.99 EDB648194 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - AM-39 Exocet £7.75 EDB648208 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - F-4C Ejection Seats (Academy) £9.50 EDB648224 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - Mk.81 Bombs £7.75 EDB648226 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - LAU-10/A ZUNI £7.75 EDB648227 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - MER £7.75 EDB648228 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - F-4J Cockpit (Academy) £20.99 EDB672068 - Eduard Brassin 1:72 - MiG-15 Fuel Tanks 300L (Eduard) £3.99 EDB672074 - Eduard Brassin 1:72 - Mk.84 Bombs - Retard Fin £5.25 EDB672078 - Eduard Brassin 1:72 - F-4J Wheels (Academy) £4.50 Plus All The Following New Photo-etch EDP17039 - Eduard Photoetch 1:700 - HMS Dreadnought 1915 (TRU06705) - £15.99 EDP17530 - Eduard Photoetch 1:700 - Navel Figures Royal Navy - £7.99 EDP32845 - Eduard Photoetch 1:32 - Mosquito Mk.VI Seatbelts (TAM60326) - £7.50 EDP32846 - Eduard Photoetch 1:32 - Mosquito Mk.VI Seatbelts FABRIC (TAM60326) - £8.75 EDP48854 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - A-10C Exterior (ITA2725) - £16.99 EDP48855 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - F-4D Air Brakes (ACA12300) - £9.99 EDP48856 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - F-4D Exterior (ACA12300) - £13.99 EDP49728 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - A-10C Interior S.A. (ITA2725) - £13.99 EDP49729 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - F-4D Interior S.A. (ACA12300) - £15.99 EDP49730 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - F-4D Seatbelts (ACA12300) - £7.75 EDP49731 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - UH-1Y S.A. (KH80124) - £15.99 EDP49732 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - UH-1Y Seatbelts (KH80124) - £8.99 EDP72606 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - Whitley Mk.V Landing Flaps (AIR08016) - £12.99 EDP72607 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - UTI MiG-15 Landing Flaps (EDK7055) - £7.75 EDP72608 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - UTI MiG-15 Exterior (EDK7055) - £7.75 EDP72609 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - He 111P-2 Exterior (AIR06014) - £15.99 EDP72610 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - He 111P-2 Bomb Bay (AIR06014) - £15.99 EDP73531 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - Whitley Mk.V S.A. (AIR08016) - £13.99 EDP73532 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - He 111P-2 Interior S.A. (AIR06014) - £13.99 EDPFE729 - Eduard Photoetch (Zoom) 1:48 - F-4D Interior S.A. (ACA12300) - £8.25 EDPFE731 - Eduard Photoetch (Zoom) 1:48 - UH-1Y Interior S.A. (KH80124) - £7.75 EDPFE728 - Eduard Photoetch (Zoom) 1:48 -A-10C Interior S.A. (ITA2725) - £7.75 EDPSS532 - Eduard Photoetch (Zoom) 1:72 - He 111P-2 Interior S.A. (AIR08016) - £7.75 Visit The Website For All New Releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
  9. NEW TRUMPETER RELEASES NOW IN STOCK TRU05338 - Trumpeter 1:350 - Russian Tsesarevich Battleship 1904 £47.99 TRU01550 - Trumpeter 1:35 - T-62 Mod 1975 KMT-6 Mine Plough £32.99 TRU02335 - Trumpeter 1:35 - PLA Type 59 103mm Towed Field Gun £29.99 TRU05770 - Trumpeter 1:700 - USS Maryland BB-46 1945 Colorado Class Battleship £29.99 TRU05799 - Trumpeter 1:700 - HMS Malaya 1943 £29.99 Visit the website for all new releases. www.creativemodels.co.uk
  10. New Hobbyboss Releases Now In Stock. HBB81734 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - Hawk T Mk.67 £24.99 HBB83836 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet GAZ-AA Cargo Truck £29.99 HBB81710 - Hobbyboss 1:48 - A-6E TRAM Intruder £49.99 HBB83842 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet T-35 Heavy Tank - Before 1938 £44.99 HBB83862 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Schneider CA - Armored £29.99 HBB83865 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet T-38 Amphibious Light Tank £24.99 HBB83861 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Schneider CA - Early £29.99 HBB87259 - Hobbyboss 1:72 - French Jaguar E £24.99 HBB83819 - Hobbyboss 1:35 - Soviet T-37 Amphibious £22.99 Click on the images for more information or visit the website for all new releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
