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  1. Hawker Hunter in RAF Service (FPAF72-001 & FPAF48-001) 1:72 & 1:48 Airfile Decals by Fantasy Printshop Arising from a post war specification during a period where the prevailing government thought there wouldn’t be another conflict for a decade or more, the Hunter took some time to develop into the aircraft we know and love due to the rapid development of aviation at the time and a constant search for better performance. Eventually, the Hunter F.1 reached prototype during the scramble for capable jet aircraft at the time of the Korean war. The F.1 morphed into a single F.3 whilst still developing rapidly until the F.4 came along with additional fuel tanks in the wings and a more powerful variant of the Sapphire engine. Development continued apace with the F.5 following on with another variant of the engine, and so it went on into the F.6 and beyond. Needless to say, the Hunter became very popular during its extensive service both in the UK and abroad, and that popularity has barely diminished since it went out of service and into airshows and museums. This decal set is just the tonic for anyone with a well-developed soft-spot for the Hunter, as it contains thirty-four markings options, rather than the 32 it advertises on the front of the sheet. The options are split between various marks, as shamelessly lifted directly from their website, as follows: F.1 (three), F.4 (sixteen), F.5 (four), F.6 (seven), FGA.9 (two), and FR.10 (two), although the FR.10 options aren’t on the profiles. The set arrives in an A5+ Ziploc bag, with two full-sized sheets of decals protected by six sheets of folded A4 instructions that are mostly printed on both sides in full colour. Each option has two side profiles from left and right, and at the rear of the instructions are all the top and bottom profiles that you’ll need to accurately paint your model. Each option has suggested colours in the caption, as well as any relevant information about the decals themselves. From the sheets you can build the following: F.Mk.1, WT588 P of 43 (China British) Sqn., RAF Leuchars, January 1955 F.Mk.1, WT615 O of 222 (Natal) Sqn., RAF Leuchars, January 1955 F.Mk.1, WT692 S of 54 Sqn., RAF Odiham, 1956 F.Mk.4, WV275 D of Sqn.Ldr. Roy Chapman IV (AC) Sqn., RAF Jever, West Germany, 1956 F.Mk.4, WW663 H of CO 14 Sqn., RAF Alhorn, West Germany, 18th March 1957 F.Mk.4, XF976 B of Gordon Browne, 3 Sqn., RAF Geilenkirchen, West Germany, 13th May 1957 F.Mk.4, WV255 X of Nigel R Walpole 26 Sqn., RAF Gutersloh, West Germany, 1959 F.Mk.4, XE713 E of 66 Sqn., RAF Acklington, 1959 F.Mk.4, XF313 G of 71 Sqn., RAF Bruggen, West Germany, December 1956 F.Mk.4, XF368 C of 3 Sqn., RAF Geilenkirchen, West Germany during maintenance at RAF North Weald, 21st August 1957 F.Mk.4, WV269 H of 74 (Trinidad) Sqn., RAF Horsham St Faith during Exercise Valiant, May 1957 F.Mk.4, WV314 B of 92 (East India) Sqn., RAF Linton-on-Ouse, 1956 F.Mk.4, WV267 R of 93 Sqn., RAF Jever, West Germany, 1957 F.Mk.4, WT802 P of 98 Sqn., RAF Jever, West Germany, 1957 F.Mk.4, XF317 U of FO Mike McEvoy of B Flight, 67 Sqn., RAF Bruggen, West Germany, April 1957 F.Mk.4, WW651 F of 111 Sqn., RAF North Weald, 1956 F.Mk.4, WT748 S of 118 Sqn., RAF Jever, West Germany, 11th April 1957 F.Mk.4, XF295 C of 130 (Punjab) Sqn., RAF Bruggen, West Germany 1956 F.Mk.4, XE689 K of 234 (Madras Presidency) Sqn., RAF Geilenkirchen, West Germany, May 1957 F.Mk.5, WP119 T of 1 (Fighter) Sqn., RAF Tangmere, 1955 F.Mk.5, WP130 S of 34 Sqn., RAF Tangmere, based at RAF Nicosia, Cyprus during Operation Musketeer, November 1956 F.Mk.5, WN966 M of 41 Sqn., RAF Biggin Hill, 1956 F.Mk.5, WP123 B of 56 (Punjab) Sqn., RAF Waterbeach, 1956 F.Mk.6, XF383 of 12 Sqn., RAF Honigton, July 1984 F.Mk.6, XJ680 A of 20 Sqn., RAF Gutersloh, West Germany, June 1959 F.Mk.6, XE647 E of 63 Sqn., RAF Waterbeach, October 1958 F.Mk.6, XK149 44 of 79 Sqn., RAF Brawdy, late 1970s F.Mk.6, XF383 14 of 220 OCU (145 Sqn.), RAF Duxford, August 1960 F.Mk.6, XG185 74 of 4 Fighter Training School, RAF Valley, 1974 F.Mk.6, XF438 H of 208 Sqn., RAF Tangmere, 1959 FGA.Mk.9, XF421 C of 8 Sqn., RAF Khormaksar, Aden, 1962 FGA.Mk.9, XF376 Q of 8 Sqn., RAF Khormaksar, Aden, seen in Kuwait during the first ‘Gulf Crisis’, 1961 FR.Mk.10, XF460 R/B of 1417 (Fighter Reconnaissance) Flight, RAF Khormaksar, Aden, July 1967 FR.Mk.10, XF457 T of II (AC) Sqn., RAF Jever, West Germany, September 1970 (E&OE that’s a lot of technical typing & odd names) Decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop in-house, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. You’ll need to use your kit’s stencils and other markings, as it’s outside the scope of this set. That’s a substantial portion of the RAF’s inventory, with research carried out by well-known aviation expert Neil Robinson, and illustrated by Jon Freeman. Conclusion If you have the hots for Hunters, and I know many of us do, this is a great set to assuage your Hunter-building urges, and it also includes several well-known airframes and pilots. It’s available in both 1:72 and 1:48, with appropriate changes in pricing due to the area of the decal sheets in the larger scale. Highly recommended. 1:72 FPAF72-001 1:72 FPAF48-001 Review sample courtesy of
  2. Rocket and Missile Bands (FP652) 1:32 Fantasy Printshop Rockets and missiles. They have coloured bands applied to them alongside the stencils to signify the type of weapon and the ‘filling’ that is within them. Sometimes it’s as simple as whether they’re live ordnance that goes bang, or training rounds that are often filled with concrete, other times it’s more complex, which although it varies at times between countries, the yellow ones tend to be live rounds. Often kits come with a set of stencils for the weapons, but older kits might not, so whether you didn’t get stencils or just want some different colours from the ones supplied, this set will be of interest. You also might have screwed up the stencils that came with your kit, but we won’t talk about that. The decal sheet arrives in a small Ziploc bag, and within is an A5 sheet of blue decal paper with bands in various colours and widths printed on it for you to cut to length and use on your models. You get yellow, blue, brown, silver, green and black, and the width of each one is given at the top of the line. You’ll need to don your spectacles for some of the informative text though, as the dot in the 0.9mm is hard to see with my old eyes, especially without the leading zero. Fortuitously, the most useful widths have been supplied in multiples, but they go all the way up to 3mm or 4mm in some colours, in increments to suit most occasions, with a length that will last you quite a few missiles or bombs, even at this larger scale. Decals are printed in-house at Fantasy Printshop, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas, and a piece of absorbent paper protecting them. