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  1. US Navy Carrier Deck Base (E72002) 1:72 Galaxy Model This new base from Galaxy models represents the deck of the CVN-75 USS Harry S Truman. It measures 37cms x 19cms. The plastic textured deck is moulded onto a block board base with a 3mm edge around the outside. A small sheet of PE provides the deck tie down points. Included is one of Galaxy models Flat bottom round hole tools to make the holes in the base to fit the points into. Tape masks are then provided to mask the points for painting. A final touch is a set of four self adhesive pads to sit the base on.
  2. Su-57 Russian 5th Gen. Fighter Colour Separation Die-Cut Flexible Masks (D72002) 1:72 Galaxy Model for Zvezda The Sukhoi Su-57 or Felon as NATO calls it, is a 5th gen fighter, but with the emphasis on frontal radar cross-section, rather than whole airframe stealth. Its future wasn’t looking too bright until the recent order of 76 Airframes that was announced by Mr Putin, so hopefully we’re going to see some interesting colour schemes and modern models of in-service airframes, such as Zvezda’s own scale-up to 1:48, which is good news. Zvez
  3. Rivet Marking Tool Galaxy Model Riveting a model can make it look a lot more interesting and realistic, even though rivets in real life aren’t holes in the skin of an aircraft, but are either flush or domed. It’s nigh on impossible to achieve that effect for your average modeller though, so most of us compromise and make tiny wee holes in the skin of our models to add visual interest, then don’t worry about it, as if we did we’d also have to be concerned about over-thick canopies, panel lines and so forth. It’s best not to for your own sanity. Re-riv
  4. F-14D Mask (D48009 for AMK) 1:48 Galaxy Model Our friends at Galaxy Model have been beavering away making this useful set that includes other items rather than just masks. They’re taking a leaf out of their own book and adapting their Tamiya Tomcat set for the new AMK kit, which we’ll get to shortly, we promise. This set arrives in a ziplok bag, and under the cover sheet you will find a glossy A4+ sheet of instruction that uses photos heavily, which is a very good thing IMHO. You also get two A5 sheets of pre-cut kabuki tape masks with numbers printed in red ne
  5. Lockheed Martin F-35B Lightning II DIE-CUT Flexible Mask (D72001) 1:72 Galaxy Model - For Hasegawa Kit While the Hasegawa F-35B is a good kit, getting the painting right on the kit is a real challenge if you don't want to resort to decals. The set arrived in a thick ziplok bag, which saved it from the beating the envelope received during transit. Inside is a nice glossy cover sheet that provides additional stiffness to the package, and where they consider that not to be sufficient (such as decals), a further sheet of thick glossy card is also added to maintain t
  6. Sukhoi Su-35S Camouflage Mask & Stencil Sets (D48006 & G48019 for GWH) 1:48 Galaxy Model GWH laboured long and hard on their new überkit of this impressive aircraft, which is now available, enabling Galaxy Model to pattern some useful sets to help you paint and decal your model. Both sets arrive in thick ziplok bags, which saved them from the beating the envelope they arrived in received during transit from their location to ours. Inside is a nice glossy cover sheet that provides additional stiffness to the package, and where they consider that not to be
  7. Grumman F-14A Tomcat Flexible Masks (for Tamiya) 1:48 Galaxy Model Tamiya's new Tomcat is a masterpiece of injection moulding as of time of writing, and although it's kind of expensive, it's become the de facto F-14A of choice in 1:48 for many. The Tomcat generally wore either all-over grey, or the old hi-viz grey over white, which begs the question why you'd need masks. Good question – we're glad you asked, and looking at the instruction sheet below will give you some answers to that question. The set arrives in a thick ziplok bag with two sheets of kabuki-sty
  8. PLA ZTZ-96B Main Battle Tank Masks & Improvement Set (35003 for Meng) 1:35 Galaxy Model Our friends at Galaxy Model have been busy again, and this new set from them allows the modeller to execute the digital camo scheme that was seen at the 11th Airshow, Chinas North industries Coproration Exhibition, Zhuhai, China in November 2016. The Type 96 is one of China's MBTs, with the B being a 2016 upgrade of the earlier A (no surprise there), with improved systems and enhanced power pack delivering power to a lightened and tuned set of running gear. This particular
  9. F-35A Die-Cut Flexible Mask (for Meng) 1:48 Galaxy Model If you read my review of the new tooling from Meng here, you'll have seen me mention it a couple of times. My reason for this is simple. It is an almost mandatory purchase if you value your sanity, or dislike complex masking jobs of any shape or form. Due to the different types of RAM applied to the F-35's skin, there are two distinct shades of grey, with a lighter shade around many of the raised areas, and a lot of the flush panel edges too. Without pre-cut masks it makes for a rather tiresome an long-w
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