  11. Trumpeter and Takom New Releases Now In Stock. Trumpeter New Releases TRU01672 - Trumpeter 1:72 - Su-24MR Fencer-E £33.99 TRU02895 - Trumpeter 1:48 - De Havilland Sea Hornet NF.21 £27.99 TRU05542 - Trumpeter 1:35 - Soviet 1K17 Szhatie £55.99 Takom New Releases TAK02021 - Takom 1:35 - German Feldumschlaggerat Fug 2.5T (Forklift) 4 in 1 kit £44.99 TAK02022 - Takom 1:35 - Ukraine KrAZ-6322 Late £47.99 TAK02023 - Takom 1:35 - German 12.8cm FlaK 40 Zwilling £53.99 TAK02024 - Takom 1:35 - Skoda PA-II 'Turtle' WWI Tank £27.99 TAK02025 - Takom 1:35 - British 'Whippet' Mk A WWI Medium Tank £47.99 TAK02032 - Takom 1:35 - Krupp 21cm Morser 10/16 2in1 £33.99 Visit the website for more information www.creativemodels.co.uk
  12. Brand New Vallejo Paints Coming soon. Including the First Water-Based Metallic Colours Water - Based Aluminium Colours Metal Colours Metal Colour is a range of 18 water- based metallic colours, especially designed for airbrushing. In the development of this new and innovative range, the latest generation of aluminium pigments has been used in a specifically designed formula to produce colours of exceptional resistance and adherence to plastics and metal. Can be applied directly on models without the need for the use of a primer, although in the case of fuselages and components for airplane models it is recommended to first apply a glossy Black Primer to bring forth the unique and special quality of the aluminium finish. Packaging: In 32ml. bottles with a flip-top/dropper closure. 71187 Old and New Wood Effects (by Scratchmod) Model Air This Colour Set with 8 acrylic colours of 17ml bottles includes step by step instructions designed to help the modeller in creating new wood and old grey-silver weathered wood effects. The wood colours can be used for fences, boxes, crates, and tool handles, etc. The old wood colours will help replicate much older and more weathered wood. 72302 Non Death Chaos (by Angel Giraldez) Game Colour New presentation of our set Non Death Chaos, now including detailed step by step painting instructions with photographs by Angel Giraldez. The set contains 8 Game Colours for painting the miniature figures of the ghosts, zombies, monsters, vampires, demons and other malignant creatures of the night. 72865 Face Painting (by Angel Giraldez) Game Air This set contains 8 Game Air airbrush ready colours, 4 of which have been developed especially for this set. Includes detailed step by step painting instructions by Angel Giraldez and photographs showing the process of painting male and female faces. Game Air: 4 New Colours The colours in the range have been selected in collaboration with modellers specialized in fantasy figures and dioramas, and the existing colours in the Game Air range have been taken into particular consideration. The names and shades of the most popular colours of Game Colour have been maintained in Game Air, using the formulation and resins employed for Model Air (see Equivalency Table below). In the colour chart we include a diagram of the most frequent colour combinations: base colour, light and shadow. 71155 US NAVY & USMC Colours from 70’ to present Model Air Model Air colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the aircraft profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza Modelling Workshop”. The set with 8 Model Air colours is developed to paint the colour schemes of most of the US NAVY and USMC aircraft in service since the seventies to the present. 