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  3. North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Part 4 (ED32-134) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop The F-100 began life as a development of the F-86 Sabre with a more sharply swept wing to achieve supersonic speeds, but it evolved into a completely different airframe before it was accepted into service, being much more than just a supersonic Sabre. It fought extensively in Vietnam, then later in Air National Guard (ANG) units as well as some overseas sales. The last airframe flew in US service at the end of the 70s, with the overseas aircraft carrying on for a few more years into the 80s, after which a lot of them found their way into air museums around the world. Fantasy Printshop’s Euro Decals line have created some sheets for the fans of the Hun during its service, including the many ANG units, which often sported colourful markings on their shiny metal airframes. We now have four sheets in all of the major scales, namely 1:72, 1:48 and 1:32 with identical subjects in each scale, just a change of the size and layout of the sheets, and price due to the obvious increase in decal real-estate. The set arrives in a Ziploc bag with a cover sheet and two pages of A4 colour instructions inside (one side per airframe), plus the two sheets of decals printed on shiny blue decal paper. The common national markings are printed on the one sheet, while the airframe specific markings are on the other. Each sheet is protected by a sheet of wax paper to keep condensation at bay. This set contains decals for the following subjects: #55-2950 flown by Col. C Banburt, Wing Commander of 81st Tactical Fighter Sqn., 50th Tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force, Toul-Rosieres Air Force Base, 1958 #56-3417 of 356th Tactical Fighter Sqn., 354th tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force Europe, Aviano Air Base, Italy, 1960 #56-3020 of 390th Fighter Bomber Sqn., 366th Fighter Bomber Wing, US Air Force, England Air Force Base, USA 1957-59 Decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop as you’d expect, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. Conclusion There’s a good choice of schemes and locations between this sheet and the preceding sets, plus plenty of assistance with painting the rest of the airframe surrounding the three good-sized profiles that accompany each decal option. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  4. North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Pt.2 & Part 3 (ED32-132 & ED32-133) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop The F-100 began life as a development of the F-86 Sabre with a more sharply swept wing to achieve supersonic speeds, but it evolved into a completely different airframe before it was accepted into service, being much more than just a supersonic Sabre. It fought extensively in Vietnam, then later in Air National Guard (ANG) units as well as some overseas sales. The last airframe flew in US service at the end of the 70s, with the overseas aircraft carrying on for a few more years into the 80s, after which a lot of them found their way into air museums around the world. Fantasy Printshop’s Euro Decals line have created some sheets for the fans of the Hun during its service, including the many ANG units, which often sported colourful markings on their shiny metal airframes. We now have four sheets in the major scales, namely 1:72, 1:48 with identical subjects in each scale, just a change of the size of the sheets and price due to the obvious increase in decal real-estate. These new sheets are filling in the gaps in 1:32 for the larger scale modeller, so while you’re checking out these sets from the links, you may want to also have a look at Part 4, which should be along any minute. Each set arrives in a Ziploc bag with a cover sheet and two pages of A4 colour instructions inside (one side per airframe), plus the two sheets of decals printed on shiny blue decal paper. The common national markings and stencils are printed on the one sheet, while the airframe specific markings are on the other, wider sheet. Each sheet is protected by a sheet of wax paper to keep condensation at bay. North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Part.2 (ED32-132) This set contains decals for the following four subjects: #56-3151 of 481st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, United States Air Force, based at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, 1959 #56-3056 of 524th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, Unites States Air Force, based at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, 1959 #56-2862 of 454th Fighter Bomber Squadron, 323rd Fighter Bomber Wing, United States Air Force, based at Bunker Hill Air Base, Indiana, 1957 #56-2933 of 1st Fighter Day Squadron, 413th Fighter Day Wing, United States Air Force, based at George Air Force Base, California, 1959 North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Part.3 (ED32-133) In this set you can model the following three subjects: #55-2796 flown by Capt. Robert Maxwell, 511th Tactical Fighter Sqn., 405th Fighter Bomber Wing, US Air Force, Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, US 1959 #55-3558 ‘Stinger’ of 35th Tactical Fighter Sqn., 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force, Itzuke Air Force Base, Japan, 1960 #56-3315 flown by Maj. C Jones of 492nd Tactical Fighter Sqn., 48th Tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force, Chaumont Air Force Base, France, 1959 Conclusion There’s a wide choice of schemes and locations between these two sets, and plenty of assistance with painting the rest of the airframe surrounding the four good-sized profiles that accompanies each decal option. