The Argentine decal producer has just announced an exciting new decal sheet for all the delta winged fans out there. As a companion for their early, and more colorful Argentine Mirage sheet (currently OOP) this release timing is perfect as HPM just announced they are ready to release their twin seat
Last weekend, in a La Plata (56Km away from Buenos Aires, Argentina) the local La Plata scale model club hosted their traditional yearly contest. While weather didn't really help, the most hard core Argentine modelers from near and afar convened together for a couple of days of camaraderie in a
At ease... a'ight recruits, SGT Braille is known for taking care of his troops and I haven't forgotten that you have done well this year assembling that 1/72 army so here is my present for y'all this year.
I hereby grant you all permission to have the greatest holidays ever in company of
Last year I covered the 3rd edition for the Annual CAM Scale modeling contest in Buenos Aires and said it was going to become “a traditional event in my calendar”. True to my word, I attended this event for the second time in a row and I’m glad I did.
That’s right fellows, and this is the reason you have been getting fewer to no updates from this station. As of October 11th this year, Blitz72.com got a brand new, fully scratchbuilt 1/1 scale 7.5 Lb baby boy. 1760
What can possibly top a weekend of Scale Modeling, great ambience and awesome deals at the vendor tables?. Let me tell you, all of that plus terrific seafood and a wonderful beach city by the Atlantic! That is pretty much what the last contest organized by the IPMS Argentina, Mar
On December 3rd and 4th the Anual CAM (Circulo Argentino de Modelismo) Scale Modeling Contest took place in the Centro Cultural Borges, in Buenos Aires, Argentina. An event with great ambience and full of great models and interesting people, it has become traditional event in my calendar.
That's right, two Jeeps...err... two "1/4 ton 4x4 Armored trucks" in a box. As usual with their Dragon's "Armor Pro" and "1+1" series this release will include small fret of photo etch details (in this particular case the armoured plate) a lot of nicely slide molded parts (as seen in
OK, it is no Bigfoot, but still exciting news. Last week Hyperscale published some picts of Diedrich Wiegmann's build of the kit, and he reports it as being "all-new tooling, and not a re-release of anyone else's mould". Well, let me tell you all, it looks like a little gem,