71156 USAF Colours “Grey Schemes” from 70’s to present Model Air Model Air colours developed on the basis of intensive research and precise colour matching with the Federal Standard 595 colour specifications. The sets include the colours for the aircraft profiles and camouflage patterns drawn by Mark Rolfe. With the collaboration of “Pieza a Pieza Modelling Workshop”. The set with 8 Model Air colours, is developed to paint low visibility grey colour schemes (“Hill”, “Mod Eagle”, “Ghost”, etc.) of the USAF aircraft from the seventies to the present. 71164 Luftwaffe Maritime and Tropical Colours Model Air RLM (Reichs Luftfahrt Ministerium) colours with new formulations, revised on the basis of an extensive study and review of the exact shades of the available documentation and most recent bibliographic. The new RLM sets include profiles of the aircraft by Mark Rolfe, showing the various RLM colour combinations used in the camouflage patterns, as well as information about their application and purpose. With the collaboration of the “Pieza a Pieza Modelling Workshop”. This set with 8 Model Air colours is developed for the painting of Luftwaffe camouflage patterns developed for aircraft in maritime deployment (hydroplanes, bombers and reconnaissance, etc.) as well as for the colours used for any type of aircraft operating in the North African campaign and the Mediterranean zone starting in 1941. * These new sets replace earlier versions and include in some cases new colours. 71165 Luftwaffe Pre-War to 1941 Model Air RLM (Reichs Luftfahrt Ministerium) colour with new formulations, revised on the basis of an extensive study and review of the exact shades of the available documentation and most recent bibliographies. The new RLM sets include profiles of the aircraft by Mark Rolfe, showing the various RLM colour combinations used in the camouflage patterns, as well as information about their application and purpose. With the collaboration of the “Pieza a Pieza Modelling Workshop”. This set with 8 Model Air colours is developed for camouflage patterns of any type WWII Luftwaffe aircraft previous to the WWII and the Spanish Civil War (Condor Legion), as well as for the campaigns and initial phases of the conflict in Poland, Northern Europe, and the battles of France and England. 71166 Luftwaffe Colours 1941 to End-War Model Air RLM (Reichs Luftfahrt Ministerium) colours with new formulations, revised on the basis of an extensive study and review of the exact shades of the available documentation and most recent bibliographies. The new RLM sets include profiles of the aircraft by Mark Rolfe, showing the various RLM colour combinations used in the camouflage patterns, as well as information about their application and purpose. With the collaboration of the “Pieza a Pieza Modelling Workshop”. This set with 8 Model Air colours is developed for camouflage patterns of all Luftwaffe models of fighters (single engine, heavy and night fighters) starting in 1941, as well as the colours employed towards the end of the war (1944-45) on the latest models of interceptors, and on the revolutionary new jets and latest model aircraft. * These new sets replace earlier versions and include in some cases new colours. 26007 + 26008 Front Stand + Corner Stand 26007 - Front Stand: The perfect solution for storing Vallejo colours. This model has space for 52 bottles of Model colour in 17ml size, together with 8 bottles of 35 or 60 ml, and 22 brushes. Easy assembly, does not require glue. Size: Length 13.4” (34cm), Width 8.75” (22.3cm) and Height 4.3” (11cm) 26008 - Corner Stand: The perfect solution for storing Vallejo colours. This corner model has space for 28 bottles of Model Colour in the 17ml size, together with 16 bottles of 35 or 60 ml one 200ml bottle and 26 brushes. Easy assembly, does not require glue. Size: Length 10.6” (27cm), Width 10.6” (27cm) and Height 4.3” (11cm) 75005 The Rise of Fantasy by Juan J. Barrena (JJ) A practical guide and introduction to the creation of fantasy scenes. this book contains step by step instructions on how to paint a figure and transformation of the figures, as well as the composition of the backgrounds, with points on highlighting the various elements of the composition, and on the portrayal of water, land, wood and rusted metal and general scenery.
