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August's releases from Spanish miniatures company Andrea includes another impressive 90mm knight, and some equally impressive additions to their Sky Warriors (Pilots in 1:48) series.
Once again the latest offering from Verlinden Productions can be summarized in a single news article. Although I's nice to see another model company on the 1/48 band-wagon, let's hope Verlinden can bring something less mediocre to the table...
NIMIX has released a new article: C/52 Artificial Snow.
I am afraid I cannot tell you much about the background of French manufacturer DES Kit, but what I can tell you is that they have a fantastic range of vehicles, figures and diorama accessories in various scales. Most significantly, however, DES Kit addresses the shortage of WWI and WWII French subjects.
At long last, we have received the last of the 18 Regia Aeronautic colors in our Colourcoats line of enamels.
Rest Models have just announced their latest 1/35 scale figure release, as well an exciting forthcoming addition to their catalogue... 1/48 scale figures!
Only one offering from Korean outfit Seil Model this month, and not even a military subject at that. But one cannot help admit, it is beautiful sculpt, and one that is guaranteed to score any modeller points with his lady!
US firm Formations continue to expand their impressive range of equally impressive Sherman upgrade, conversion and detailing sets.
I must say, initially I was disappointed to see that there was only one new release from Voyager this month, however, when I saw the size of this PE set, I knew why...
It's been a few months since the last fantastic Kancali release, and it has been worth the wait. Kancali continue to amaze with their range of diorama accessories!
Normally I do not like writing a news article without conclusive evidence, and preferably some reference to the kit on the manufacturer's website. Acting on a "tip off" from a very reliable source I set off in search of the mystical new Trumpeter range of kits. The only reference I had to work off was a suprising short thread on Missing-lynx. Eventually I found pictures of the elusive new 1/48 "Project Sherman" in my very own backyard.
1/72 scale specialists ACE Model have just announced the latest addition to their stable...
Armorscale have sent us info about their new releases and products to be released soon.
It's been a while since we have had any news from Italian figure manufacturer Romeo Models. Here are their most recent new releases.
Well, we couldn't make the U.S. Nationals, so we decided to stay home and keep busy with goodies for all our customers:
The new John Rosengrant figure has finally been released...
I was so impressed by the detailing on the new accessories releases from Russian manufacturer Tank, that I felt the accessories needed their own seperate news story to get the attention they deserve.
Russian manufacturer Tank never ceases to amaze and please with their high quality non toxic polymeric resin 1/35 scale figures. Until now, their figure range has focused on German and Soviet WWII subjects. Tanks latest exciting releases include several modern Russian troops from the Chechnyan crisis.
British webbing is an obscure and complex subject which has been overlooked by most publishers. The Crowood Press have come to the rescue with a new book in the Europa Militaria series by Martin Brayley, co-author of the excellent 'World War II Tommy in Colour Photographs'.
It's been a while since we heard from Czech manufacturer Calibre 35... Or is that Calibre 48? Or perhaps even Calibre 72?
As you may have guessed, Calibre 35 has extended their range of products to 1/48 and 1/72, titled Calibre 48 and Calibre 72 respectively.
Eduard are all set to plug one of the few gaps in their extensive range of 1/48 scale WW1 aircraft kits with the immenent release of their first version Fokker D.VII.
No matter how much PE you throw in the box, there will always be someone to release an additional PE set. In this case the former being DML, and the latter once again Polish company Part.
As most of your are aware, IPMS Ottawa is hosting CAPCON 2005 and the Canadian Tamiya-Con (Open to Canadian Residents only. See our website for complete details.)
We're about to get started with an online figure painting tutorial over at TimeLines.

The tutorial will be run by Jaume Ortiz and Pete Herrera.

Concord Publications have just released their latest editions in the Armor At War and ASSAULT: Journal of Armored & Heliborne Warfare Series.
Hot off the presses, Pegaso Models has announced its new releases for July 2005. Although not high in quantity this month, these releases are, as always, high in quality!
Many of you may remember the news article about newcomers Trifon Miniatures from the Introduction to the Argentine company I did last month. As a follow up to June 2005's article (and I realise this may appear to be a repeat of the introduction), we are now proud to bring you the first official Trifon Miniatures releases.
Athens Miniatures , Greece's leading high quality figures company , extend their range of 65mm miniatures by 3 more products.
Pretty Interesting historical figures, as a Cozak, a Byzantine Infantry , and a Halberdier.
It has been two months since the last fantastic set of new releases from Spanish company MIG Productions. Once again MIG has succeeded in producing some very interesting releases, and once again they need to be summed up in two seperate news reports. This time, however, not between armour and figures... but rather naval (Warships) and everything else!
MIG Productions has now turned it's head to the naval arena, and has produced one of the most exciting model releases of 2005! Their first naval production is the ferocious Soviet BK1125!
Last month I had the pleasure of introducing the Armorama community to the fantastic figure works of Seil Model and Armorama member Tomas Castano (aka Tomascastano). I once again have the pleasure of announcing the latest release from this winning team!

July 2005 sees the release of the much awaited Tamiya Leclerc...
Tamiya has but 2 figure releases for July 2005, both, I am sure, welcome additions to the relevant series.
Czech-Republic based PlusModel, most noticably known for their series of Mercedes G4's, have just announced their latest batch of diorama and accessory releases.
ACE Model recently announced yet another 1/72 release...
Latest Aircraft Annoucements from Hasegawa in 1/72, 1/48, and 1/32
Once again the Verlinden releases (including forthcoming releases) can be summed up in a single news report - and I think that in itself says it all...

It's been a couple of months since Korean firm Legend Productions announced any new releases - they are now back announcing a new release per series.

Once again, Archer Fine Transfers have produced a long list of new releases in both 1/35th and a cross-scale range of transfers...


Many figurists have heard the name PiLiPiLi, and seen the figures displayed at various shows and expo's globally. Here's a brief introduction to the Belgian company, their range and a few of their recent releases.
New Releases from Classic Airframes Coming Soon!
Here's just what you need to really detail that 1/72 scale "Beast"!
Somewhat overshadowed by the recent plethora of 3-in-1 kits, Dragon has announce the release of a new updated and perfected Henschel Jagdtiger that will be "a leader amongst kits".
DML has released just the one new figure set for July 2005. Unsurprisingly it is a set of Wehrmacht figures.
Armorscale - new company from Poland, dynamically expand their range of products.
Many members may have heard the name ICM whispered in the hallowed virtual halls and passage ways of Armorama.com. Herewith follows a brief background on the Ukrainian company and a roundup of their 2005 new releases to date.
It has been a while since we heard anything from Allied model specialists Resicast. Resicast have been hard at work producing 3 more conversion sets for Tamiya's Universal Carrier (including the 2 pre-release announcements by Jim Rae in October 2004), as well as an exciting new series, with the intention of lifting the burden on modellers' wallets.
Spanish figure manufacturer Elite Miniatures is not a company that has a high release rate of figures. Perhaps it is for that very reason that their high-quality, well detailed figures are so sought after in the figurist community.
About six years ago ROYAL MODEL was established, with production limited to only basic 1/35 scale products and diorama accessories. Since then ROYAL MODEL has grown, expanding their range with new products such as the resin accessories and photogravure to super detail 1/35 and 120mm tanks, arms, equipment and figurines. Most recently they have added AM products for super detailing 1/72 kits!
About six years ago ROYAL MODEL was established, with production limited to only basic 1/35 scale products and diorama accessories. Since then ROYAL MODEL has grown, expanding their range with new products such as the resin accessories and photogravure to super detail 1/35 and 120mm tanks, arms, equipment and figurines.
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