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    January NEW DECALS FOR 2019
  4. Have started on my pas decals R2 D2 beoimg 787-9 all is primed ready to start masking out for the white
  5. These are two of my completed pieces from the Games Workshop Middle Earth range, this highly detailed resin kit contained so much character and after a bit of cleaning and filling here and there was a joy to paint. I used AK Interactive Still Water Resin to create the streams on the bases and Mig Ammo maple leaves to add a real sense of a forest floor. Watch this space for more Middle Earth SBG content!
  6. Tamiya Color bottled Lacquer Paints are highly versatile - whether using them to airbrush large areas, or pick out fine details with a brush, their stunning, consistent tones add superlative realism to your model. Their tough membrane suits them ideally to use as a basecoat, resistant to enamel paints, while swift drying times ensure an efficient painting process. A dedicated thinner is available. ITEM 82101 LP-1 Black ITEM 82102 LP-2 White ITEM 82103 LP-3 Flat black ITEM 82104 LP-4 Flat white ITEM 82105 LP-5 Semi gloss black ITEM 82106 LP-6 Pure blue ITEM 82107 LP-7 Pure red ITEM 82108 LP-8 Pure yellow ITEM 82109 LP-9 Clear ITEM 82110 LP-10 Lacquer thinner ITEM 82111 LP-11 Silver ITEM 82112 LP-12 IJN gray (Kure Arsenal) ITEM 82113 LP-13 IJN gray (Sasebo Arsenal) ITEM 82114 LP-14 IJN gray (Maizuru Arsenal) ITEM 82115 LP-15 IJN gray (Yokosuka Arsenal) ITEM 82116 LP-16 Wooden deck tan ITEM 82117 LP-17 Linoleum deck brown ITEM 82118 LP-18 Dull red ITEM 82119 LP-19 Gun metal ITEM 82120 LP-20 Light gun metal ITEM 82121 LP-21 Italian red ITEM 82122 LP-22 Flat base ITEM 82123 LP-23 Flat clear ITEM 82124 LP-24 Semi gloss clear ITEM 82125 LP-25 Brown (JGSDF) ITEM 82126 LP-26 Dark green (JGSDF) ITEM 82127 LP-27 German gray ITEM 82128 LP-28 Olive drab ITEM 82129 LP-29 Olive drab 2 ITEM 82130 LP-30 Light sand ITEM 82131 LP-31 Dark green 2 (IJN) ITEM 82132 LP-32 Light gray (IJN) ITEM 82133 LP-33 Gray green (IJN) ITEM 82134 LP-34 Light gray ITEM 82135 LP-35 Insignia white ITEM 82136 LP-36 Dark ghost gray ITEM 82137 LP-37 Light ghost gray ITEM 82138 LP-38 Flat aluminum ITEM 82139 LP-39 Racing white ITEM 82140 LP-40 Metallic black ITEM 82141 LP-41 Mica blue ITEM 82142 LP-42 Mica red ITEM 82143 LP-43 Pearl white ITEM 82144 LP-44 Metallic orange ITEM 82145 LP-45 Racing blue ITEM 82146 LP-46 Pure metallic red ITEM 82147 LP-47 Pearl blue ITEM 82148 LP-48 Sparkling silver ITEM 82149 LP-49 Pearl clear ITEM 82150 LP-50 Bright red ITEM 82151 LP-51 Pure orange ITEM 82152 LP-52 Clear red ITEM 82153 LP-53 Clear orange ITEM 82154 LP-54 Dark iron ITEM 82155 LP-55 Dark yellow 2 ITEM 82156 LP-56 Dark green 2 ITEM 82157 LP-57 Red brown 2 ITEM 82158 LP-58 NATO green ITEM 82159 LP-59 NATO brown ITEM 82160 LP-60 NATO black
  7. Luke

    Airfix Workbench

    Last Friday’s Workbench had all the details on two kits that would soon be joining us, including the stunning artwork from the A12009 Victor. Read all about it here: http://ow.ly/QH6R30lkLKv
  8. Luke