  13. New Vallejo Metal Colour Range Now In Stock Paints are £5.99 each and Primers are £3.50each Click On The Link Below www.creativemodels.co.uk
  14. Pre-Order The New Masterbox Model Kits Due In This Month. MAS35114 - Masterbox 1:35 - British Infantry, Before the attack, WWI era £14.99 MAS35122 - Masterbox 1:35 - Skull Clan - Death Angels, Desert Battle Series £9.99 MAS35173 - Masterbox 1:35 - French Soldier, WWII era £9.99 MAS35178 - Masterbox 1:35 - German Motorcyclists, WWII era £10.99 Or Visit The Website For All New Releases www.creativemodels.co.uk
  15. We Have had a restock of the Miniart Range Plus 4 New Releases MIN35195 - Miniart 1:35 - US Army Bulldozer £36.99 MIN35192 - Miniart 1:35 - German Artillery Crew (Special Edition) £8.99 MIN35176 - Miniart 1:35 - Rest On Motorcycle £16.99 MIN35164 - Miniart 1:35 - GAZ-05 194 Ambulance £36.99 Click On The Link Below To Go To The Full Range Of Miniart http://www.creativemodels.co.uk/miniart-m-46.html
  16. The New Eduard Releases For August Are Now In Stock. EDK3741 - Eduard Weekend 1:35 - Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf. B Tiger II £33.99 EDK1194 - Eduard LTD EDT 1:48 - Yak-1B £26.99 EDK4443 - Eduard Super44 1:144 - MiG-15 (Dual Combo) £10.99 EDK8127 - Eduard Profipack 1:48 - Bristol Fighter £21.99 EDK7077 - Eduard Profipack 1:72 - F6F-5 Hellcat £16.99 EDB632059 - Eduard Brassin 1:32 - Spandau WWI Gun £6.99 EDB648172 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - GBU-10 Paveway II £7.50 EDB648216 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - Spitfire Mk.XVI Gun Bays (EDK1198) £9.99 EDB648217 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - Spitfire Mk.XVI Engine (EDK1198) £22.99 EDB648221 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - Mk.84 Bombs Retarded Fin £6.99 EDB648223 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - Mk.77 Bombs £7.50 EDB648229 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - Hurricane Mk.I Wheels (AIR05127) £4.50 EDB648230 - Eduard Brassin 1:48 - Hurricane Mk.I Exhaust Stacks (AIR05127) £4.50 EDB672060 - Eduard Brassin 1:72 - AM-39 Exocet £4.99 EDB672075 - Eduard Brassin 1:72 - Beaufighter Mk.X Wheels (AIR04019) £4.50 EDB672076 - Eduard Brassin 1:72 - Beaufighter Mk.X Exhausts (AIR04019) £2.99 EDSIN67206 - Eduard BIGSIN 1:72 - Avia B.534 (Eduard) £5.99 EDBIG3353 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:35 - MH-60S (ACA12120) £49.99 EDBIG3351 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:32 - Ju 87A (TRU03213) £17.99 EDBIG3352 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:32 - F-86D (KH32007) £39.99 EDBIG49129 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:48 - F-106A (TRU02891) £16.99 EDBIG49130 - Eduard Big Ed Sets 1:48 - AH-1Z (KH80125) £20.99 Also All The Photoetch & Masks For This Month. EDP53142 - Eduard Photoetch 1:350 - USS CV-5 Yorktown Part 3 Superstructure (MRT65301) £19.99 EDP53143 - Eduard Photoetch 1:350 - USS CV-5 Yorktown Part 4 Flight Deck (MRT65301) £20.99 EDP32373 - Eduard Photoetch 1:32 - Fw190F-8 Wheel Bay (RV04869) £11.99 EDP32374 - Eduard Photoetch 1:32 - Fw190F-8 Armament (RV04869) £11.99 EDP32375 - Eduard Photoetch 1:32 - Fw190F-8 Engine (RV04869) £15.99 EDP32376 - Eduard Photoetch 1:32 - Mosquito Mk.IV Bomb Bay (HKM01E015) £18.99 EDP32377 - Eduard Photoetch 1:32 - Mosquito Mk.IV Exterior / Engines (HKM01E015) £20.99 EDP32844 - Eduard