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  1. 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
  2. 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 bri
  3. 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 k
  4. 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
  5. 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
  6. 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. Reco
  7. 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
  8. 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 aircraf
  9. 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
  10. 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
  11. 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 y
  12. 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
  13. #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 c
  14. 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
  15. My dad´s on an Emil trip, started the third now, gonna be Romanian but don´t know which scheme yet. DSC_0005 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr DSC_0006 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr DSC_0007 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr
  16. Dassault Mirage III (ED-32121) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The Mirage III was a development of a long line of aircraft that bore the name over the years, and wasn't the last one either. The first production model was designated IIIC, and there were a number variants. The E has a longer fuselage, the O was produced initially for the Australian Air Force which when in Pakistani hands was upgraded to the ROSE standard, and the EZ was the name of the South African variant, all of which were originally based on the E. They had a longer service life wi
  17. Bubbletop Mustangs (ED-48119, ED-72119) 1:48 & 1:72 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Airfix are bringing us new Mustangs in 1/48 & 1/72, however there are no shortages of them from other manufacturers. Therefore it's only fitting that we should get some newa ftermarket decals for them These sets from Euro Decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop, and arrive in A5 ziplok bags, with a set of side profiles on the front, instructions in the middle, and the decals on the rear, so they can be inspected through the protective sheet of thin paper. Sheet shown is 1
  18. Panavia Tornado GR.4/4a (ED-48117) 1:48 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop With the much loved Tornado now sadly in the rear-view mirror of the RAF, there's bound to be some nostalgia everywhere that the Fin, Tonka, call it what you will, gained fans. I'll always have a soft spot for it, as it was the frontline fighter/bomber of my youth, and it was always good fun at the airshows, especially the role demos that used to warm your eyebrows. The GR.4/a was the definitive variant that stayed in service to the end, and as such gets the lion's share of the attention, w
  19. Panavia Tornado GR.4/4A Pt.2 (ED-32120) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Revell have recently released their big Tornado in GR.4/4A guise, which we reviewed here. Euro Decals were johnny-on-the-spot and released Part 1 of this set late last year, which we also reviewed here, and now we have Part 2. Arriving in a large 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 side for each of the three options. The instructions show four views and the colour
  20. AVRO Lancaster Code Letters & Numbers 48x24x6 (ED-32123) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop There are a couple of Lancasters in 1:32, or at least there will be soon. We've already seen the HK Models B.I kit (reviewed here), and Wingnut Wings should be releasing theirs later this year with an amount of luck and a fair wind, and that's a statement that's something I never thought I would type. Two 1:32 Lancaster kit in injection moulded styrene. What's the modelling age beyond platinum? Euro Decals have this new set for those that wa
  21. RAF 8″ Serials Numbers and Letters WWII and 1946 Fantasy Printshop 1:32 Just in from Fantasy Printshop are this pair of sheets containing 8" serials, both letters and numbers in a variety of styles suitable for any RAF aircraft that used them. They are available in 1:72 and 1:48 as well( in dull red or black, so check you references for what is required. Review sample courtesy of
  22. Panavia Tornado GR.4/4A Decals (ED-32117) 1:32 Euro Decals via Fantasy Printshop The Tornado was Britain's main fighter-bomber from the 80s onward and still soldiers on in a reducing quantity at time of writing. It's main skill was as a bomb or missile truck, and although it was touted as a fighter in its Air Defence Variant (ADV), it wasn't the most manoeuvrable of aircraft. The F.3 has since been replaced by the Typhoon in British service, and the GR.4/4A is scheduled to be drawn down at the end of March 2019, thereby ending its career in British service.
  23. Gloster Meteor FR.Mk.9 (ED-48115, ED-72115) 1:48 & 1:72 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Airfix are bringing us a 1:48 FR.9, and MPM have already done so in 1:72, so it's only fitting that we should get some aftermarket decals for the kits These sets from Euro Decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop, and arrive in A5 ziplok bags, with a set of side profiles on the front, instructions in the middle, and the decals on the rear, so they can be inspected through the protective sheet of thin paper. Sheet shown is 1/72, the 1/48 is the same layout just larger.
  24. Bristol Blenheim Mk.I/IF (ED-48115, ED-72115) 1:48 & 1:72 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Airfix are bringing us a 1:48 early Blenheim soon, and have already done so in 1:72, so it's only fitting that we should get some aftermarket decals for the kits These sets from Euro Decals are printed by Fantasy Printshop, and arrive in A5 ziplok bags, with a set of side profiles on the front, instructions in the middle, and the decals on the rear, so they can be inspected through the protective sheet of thin paper. Inside are four-way profiles o
  25. Decal Stripes (Various widths and colours) Fantasy Printshop Vehicles of any sort often have accented lines of colour either for aesthetic reasons or for functional ones such as de-icing boots on wings, or anti-abrasion coatings on leading edges. As we all know, painting a line freehand is a fool's errand unless you're a qualified signwriter, so your other choice is masking off the line and spraying the paint and hoping you got the line width consistent, didn't wander off from the intended course of the line, and of course the prayers to the modelling gods that you don't get
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