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  5. Rocket & Missile Band Decals (FP650) 1:72 Fantasy Printshop Rockets and missiles. They have coloured bands applied to them alongside the stencils to signify the type of weapon and the ‘filling’ that is within them. Sometimes it’s as simple as whether they’re live ordnance that go bang, or training rounds that are often filled with concrete, other times it’s more complex, which although it varies at times between countries, the yellow ones tend to be live rounds. Often kits come with a set of stencils for the weapons, but older kits might not, so whether you didn’t get stencils or just want some different colours from the ones supplied, this set might be or interest. Oh, and you also might have screwed up the stencils that came with your kit, but we don’t talk about that. The decal sheet arrives in a small Ziploc bag, and within is a sheet of blue decal paper with bands in various colours and widths printed on it for you to cut to length and use on your models. You get yellow, blue, brown, silver, green and black, and the width of each one is given at the top of the line. You’ll need to don your spectacles for some of the informative text though, as the dot in the 0.4mm is hard to see with my old eyes, especially without the leading zero. Fortuitously, the narrower widths have been supplied in pairs, as they’re probably the most useful to the 1:72 modeller, but they go all the way up to 1mm in increments to suit most occasions, with a length that will last you quite a few missiles or bombs. Decals are printed in-house at Fantasy Printshop, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas, and a piece of absorbent paper protecting them. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  6. North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Part.1 (ED32-131) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop The F-100 began life as a development of the F-86 Sabre with a more sharply swept wing to achieve supersonic speeds, but it evolved into a completely different airframe before it was accepted into service, being much more than just a supersonic Sabre. It fought extensively in Vietnam, then later in Air National Guard (ANG) units as well as some overseas sales. The last airframe flew in US service at the end of the 70s, with the overseas aircraft carrying on for a few more years into the 80s, after which a lot of them found their way into air museums around the world. Fantasy Printshop’s Euro Decals line have created some sheets for the fans of the Hun during its service, including the many ANG units, which often sported colourful markings on their shiny metal airframes. We have the 1:32 scale set 1 now, and there are more large-scale sheets in the works, so while you’re checking out the set from the links, you can see the options for the later sheets #132 #133 and #134 that will be along in due course. The set arrives in a Ziploc bag with a cover sheet and two double-sided pages of A4 colour instructions inside (one side per airframe), plus one and a half A4 sheets of decals printed on shiny blue decal paper. The common national markings are printed on the half sheet, while the airframe specific markings are found on the full sheet. Each sheet is protected by a sheet of greaseproof paper to keep condensation at bay. In this set you can model the following subjects: #56-3433 of 352nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 354th Tactical Fighter Wing, United States Air Force, based at Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, South Carolina, USA, 1959 #56-3404 of 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, 832nd Air Division, Unites States Air Force, based at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, USA, 1959 #56-3307 of 417 Tactical Fighter Squadron, 50th Tactical Fighter Wing, United States Air Force, based at Ramstein Air Base, West Germany, 1959 #55-3775 of 615th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 401st Tactical Fighter Wing, United States Air Force, based at England Air Force Base, Louisiana, 1958 The decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop as you’d expect, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin high gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. If you’ve got a smaller Super Sabres, we reviewed the smaller scale sheets a while ago, here. Conclusion There’s a good choice of schemes and locations in this set, and plenty of assistance with painting the rest of the airframe around the four good-sized profiles that accompanies each decal option. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  7. Lo-Viz Insignia & Data for USN/USMC/USAF (ED-32114) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop After the relief of the end of WWII there was a period of bright liveries applied to military aircraft, and that happened again after the Vietnam War with US aircraft, going through what many aviation enthusiasts think of as the glory days, sometimes known as Hi-viz in light of what came next. Modern camouflage thinking has turned the fast jet world grey, and along with it, their markings too. Many studies on camouflage have been done over the years, and grey came out as the preferred colour to give your aircraft more time in view without being noticed by the enemy. Clearly, the raucous throaty roar of a jet won’t leave your aircraft invisible forever, but every second counts in warfare. Pretty much every modern air force uses some variation on grey for their general camouflage, although we do still have some adherents to the old ways, often used in specific climates where grey may not work, or they just don’t want to have grey jets. This decal set is for Modern Lo-viz US aircraft, and includes two A4ish sheets of decals in greys and black, with one sheet specifically tailored toward various aircraft as follows: F/A-18 Hornet F-15E Eagle F-117 Nighthawk A-10 Thunderbolt II F-14 Tomcat F-15C Eagle AV-8B Harrier II (Grey) A-4 Skyhawk V-122 Osprey AV-8B Harrier II (Black) F-8J Crusader KC-135E Stratotanker MH-60 Seahawk F-16 falcon Near the bottom of the first sheet are a number of other US stars and bars in various styles, with more over on the top of the other sheet, along with tons of NAVY and MARINES logos, ejection seat warning triangles, and rescue arrows in various shades and styles all around them, which should keep most modeller going for a long time and a number of projects. You may have noticed that there are a few options for which we don’t yet have injection moulded kits in 1:32, such as the V-22 Osprey and the KC-135E. The latter isn’t likely to be forthcoming anytime soon unless you’re willing to scratch-build it or you know something we don’t, but there is a 1:32 Osprey kit available in vacform. Fancy a challenge? If so, Euro Decals have you covered! Conclusion Fantasy Printshop's decals are a known quantity and will go down without fuss, so if you're in the market for some additional decals for your larger scale modern US aircraft, then look no further. Go on, you know you want a 1:32 Osprey. I kind of do, which is worrying. incidentally, this set is also available in 1:72 and 1:48 scales on the links below if you like your models smaller and are in the market. Highly recommended. 1:32 (ED-32114) 1:48 (ED-48114) 1:72 (ED-72114) Review sample courtesy of