Photoetch 1:32 - Fw190F-8 Seatbelts (Fabric) (RV04869) £7.50 EDP36324 - Eduard Photoetch 1:35 - Pz.Kpfw. VI Ausf. B Tiger II Upgrade Set (EDK3741) £12.99 EDP36325 - Eduard Photoetch 1:35 - Horch (ICM35505) £13.99 EDP48853 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - Yak-1B Upgrade Set (Eduard) £15.99 EDP49087 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - Seatbelts USN WWII Beige (SuperFabric) £4.50 EDP49088 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - Seatbelts RFC WWI (SuperFabric) £4.50 EDP49727 - Eduard Photoetch 1:48 - U-2/Po-2 S.A (ICM) £9.99 EDP72604 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - F-4J Air Brakes (ACA12515) £5.50 EDP72605 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - C-54 Exterior (RV04877) £16.99 EDP73032 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - Seatbelts Luftwaffe WWII Bombers (Superfabric) £3.50 EDP73528 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - F-4J S.A (ACA12515) £16.99 EDP73529 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - C-54 Interior (RV04877) £13.99 EDP73530 - Eduard Photoetch 1:72 - C-54 Cargo Interior (RV04877) £15.99 EDPSS528 - Eduard Photoetch (Zoom) 1:72 - F-4J Interior S.A. (ACA12515) £8.99 EDPSS529 - Eduard Photoetch (Zoom) 1:72 - C-54 Interior (RV04877) £7.50 EDMCX417 - Eduard Masks 1:72 - F-4J (ACA12515) £3.99 EDMCX418 - Eduard Masks 1:72 - C-54 (RV04877) £5.75 EDMEX471 - Eduard Masks 1:48 - U-2/Po-2 (ICM) £2.99 EDMEX472 - Eduard Masks 1:48 - Spitfire Camo Scheme B (Airfix) £8.99 EDMEX473 - Eduard Masks 1:48 - Hurricane Camo Scheme B (Airfix) £8.99 Click on the images to go straight to the products or visit the website on the link below www.creativemodels.co.uk Thank you for looking
  17. LED Cordless Folding Lamp An energy efficient LED Rechargeable lamp with Dimmer Feature This portable, compact lamp is ideal for reading, craft, hobby as well as office use. It features a dimmable task light as well as a useful smaller night light Lamp Features • Dimmable LED task lighting & smaller night light • Portable & Rechargeable • Energy efficient – Low heat emission • Mini stand for desk use or hanging slot for night light • 2m USB cable for use through Computer/Laptop • Mains UK/EU Plug with USB slot SPECIFICATIONS VOLTAGES AVAILABLE: 220v – 240v, 50Hz VOLTAGE/CURRENT: DC5v, 500mA; 3w max LAMP SIZE: 270 x 51 x 53mm COLOUR TEMPERATURE: 5700~6300 Kelvin SWITCH: Touch switch with dimmer function for main light & small night light CHARGE TIME: 3 hours from empty CORDLESS UASAGE TIME: 100% light 1.5hrs; 50% light 3hrs; 10% light 8hrs USB CABLE: 2m (6’6”) for use with Computer/Laptop MAINS PLUG – UK/EU OPTION: USB Output Max.0.5A, 5V; Input: AC100~240V, 50~60Hz
  18. We have now got in the Four New Vallejo Game Air Colours. Vallejo 72769 - Flesh Vallejo 72770 - Burned Flesh Vallejo 72771 - Barbarian Flesh Vallejo 72772 - Red Terracotta The colours in the range have been selected in collaboration with modellers specialized in fantasy figures and dioramas, and the existing colours in the Game Air range have been taken into particular consideration. The names and shades of the most popular colours of Game Colour have been maintained in Game Air, using the formulation and resins employed for Model Air (see Equivalency Table below). In the colour chart we include a diagram of the most frequent colour combinations: base colour, light and shadow.
