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  1. The decal offers five versions with full stencils, enough for one complete model, including brazilian and french versions. Already available!
  2. Waiting for DACO 1/32 Magister!
  3. For many years I have collected decals from different brands in addition to seeing what happens with the decals that come with the kits. Practically all western kit manufacturers concentrate the production of their decals with Cartograf, but one thing that I have seen in the decals made there is that over the years they turn yellow, it is practically impossible to use the decals made for Hasegawa and Tamiya, which are already yellow in the box, while decals printed in Microscale for more than 30 years are still as new. I discovered that this was because unlike the other manufacturers, wh
  4. Are These figures valid for other WW2 british fighters?
  5. I think it is premature to think that just because future projects that were planned before were not listed, this means that they have been aborted. this may just be a necessary adjustment facing changes in the target market. No one has any way of knowing what any manufacturer will be releasing three or four years from today.
  6. "News directly quoted by Mirek of HpH Models. Infinity Models will be the brand for injection molded planes from HpH. First kit will be the 1/32 SB2C Helldiver. Release is scheduled for 2nd quarter of 2020. First production run will be 1000 kits. Planned for the future are in 1/32 scale: DH. Vampire Mk.3/ Mk.5, Westland Wyvern, Aichi D3A Val, Savoia-Marchetti SM.79, Douglas A-20 Havoc and Bristol Beaufighter Mk.X. There will be no more new resin kits from HpH except some large model projects like the Me-323 Gigant and
  7. KH already have a completed project for an 1/32 MK.I Jaguar since before to talk about a Mirage 2000 in this scale...
  8. Yes, all HobbyBoss kits are really well engineered. The problem is the accuracy... Many of the problems with their Spit Mk.V can be ignored if you don't try to compare the kit with technical drawings, but a terrible problem with that kit are the clear parts. In all the HobbyBoss kits I saw well assembled, the modelers swapped the kit's clear parts for Hasegawa parts.
  9. No, lamentably Hobby Boss Spitfire V is related as the worst Spitfire kit in any scale... The Hasegawa kit is good despite its raised panel lines.
  10. Always 1/32 for me. 1/35 is an scale for iron turtles.
  11. There is a photo from Japan Hobby show. For me the naceles seems completely wrong (too narrow).
  12. I still prefer it to be just a rumor. The Su-57 is not yet finished, and any kit produced now reflects the prototypes. I believe it is better to wait for the plane comes operational. There is so much subjects expected along years that it should be the focus in the meantime.
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