  8. McDonnell Douglas F-4C & F-4E Phantoms of the 57th FIS (48124 & 72124) 1:48 & 1:72 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop The history of this now-inactive squadron began before the US entered WWII flying piston-engined fighters, moving to Iceland in the 50s flying the then-new jet-engined fighters. In 1973 they transitioned to Phantom II F-4Cs, a process that took until 1975 to complete, then a further change to F-4Es with improved and modernised avionics later in the decade. This set is a new one from Euro Decal and covers four options of the “The Black Knights of Keflavik” as they were sometimes known. There are three F-4Es and one F-4C on the sheet, with two each in the grey and NATO camo for a bit of variety. The sheet arrives in a familiar ziplok bag with the instructions to the front consisting of two folded A4 sheets in colour, with four view drawings of the airframes and a list of paints required in Federal Standard, Humbrol, Xtracolour, Xtracrylix and Lifecolor codes that should give you plenty of options using your favourite paint conversion chart. Behind the instructions are two sheets of decals, one tiny, the other larger, up to A5, depending on which scale you’ve opted for. The second small sheet contains just two Air Forces Iceland shields, which are almost identical to the shields on the top corners of the main sheet, save for a red streak in the aircraft within the border. It's not 100% clear if it’s an optional decal, or whether the red-streaked decals are an addendum from the instructions, but most of the badges I found online had the red stripes, although a few did not. From the sheet you can build the following: F-4E Phantom 66-370 – Captains Tait & Diaxotopoulis, Naval Aviation Station Keflavik, Iceland, 1985 F-4E Phantom 66-300 – Naval Aviation Station Keflavik, Iceland, 1977 F-4E Phantom 66-334 – Naval Aviation Station Keflavik, Iceland, 1978 F-4E Phantom 66-370 – Naval Aviation Station Keflavik, Iceland, 1974* * This aircraft is famous for being photographed executing a barrel-roll around a Tu-97 Bear in 1974. Decals are of course printed by Fantasy Printshop, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. Highly recommended. 1:72 (ED-72124) 1:48 (ED-48124) Review sample courtesy of
  9. 2021 RAF Display Eurofighter Typhoon (ED32136) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop After an airshow hiatus during 2020 while we all kicked our heels, worked from home etc. during the Covid lockdown and hopefully didn’t catch that infernal lurghi, there were a few air shows in 2021, and the spectators were treated to a display Typhoon flying in new a patriotic scheme, sporting a stylised Union Jack flag on the wings and a large roundel on the tail. It’s been a bit of a marmite scheme as is often the case, with some loving it, others loathing it. I’m in the “it’s quite nice” camp, and think it looks pretty good, while retaining most of the earlier black scheme it was previously painted, which is always good and saves the tax-paying public a wee bit of money compared to a total respray. The aircraft was flown during the 2021 season by Flight Lieutenant James Sainty of 29 Squadron, based at RAF Coningsby, and the date of the sheet is fixed as July 2021, while the scheme has carried on into 2022. This decal set from Fantasy Printshop’s Euro Decals line arrives in a large Ziploc bag, with a glossy cover page, another glossy page printed on both sides with the four profiles on it plus paint call-outs and decal positioning instructions. Behind them are two A4+ decal sheets, and another narrow sheet that is almost as tall as the others along the long edge. There are decals to adorn one model, but as the Tiffie is pretty large in 1:32, the decals are commensurately large and take up all the available space, with the smaller sheet having wing walkway dotted-lines, plus some areas of colour to help you fill-in if you don’t manage to get the decals to settle down without some small gaps. This makes any repairs a much less onerous task, and is to welcomed. The huge wing decals have slots cut in them to cater for the underwing pylons, and are split between the main aerofoil and the flying surfaces, a style that is replicated on both top and bottom surfaces. The standard wing roundels are split and have their red centres printed nearby, allowing perfect placement using your own eyes, rather than relying on the printer’s alignment, which while it can be sufficient for most printing purposes, can still look ‘off’ if even a fraction of a fraction of a millimetre out of alignment for concentric circles, which human eye seem to be very sensitive to. The spine must be painted by the modeller, while the underside has a tapered likeness that is printed in two sections, having the white section applied over the red. The stencils are included in the set, and those that are on the colourful wings and tail are supplied as separate decals, all of which are called out on the diagrams, as are the stencils on the black painted surfaces. The canard decals don’t include white so they should be painted overall white with grey leading edges before decaling them top and bottom. The 29 Squadron roundels on the fuselage sides are overshadowed by the massive tail roundel and stylised segment of the nation’s flag, and these decals are printed without the red that is to be used on the spine, advising you to paint the tail at the same time, apart from the dielectric