  19. Lion Roar Photo-etch and Upgrade Clearance We have just updated our stocks on all of our Great Wall Hobby / Lion Roar photo-etch, which we are selling at clearance prices on our website in the Great Wall Hobby Manufacturers section. All these kits are included in the spend over £30.00 and the postage is free for all Mainland UK. All prices have already been changed to show the discounted price. Click on the link to have a look. http://www.creativemodels.co.uk/great_wall_hobby-m-87.html Why not have a look and grab a bargain. Creative Models Ltd
  20. New Heller Kits Due In To Stock In August. HEL49893G - Heller 1:72 Gift Set - Tiger I (Late) £12.99 HEL79893 - Heller 1:72 - Tiger I Late £9.99 HEL80257 - Heller 1:72 - Alpha Jet £9.99 Click on the link below or click on the pictures www.creativemodels.co.uk
  21. The Armoured Monster Due into stock in August PRE-ORDER AVAILABLE In 1916, British and French troops launched the Somme Offensive against German army astride the River Somme in northern France. This battle, one of the bloodiest in human history, has also been remembered because of a new weapon that shocked the German army, the British Mk.I heavy tank. Tank, one of the greatest inventions in the war history of the twentieth century, marked the beginning of a new era of army mechanization. Mark series heavy tanks went through several improvements. The only thing unchanged was their unique rhomboid shape which remained in many people’s memory as the main feature of WWI tanks. In 1917, the British found a new transmission and engine, and then they started to improve Mk.IV tanks. Thanks to the epicyclic gearbox, only one driver was needed to drive the new tank. The tank was powered by a 150hp Ricardo 6 cylinder in-line petrol engine and could drive for 10 hours on a rugged terrain. This new tank was finally designated Mk.V. Mk.V tanks were first used in the Battle of Hamel in 1918, when they contributed to a successful assault by Australian units on the German lines. During the development of Mk.V heavy tank model kit, MENG received great supports from The Tank Museum in Bovington, UK. As one of the most famous tank museums in the world, it keeps more than 300 vehicles, including the Mk.V heavy tank (male). MENG’s designers measured the real vehicle and studied a lot of reference materials in order to accurately represent this classic tank. This kit includes precisely reproduced driver’s cabin, engine and other interiors. Traditional cement-free workable tracks are easy to assemble. “Crib” trench crossing device is provided to show its unique history. We believe that this Mk.V will bring a brand new building experience for rhomboid tank fans. Pre Order Information Pre-order now by clicking on the link below then go through to the check out and select payment by cheque once the item is in stock we will phone you for payment. http://www.creativemodels.co.uk/meng_model_135_british_heavy_tank_mk_v_male_-p-39761.html For UK Mainland customers postage is free over £30 and is Royal Mail 1st Class Post.
  22. The New Meng Models Whippet. Due in September 2015 Thanks to its streamline shape, the beautiful Whippet originated in England can run at a high speed which is hard for common dogs to achieve. So it’s easy to see what British designers expected when they named a tank Whippet. In 1916, many problems were exposed in the first combat of British Mk.I tank. The dissatisfied British Army started to develop a new tank to complement the slower Mk.I tank. William Tritton (1875-1946), one of the creators of tank, was in charge of this project. The War Office called this project the Tritton Chaser, and Tritton called it Whippet. In October 1917, the first Mk.A Whippet medium tank rolled off the production line. It was 6.1m long, 2.6m wide and 14t heavy. It had a crew of 3. Two 45hp Tylor gasoline engines were placed at the front. Because of its small fuel tank, some fuel containers were hung on the hull. Four Hotchkiss machine guns of the polygonal turret at the rear of the vehicle pointed at four different directions. Compared to Mk.I tank, Mk.A was lighter, faster and cheaper. After its service in 1918, the British Army was greatly encouraged. As an famous example, a single Whippet destroyed an artillery battery, an Observation balloon, the camp of an infantry battalion and a transport column, inflicting heavy casualties. Almost a century later, there are only 5 Mk.A tanks preserved in UK, Belgium, Canada, USA and South Africa. After studying a lot of reference materials, MENG's team now presents the replica of this unique Whippet. This MENG 1/35 British Medium Tank Mk.A Whippet plastic model kit has the following features: the exteriors are perfectly represented; all rivets are replicated; armour plates of the turret can be bent easily; four finely reproduced Hotchkiss machine guns are movable; the track links are cement free; three paint schemes are provided. This MENG model kit perfectly represents the unique WWI Whippet tank. Please can you give us your opinion's to what you think about this kit.
