News from Special Hobby 2/2018

News from Special Hobby and CMK Kits View e-mail online The February edition of Special Hobby Newsletter is also an invitation for all our customers and modellers interested in what our firm produces to visit this year’s Nuremberg Toy Fair, the famous SPIELWARENMESSE 2018 in Germany. We will be more than happy to be able to say hello to all of you who decides to visit our stand in Hall no.7, stand no. E-52. Come, you all are crodially invited, it will be worth it.But before we go further to this month’s new kits and sets, I would like to let you know about the kits we are preparing now to be available during a couple of months to come. In 1/72 scale, you could look forward to the long awaited Dornier Do-27 and also a very early jet, the Vampire Mk.I in two various releases. We are also thrilled to offer the modeller community a completely new FH-1 Phantom kit, produced using all new moulding tools. In the quarter scale, you may already know about our announced SH-37 trainer jet. A…

Folland Gnat F. Mk. I kit in 1/72 built by Luis Pacheco

Beautiful pictures of our Folland Gnat F. Mk. I kit in 1/72. The kit was built by Luis Pacheco who also took the pictures. Thank you, Luis!

1/72 SAAB 37 Viggen from Tarangus/Special Hobby - polished clear parts

Following the completely succesfull fit test of the 1/72 Viggen clear parts, our highly skilled colleague in the toolshop studio polished and I have to say that really very nicely, the cavities and cores of the clear parts aluminium moulding tool. His effort was undoubtedly worth it, you can see the result in the image below.

The beautiful books from HMH Publications

Have a look at the newest addition to our product range - the beautiful books from HMH Publications.

Full colour, very dynamic lay-out, filled with hundreds of new, original and high resolution photographs and up-to-date information.

MV120 MAN LE 10.220 Flugzeugschlepper 1/72 - CMK resin kit

CMK colleagues have prepared another resin model kit in their MV range. This kit, number MV120, represents a German military aircraft tug vehicle, the MAN LE 10.220 which could happily join any of your contemporary Bundesluftwaffe model such us the Tornado, Taifun or others.
   The design was created using 3D software, the master parts produced on a 3D printer to achieve superb levels of detail. What is no doubt interesting, the canopy clear parts are injection moulded into metal mould tools. Decals included too, of course.