panel at the tip. The grey section near the rudder’s hinge is included integrally with the decal, which should help immensely when it comes time to align them with the fin. The leading edge of the fin is also left grey for the same reasons, but you should paint that. Decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop just in case there was any doubt, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. There are a lot of decals, some of which are large, so take care when applying them, remembering that you have some spare sections of colour to make good any goof-ups you might make. The set is comprehensive, even including the slime-lights and the afore mentioned walkway decals. Colour call-outs are included for Humbrol, Xtracolour, Xtracrylix and Lifecolor brands, as well as the official BS codes. Conclusion A superbly colourful decal set that spans three sheets and three main colours. If you don’t like the scheme, how have you got this far into the review? The Revell kit this set is intended for is imposing, and diverging from the standard grey scheme with some black, red, white and blue will give it a big lift in visual appeal in your cabinet to at a show. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  10. North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Part 3&4 1:72, 1:48 & 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop The F-100 began life as a development of the F-86 Sabre with a more sharply swept wing to achieve supersonic speeds, but it evolved into a completely different airframe before it was accepted into service, being much more than just a supersonic Sabre. It fought extensively in Vietnam, then later in Air National Guard (ANG) units as well as some overseas sales. The last airframe flew in US service at the end of the 70s, with the overseas aircraft carrying on for a few more years into the 80s, after which a lot of them found their way into air museums around the world. Fantasy Printshop’s Euro Decals line have created some sheets for the fans of the Hun during its service, including the many ANG units, which often sported colourful markings on their shiny metal airframes. We now have four sheets in two of the major scales, namely 1:72, 1:48 with identical subjects in each scale, just a change of the size of the sheets and price due to the obvious increase in decal real-estate. The first two sheets were released recently, so while you’re checking out these sets from the links, you can see the options for the later sheets #131 and #132 that preceded them. Each set arrives in a Ziploc bag with a cover sheet and two pages of A4 colour instructions inside (one side per airframe), plus the two sheets of decals printed on shiny blue decal paper. The common national markings are printed on the one sheet, while the airframe specific markings are on the other. Each sheet is protected by a sheet of wax paper to keep condensation at bay. North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Pt.3 In this set you can model the following subjects: #55-2796 flown by Capt. Robert Maxwell, 511th Tactical Fighter Sqn., 405th Fighter Bomber Wing, US Air Force, Langley Air Force Base, Virginia, US 1959 #55-3558 ‘Stinger’ of 35th Tactical Fighter Sqn., 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force, Itzuke Air Force Base, Japan, 1960 #56-3315 flown by Maj. C Jones of 492nd Tactical Fighter Sqn., 48th Tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force, Chaumont Air Force Base, France, 1959 1:72 Part 3 1:48 Part 3 North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Pt.4 This set contains decals for the following subjects: #55-2950 flown by Col. C Banburt, Wing Commander of 81st Tactical Fighter Sqn., 50th Tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force, Toul-Rosieres Air Force Base, 1958 #56-3417 of 356th Tactical Fighter Sqn., 354th tactical Fighter Wing, US Air Force Europe, Aviano Air Base, Italy, 1960 #56-3020 of 390th Fighter Bomber Sqn., 366th Fighter Bomber Wing, US Air Force, England Air Force Base, USA 1957-59 1:72 Part 4 1:48 Part 4 Decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop as you’d expect, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. Conclusion There’s a good choice of schemes and locations between these two sets and the preceding sets, and plenty of assistance with painting the rest of the airframe surrounding the three good-sized profiles that accompany each decal option. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  11. North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Part.1&2 1:72, 1:48 & 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop The F-100 began life as a development of the F-86 Sabre with a more sharply swept wing to achieve supersonic speeds, but it evolved into a completely different airframe before it was accepted into service, being much more than just a supersonic Sabre. It fought extensively in Vietnam, then later in Air National Guard (ANG) units as well as some overseas sales. The last airframe flew in US service at the end of the 70s, with the overseas aircraft carrying on for a few more years into the 80s, after which a lot of them found their way into air museums around the world. Fantasy Printshop’s Euro Decals line have created some sheets for the fans of the Hun during its service, including the many ANG units, which often sported colourful markings on their shiny metal airframes. So far we have two sheets in three scales, namely 1:72, 1:48 & 1:32 with identical subjects in each scale, just a change of the size of the sheets and price for obvious reasons. There are another two sheets in the works, so while you’re checking out these sets from the links, you can see the options for the later sheets #133 and #134 that will be along soon. Each set arrives in a Ziploc bag with a cover sheet and two pages of A4 colour instructions inside (one side per airframe), plus the two sheets of decals printed on shiny blue decal paper. The common national markings are printed on the one sheet, while the airframe specific markings are on the other. Each sheet is protected by a sheet of greaseproof paper to keep condensation at bay. North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Pt.1 In this set you can model the following subjects: #56-3433 of 352nd Tactical Fighter Squadron, 354th Tactical Fighter Wing, United States Air Force, based at Myrtle