  23. We Have Had Today The New Releases From Meng. MNGDS-001 - Meng Model 1:72 - Kayaba Ku-4 Ram-Jet Fighter £12.99 MNGDS-002 - Meng Model 1:72 - Mansyu Ki-98 Attack Aircraft £19.99 MNGTS-016 - Meng Model 1:35 - German Main Battle Tank Leopard 2 A4 £49.99 MNGTS-018 - Meng Model 1:35 - Soviet T-10M Heavy Tank £49.99 MNGTS-019 - Meng Model 1:35 - German Panzerhaubitze 2000 Self-Propelled Howitzer W/add on Armour £49.99 These are all booked in and all orders paid for before 2pm will be sent out the same day. All orders over £30 comes with free UK Mainland 1st Class Post. Click on the images or click on the link below to go to our website. www.creativemodels.co.uk
  24. Soviet T-26 light tank Hobbyboss 1:35 History The T-26 tank was a Soviet light infantry tank used during many conflicts of the 1930s as well as during World War II. It was a development of the British Vickers 6-Ton tank and is widely considered one of the most successful tank designs of the 1930s. It was produced in greater numbers than any other tank of the period, with more than 11,000 manufactured. During the 1930s, the USSR developed a record number of 53 variants of the T-26, including different combat vehicles based on its chassis (flame-throwing tanks, combat engineer vehicles, remotely controlled tanks, self-propelled guns, artillery tractors, armoured carriers). Twenty-three of these were series-produced, others were experimental models. The T-26 together with the BT was the main tank of the Red Army's armoured forces during the interwar period. Though nearly obsolete by the beginning of World War II, the T-26 was the most important tank of the Spanish Civil War and played a significant role during the Battle of Lake Khasan in 1938 as well as in the Winter War in 1939–40. The T-26 was the most numerous type of tank in the Red Army's armoured force during the German invasion of the Soviet Union in June 1941. The T-26 participated in combats with the Germans and their allies during the Battle of Moscow in winter 1941/1942, the Battle of Stalingrad and the Battle of the Caucasus in 1942–1943; some tank units of the Leningrad Front used their T-26s until 1944. On the eve of World War II, T-26s served mainly in separate light tank brigades (each brigade had 256–267 T-26s) and in separate tank battalions of rifle divisions (one company of T-26s consisted of 10-15 tanks). This was the type of tank units that participated in the Soviet invasion of Poland in September 1939 and in the Winter War of December 1939-March 1940. The Winter War proved that the T-26 was obsolete and its design reserve was totally depleted. Finnish anti-tank guns easily penetrated the T-26's thin anti-bullet armour, and tank units equipped with the T-26 suffered significant losses during the breakthrough of the Mannerheim Line, in which the flame-throwing tanks based on the T-26 chassis played a significant role. On June 1, 1941 the Red Army had 10,268 T-26 light tanks of all models, including armoured combat vehicles based on the T-26 chassis. T-26s composed a majority of the fighting vehicles in Soviet mechanised corps of border military districts. For instance, the Western Special Military District had 1,136 T-26 tanks on June 22, 1941 (52% of all tanks in the district). The T-26 (mod. 1938/39, especially) could withstand German tanks (except the Panzer III and Panzer IV) participating in Operation Barbarossa in June 1941. The majority of the Red Army's T-26s were lost in the first months of the German-Soviet War, mainly to enemy artillery and air strikes. Many tanks broke down for technical reasons and lack of spare parts. Nevertheless, the remaining T-26s participated in combats with the Germans and their allies during the Battle of Moscow in winter 1941/1942, the Battle of Stalingrad and the Battle of the Caucasus in 1942–1943. Some tank units of the Leningrad Front used their T-26 tanks until 1944. The defeat of the Japanese Kwantung Army in Manchuria in August 1945 was the last military operation in which Soviet T-26s were used. The Model The kit comes in Trumpeters standard top opening, and quite attractive box, with an artistic representation of the tank in action during the Spanish Civil War. Inside there are fourteen sprues of green coloured styrene, twenty four brown sprues of track pins, a bag of