Beach Air Force Base, South Carolina, USA, 1959 #56-3404 of 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, 832nd Air Division, Unites States Air Force, based at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, USA, 1959 #56-3307 of 417 Tactical Fighter Squadron, 50th Tactical Fighter Wing, United States Air Force, based at Ramstein Air Base, West Germany, 1959 #55-3775 of 615th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 401st Tactical Fighter Wing, United States Air Force, based at England Air Force Base, Louisiana, 1958 1:72 Part 1 1:48 Part 1 North American F-100D Supersabre Collection Pt.2 This set contains decals for the following subjects: #56-3151 of 481st Tactical Fighter Squadron, 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, United States Air Force, based at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, 1959 #56-3056 of 524th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 27th Tactical Fighter Wing, Unites States Air Force, based at Cannon Air Force Base, New Mexico, 1959 #56-2862 of 454th Fighter Bomber Squadron, 323rd Fighter Bomber Wing, United States Air Force, based at Bunker Hill Air Base, Indiana, 1957 #56-2933 of 1st Fighter Day Squadron, 413th Fighter Day Wing, United States Air Force, based at George Air Force Base, California, 1959 1:72 Part 2 1:48 Part 2 No picture, as we didn’t get this set, but you can probably guess the content from the 1:72 scale pic. The decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop as you’d expect, which is a guarantee of good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. Conclusion There’s a wide choice of schemes and locations between these two sets, and plenty of assistance with painting the rest of the airframe surrounding the four good-sized profiles that accompanies each decal option. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  12. Messerschmitt Emils Part 1 (ED-32109) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop The Bf.109E was colloquially referred to as the Emil, and with it being the 109, there are many, many kits of it in all scales. There has been a flurry of renewed activity in the Emil field of late, which has prompted Fantasy Printshop to release this detailed release to give modellers enhanced choice of options beside those in your average kit. The set arrives in an unassuming ziplok bag, and inside are two sheets of instructions/profiles, plus two roughly A4 sized sheets of decals, one of which is slightly larger than the other. There are eight options available from the sheets, and you can build any of the following: Bf.109E-7/B S9+RS 8./ZG1 , Russia, Summer 1942 Bf.109E-3 6-99 Condor Legion Grupo num.25, 1939 Bf.109E-3/B DG200, No.1426 Flight, RAF, 1941 Bf.109E-3, J.277 Fl.Kp.21 Swiss Air Force Bf.109E-4, Black 13, 8./JG1, 1941 Bf.109E-4, White 1, Royal Bulgarian Air Force, Winter 1944-45 Bf.109E-4, White 10, Wnr.5244, 13 Sqn., Slovak Air Force, April 1943 Bf.109E-3, White 3, Wnr.0820, 4./JG77, Norway, October 1940 There is a huge variation in colour schemes, and they’re split roughly 50/50 between those with mottling and not, so will still represent good value to even the most mottle-phobic modeller, or those without an airbrush. The decals are of course printed in-house, and are exceptionally vibrant, with good register, colour density and sharpness. For the Swiss aircraft there are white crosses for the fuselage sides, requiring you to paint the bands behind them yourself, but then again that’s what modelling’s all about! Number 6 is really going to test your airbrushing skills, being covered in a complex pattern of wriggly worms in grey and white. Conclusion If you’re bored with kit decals for your Emil projects and want something just a wee bit brighter and more varied, then this sheet with be for you. Get your wallet out Review sample courtesy of
  13. Very Colourful Sabres (ED-32101) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The North American F-86 Sabre rose to fame as the main American Fighter in the Korean War, and continued its service into the Cold War. As well as being used by the UASF many were supplied to Various US Allies. Sabres were also licenced built many by Canadair and some by Mitsubishi. Here Fantasy Printshop have upscaled their Colourful Sabres sheet to 1/32 The Options available on this sheet are; F-86A 91021 - Montana Air National Guard. This aircraft with an overall bright yellow fuselage was used as a target tug, hence the highly conspicuous finish. Canadair Sabre 5 23285 Royal Canadian Air Force. Overall Red Aircraft seen at the Toronto Air Show 1955. F-86-40 72-7754 - No.1 Sqn Japanese Ari Self Defence Forces. This aircraft is overall Silver Lacquer not NMF as the instructions say, with a red exercise fuselage band. F-86F 31169 AH-Z - Royal Norwegian Air Force Jokers Aerobatic Display Team 1970s F-86E 12724 - USA At Edwards Air Force Base. Aircraft #4 which took part in breaking the closed circuit world speed record in 1951. Day-Glo orange nose. RF-86F 24522 - Republic Of Korea Air Force, 1970s, Standard SEA Camo. The decals arrive on 1 main A4 sheet and a second A5 sheet, the quality is first rate with sharpness and colour density both good. Now not all of the options on the sheet are actually kitted in 1.32, or even available as a conversion; so for those you will have to do your own work. Most can be used though and its a welcome addition to the 1.32 scale. Recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  14. BAe Hawk in Worldwide Service (ED32128) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop The BAe Hawk has been the standard advanced jet trainer for the RAF since its introduction, it has been the aircraft of choice for the world-renowned Red Arrows, and is also in use in various variants around the world, even having made the difficult transition into the US Navy arsenal as the navalised T-45 Goshawk. It has been a huge success overall and is well-known at least partly due to the kudos of the Reds using them. This decal sheet is for the 1:32 Revell or Kinetic kit until another manufacturer comes along with another new kit of course. It arrives in a large ziplok bag with the instructions at the front and the oversized A4 decal sheet behind, protected by a sheet of contact paper. From it you can portray five options, which are helpfully split by dotted lines on the sheet, save for the middle one, which has a gap instead. It also includes a large number of stencils in appropriate colours for the operator, with a half page of the diagram showing their location and suggesting that you check your references, as sometimes stencils become lost after repainting in service. From this sheet you can depict any of the below: BAe Hawk T.1 XX318, No.95 Y of 100 Squadron RAF Valley, UK 2012 BAe Hawk Mk.63 1722 of 17 Squadron, Royal Jordanian Air Force BAe Hawk Mk.51 HW-345 Finnish Air Force, 2011 BAe Hawk Mk.52 1002 Kenyan Air Force BAe Hawk Mk.53 TT-5309 No.09 Indonesian Air Force Each subject is shown in four separate views with the decals called out by number with a red line to their placement pointing the way, and the last panel shows all the stencils, as mentioned earlier. The decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop’s own people, and are in their usual high quality, with excellent registration, colour density and sharpness, plus a thin glossy carrier film cut close to printed areas and cut back wherever possible to reduce the chances of silvering. All decals should be applied to gloss surfaces of course, but it’s always worthy of a reminder now and again, and seeing as we are there, seal them with another coat of clear gloss to protect them from harm later on. Conclusion It’s good to see some foreign decals for the big Hawk, with four good foreign options. The first option is British, but it’s an unusual scheme, and Britain is part of the world after all! Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  15. McDonnell Douglas F-15C Oregon ANG Special 2016 (ED-72122) 1:72 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The Oregon Air National Guard have had some special schemes on their aircraft over the years. In 2015 to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Oregon ANG an F-15C Eagle from the 173rd Fighter Wing based at Klamath Falls was given this special Eagle Scheme. The decals arrive on 3 small size sheets, the quality is first rate with sharpness and colour density both good. Grab yourself a 1/72 Eagle and you've got the basis for a rather interesting and striking scheme to put on it. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  16. McDonnell Douglas F-15C Oregon ANG Special 2016 (ED-48122) 1:48 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The Oregon Air National Guard have had some special schemes on their aircraft over the years. In 2015 to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Oregon ANG an F-15C Eagle from the 173rd Fighter Wing based at Klamath Falls was given this special Eagle Scheme. The decals arrive on 3 large A5 size sheets, the quality is first rate with sharpness and colour density both good. Grab yourself a 1/48 Eagle and you've got the basis for a rather interesting and striking scheme to put on it. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  17. Current Luftwaffe Insignia (FP-1120) 1:48 by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. When the Luftwaffe was reformed in post war Germany there could be no way WWII insignia could be used. The decision was therefore taken to revert to the Pre 1920s Iron Cross or Balkenkreuz. Not a lot can be said other than these are current / post WWII Luftwaffe insignia in 1/32 scale. These scale out at 1ft, 1.3ft, 2ft, 2.3ft, 3ft, 3.3ft, 4ft, 4.3ft. They can also we would think be used in 1.72. The decals are sharp and in register on the white which to be honest a lot of kit decals are not. Recommended got your next Post war Luftwaffe aircraft. Review sample courtesy of
  18. 176th Fighter Squadron F-16C Vipers (ED-32126) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The 176th Fighter Squadron is part of the 115th Fightr Wing of the Wisconsin Air National Guard currently flying the Block 30 F-16C Fighting Falcon, although now scheduled to transition to the F-35 in 2023. As well as two standard jets this decal sheet features two specially marked aircraft for the 50th Anniversary (Red tail) and 60th Anniversary (Blue tail) jets. The decals arrive on 1 large A sheet for the markings, both Squadron ones and stencils, quality is first rate with sharpness and colour density both good. Grab yourself a big phantom and you've got the basis for a rather interesting scheme to put on it. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  19. Current Luftwaffe Insignia (FP-1130) 1:32 by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. When the Luftwaffe was reformed in post war Germany there could be no way WWII insignia could be used. The decision was therefore taken to revert to the Pre 1920s Iron Cross or Balkenkreuz. Not a lot can be said other than these are current / post WWII Luftwaffe insignia in 1/32 scale. These scale out at 1ft, 2ft, 2.3ft, 3ft, 3.3ft, 4ft, 4.3ft. The decals are sharp and in register on the white which to be honest a lot of kit decals are not. Recommended got your next 1/32 Post war Luftwaffe aircraft. Review sample courtesy of
  20. McDonnell Douglas F-4C Phantom William Tell 1976 (ED-32125) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The 57th Fighter Interceptor Squadron were the mainstay of NATOs defence in the north being based from Keflavik in Iceland. They flew their F-4s with distinctive black and white chequers on the fin and tail planes. In 1976 they sent aircraft to the William Tel gunnery competition with markings for this. Also on the sheet are the Sqn markings and the US Bicentennial markings. The decals arrive on 1 large A4 size sheet for the chequers (with adequate spares provided if you mess up) and a smaller sheet for the coloured marking , quality is first rate with sharpness and colour density both good. Grab yourself a big phantom and you've got the basis for a rather interesting scheme to put on it. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  21. Panavia Tornado GR.4/4A Pt.2 (ED-48120 & ED-72120) 1:48 & 1:72 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop We’ve got plenty of new(ish) Tornado kits, and Euro Decals have resized their 1:32 sets to 1:48 and 1:72 to give us more options with all that sexy new plastic. We reviewed the 1:32 set last year, and if you’ve read that one, this will be eerily familiar. Sorry about that! Arriving in a ziplok bag with a printed cover sheet and the decals behind, the instructions are found on the back of the cover page and on another sheet, with one page for each of the three options. The instructions show four views and the colours used to paint the model in BS, Humbrol, Xtracolour, Xtracrylix and LifeColor codes, plus the colour names for those of us without those brands in our supplies. From the sheet you can build any or all of the options, as they have thoughtfully supplied enough RAF roundels to complete three models. Wouldn't that look impressive in the cabinet? Fantasy Printshop do their own printing, and their sheets always have good registration, sharpness and colour density, with a thin gloss carrier film cut close to the printed areas. Here are your options: GR.4 ZG756 of 14 Squadron, RAF Lossiemouth, 2005 GR.4 ZA401 crewed by Wing Commander Ian Wood & Squadron Leader Laurie Fisher of 13 Squadron, RAF Marham, 2005 GR.4 ZA543 of 15 Squadron, RAF Lossiemouth, 2005 Like most modern jets, the major colour is grey (two shades), but the Tornado's great big fin gives the RAF creatives plenty of scope for interesting schemes, with a small replica repeated on the nose. Option C also has a fetching black spine that extends around the cockpit and up the fin, as well as a cheeky fox on the tail. Conclusion Another sheet of colourful decals for the medium and small Tornado. Very nicely done. Highly recommended. 1:48 1:72 Review sample courtesy of
  22. McDonnell Douglas F-15C Oregon ANG Special 2016 (ED-32122) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The Oregon Air National Guard have had some special schemes on their aircraft over the years. In 2015 to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Oregon ANG an F-15C Eagle from the 173rd Fighter Wing based at Klamath Falls was given this special Eagle Scheme. The decals arrive on 3 large A4 size sheets, and a small supplemental sheet in white, quality is first rate with sharpness and colour density both good. Grab yourself a big Eagle and you've got the basis for a rather interesting scheme to put on it. Highly recommended. Review sample courtesy of
  23. 16/2019 And here´s the third of five Emils. Hasegawa kit, legs shortened about 2-3mm, some decals from Aeromaster but they got the Stammkennzeichen wrong, the ones for the underwing are missing so are decals for the coat of arms of JFS1. My dad used Luftwaffe letter decals from Fantasy Printshop, and coat of arms decals from Peddinghaus (1/72 ones because the 1/48 were way too large). Brake lines done with lead wire and plastic rods, the latter ones used also for the upperwing landing gear indicators, a piece of brass pipe for the antenna to fuselage insert, EZ Line for the antenna, AK Real Color paints for the RLM 74/75/76 camo. Build thread here https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235054625-ship-defense148-messerschmitt-bf109e-4-kommando-losigkeit/ Between February 14th and March 20th 1942, a bunch of pilots and aircraft from JG1 and Jagdfliegerschule (Fighterschool) 1 and 2 were sent to the far north to escort and protect German ships in Norway. The unit was called Jagdgruppe Losigkeit after it´s CO Hauptmann Fritz Losigkeit. DSC_0001 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0003 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0004 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0005 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0006 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0007 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0008 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0009 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0010 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0011 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0012 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0013 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0014 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0015 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0016 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0017 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0018 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0019 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0020 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr
  24. #17/2019 And the fourth of 5 Emils finished. Airfix kit, the storch legs shortened about 3mm, wrong seat replaced with a Hasegawa one, way too narrow prop blades therefore replacement with a complete Hasegawa prop, a missing E-1 panel engraved, brake lines with lead wire and plastic rods, the latter also used for the landing gear indicators on the upperwing, brass pipe piece for the antenna to fuselage insert, EZ Line and fishing line for antenna wires, kit decals except "black 8" taken from a Fantasy Printshop Luftwaffe number sheet. AK Real Color RLM paints for the 65//70/71/02 camo. Build thread here https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235054802-red-band148-messerschmitt-bf109e-1-jg53/ The model displays a machine of 2./JG53 during the BoB in 1940. Mombeek´s Luftwaffe Gallery No1 as reference. DSC_0002 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0003 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0004 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0005 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0006 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0007 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0008 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0009 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0010 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0011 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0012 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0013 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0014 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0015 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0016 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0017 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0018 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr
  25. To have a full Schwarm of Emils, my dad started now a fourth one using the Airfix kit, don´t know which scheme yet. DSC_0007 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr used a Hasegawa seat, the Airfix seat has the seat belts molded on but the style is wrong DSC_0008 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr
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