track links, a small clear sprue and a small photo etch sheet. The parts are really well moulded with no flash and only a few moulding pips needing removal. Although not to everyones taste, the track links, whilst pretty small, are beautifully moulded, but note, there are 240 of them, which can be a bit daunting. As with most tank builds this one starts with the drive sprockets, idlers and road wheels. The sprockets appear rather complex items, each being constructed from an outer rim, hub cap six internal spigots, a poly cap and the inner rim. The idler wheels aren’t as bad, being made up of inner and outer rims and an internal poly cap. The single piece road wheels are just joined together to make up pairs of wheels. The rest of the road wheel suspension is then assembled. Each axle has two pairs of wheels sandwiched between inner and outer castings and pinned. Two axle assemblies are then fixed between a pair of leaf spring suspension arms followed by the fitting of the main torsion arm. Having made up four of these multiple units they can then be fitted to the lower hull along with the eight double wheeled return rollers and their suspension fixings. To the front and rear of the lower hull the sprocket and idler wheel axel housings are fitted, before the wheels themselves can be attached. Still on the lower hull, the front and rear deck plates are attached, along with the shackle mounts and shackles. The centre section of the upper hull is made up of four outer plates and the top plate. This assembly, once built up is added to the lower hull. On the rear decking a large air filter and grille is attached. Then it’s onto building the tracks. Seeing how awkward the individual links can be, Trumpeter provided a plastic building plank to connect the links together and hold them in place in preparation for the track pins to be fitted. Once the tracks are complete it should be possible to add them after the rest of the build has been completed, which will aid painting. Back to the main build, an angled part is fitted to one side of the drivers position, to which the two parts of the drivers hatch are attached. To the rear, the seven part exhaust pipe and brackets are added, whilst the engine cover grille is fitted to the engine deck. The fenders and track guards need holes drilling out before fitting. To the track guards the support brackets are attached along with the air horn to the left hand side of the upper hull. On each track guard several pioneer tools, jack and jack handle are fitted, again with PE straps. Two spare road wheels are fitted to the rear decking with a PE strap and the three piece headlamp, cover and clear lense are fitted to the front decking. The turret is built up of two side halves, top mantle surround and rear. Several holes need to be opened up for the turret mounted aerial. The gun mantle and its elevating internal parts are assembled and attached to the mantle surround. To the top of the turret the main hatches are fitted, as are three eye pieces, air vent and periscope. Finally the gun support, lower armoured protection, main gun, co-axial machine gun and main aerial are attached. The completed turret is then fitted to the tank hull, completing the build. Photo Etch The small etch sheet included in the kit contains straps for some of the tools and spare wheels, grille for the engine intake, angle for the starboard track guard, straps for both track guards, and a couple of hooks and eyes. [size=4Decals[/size] The decal sheet provides two options for tanks that served in the Spanish Civil War. One in all over green with three slogans on the turret, right hand upper hull and front left upper hull. The second is more colourful, being green overall, but with a right turret roof with black republican cross, Spanish colours on turret bustle, mantle and the Spanish flag on the hull sides. Conclusion I really like Russian tanks from the 1930’s and early 40’s and this one really fits the bill. The construction is quite complex for such a kit, but it certainly gives value for money for such a small tank and will give hours of fun. The fact that the decal options are for the tanks used in the Spanish Civil War makes it even more interesting. Recommended Review sample courtesy of
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