    X-Wing Miniatures Game

    X-Wing Miniatures Game With its pivotal role at the Battle of Yavin, the Incom Corporation T-65 X-wing fighter claimed its place in history. Boasting high-powered laser cannons, proton torpedo launchers, and a reinforced titanium-alloy hull, this solid and dependable craft has earned its reputation as a staple in the Rebel Alliance's arsenal against the Galactic Empire. Control the most advanced starfighters and outstanding pilots in the galaxy! In X-Wing Miniatures Game, you take the role of squad leader and command a group of merciless Imperial or daring Rebel pilots in furious ship-to-ship space combat. Featuring stunningly detailed and painted miniatures, X-Wingrecreates exciting Star Wars space battles from small engagements of only a couple of craft to large conflicts where multiple squadrons clash. Select and equip your ships, pick your crew, plan your attack, and complete your mission. The Sienar Fleet Systems TIE fighter, a lightweight and nimble starfighter designed with efficiency and affordability in mind, is the X-wing's opposite in nearly every conceivable way. But what the TIE fighter lacks in defensive capabilities, it more than makes up for in numbers. While one TIE fighter seldom presents a real threat to a skilled Rebel pilot, two or more working in concert can quickly overwhelm ships several times their size. Intuitive Rules Have You Fighting in Minutes “We'll have to destroy them ship to ship. Get the crews to their fighters." –Darth Vader X-Wing includes everything you need to begin your battles, such as thirteen Ship cards (featuring nine Imperial and four Rebel pilots), five Upgrade cards, and three fully assembled and painted ships. With the quick-start rules, you can simply select one of the exciting missions, position your ships on the playing space as instructed, and choose your opening move. Fast and visceral, X-Wing puts you in the middle of fierce Star Wars firefights. Use each craft’s unique maneuver dial to secretly plot its movement action for each turn. After each player has locked in his movement decisions, the dials are revealed and ships are moved, starting with the lowest skilled pilots. Pepper the enemy with blaster fire as you rush into the dogfight, or move into combat range slowly, attaining deadly target locks before you launch a devastating attack. No matter your plan of attack, you’ll be in total control throughout the tense action. To move your ships, simply use the maneuver template guide that corresponds to the maneuver you've chosen for a given turn. First, place the starting end of the movement guide flush with the base of your craft. Then, pick up your miniature and place it at the end of the template. After all the ships have moved, you're free to determine attacks against any enemies in range. This straightforward mechanic delivers a wealth of tactical depth; make sharp turns, execute amazing Koiogran turns, and outmaneuver your opponent! Choose Your Crew and Arm Your Starfighters “That little droid and I have been through a lot together.” –Luke Skywalker Build your own squadron using X-Wing’s advanced rules to select your favorite starfighters, pilots, and upgrades. Before the game begins, you’ll have a set amount of Fleet Points to invest, which you may spend to customize your squad. Whether you enter the fight with a Rookie Pilot, an experienced Red Squadron Pilot, or even the resourceful Luke Skywalker, you’ll have a range of options before you even fire up your engines. Moreover, you can arm your ships with astromech droids, extra weapons, or special skills, which have a significant impact on your fighter’s battle performance. For example, while the powerful X-wing can establish a target lock on Imperial starfighters, increasing its offensive potential on a future attack, only the nimble TIE fighter can execute an evasive barrel roll to avoid incoming fire. For additional firepower, add lethal proton torpedoes to your X-wing, or increase the performance of your TIE fighters with skills like Marksmanship. These unique actions, along with a range of special upgrades, help create a unique play experience every time. Recreate the Most Memorable Battles in the Galaxy “Evacuate? In our moment of triumph? I think you overestimate their chances.” –Grand Moff Tarkin X-Wing can be played in a variety of ways. Select one of the thrilling missions in the rulebook for a narrative game, or dogfight with your opponent until only one ship remains. You can even create your own exciting scenarios or recreate a mission based on one of the epic battles from the films. No matter how you play X-Wing, only the most clever pilots employing a range of tactics will emerge victorious. What's more, no mission will ever play the same way twice, thanks to a range of customization options, varied maneuvers, and possible combat outcomes. Damage, for example, is determined through dice and applied in the form of a shuffled Damage deck. Most damage results require you to draw a Damage card and place it facedown by the ship’s card as a reminder the ship has been hit; however, each time your fighter sustains a critical hit, you'll draw a Damage card and place it faceup by the ship’s card. Critical hits assign a special handicap. Was your targeting computer damaged, affecting your ability to acquire a lock on the enemy? Perhaps an ill-timed weapon malfunction will limit your offensive capabilities. Or worse yet, your pilot could be injured, compromising his ability to focus on the life-and-death struggle in which he is engaged… With its dynamic rules system, beautifully detailed components, and range of gameplay options, X-Wing immerses players in the tense cinematic excitement of Star Wars interplanetary combat. Take to the stars, and decide the fate of the galaxy!
  9. Going to start on the f-rsin trislander so far all parts have been check and displayed ready to start work
  10. Magic: The Gathering is a both a trading card and digital collectible card game created by Richard Garfield.[1] Released in 1993 by Wizards of the Coast, Magic was the first trading card game created and it continues to thrive, with approximately twenty million players as of 2015,[2][3][4] and over twenty billion Magic cards produced in the period of 2008 to 2016 alone.[5] Magic can be played by two or more players in various formats, which fall into two categories: constructed and limited. Limited formats involve players building a deck spontaneously out of a pool of random cards with a minimum deck size of 40 cards. In constructed, players created decks from cards they own, usually 60 cards with no more than 4 of any given card. Magic is played in person with printed cards, or using a deck of virtual cards through the Internet-based Magic: The Gathering Online, or on a smartphone or tablet, or through other programs. Each game represents a battle between wizardsknown as "planeswalkers", who employ spells, artifacts, and creatures depicted on individual Magiccards to defeat their opponents. Although the original concept of the game drew heavily from the motifs of traditional fantasy role-playing games such as Dungeons & Dragons, the gameplay of Magic bears little similarity to pencil-and-paper adventure games, while having substantially more cards and more complex rules than many other card games. New cards are released on a regular basis through expansion sets. An organized tournament systemplayed at an international level and a worldwide community of professional Magic players has developed, as well as a substantial secondary marketfor Magic cards. Certain Magic cards can be valuable due to their rarity and utility in game play, with prices ranging from a few cents to thousands of dollars.
  11. Luke

    What is Blood Bowl

    Blood Bowl is a fantasy football game created by Jervis Johnson for the British games company Games Workshop as a parody of American Football.[1] The game was first released in 1986 and has been re-released in new editions since. Blood Bowl is set in an alternate version of the Warhammer Fantasy setting, populated by traditional fantasyelements such as human warriors, goblins, dwarves, elves, orcs and trolls. The most recent purchasable edition of the game contains a printed copy of Living Rulebook 1.0. However, the most up-to-date version of the game's rules is the Competition Rules Pack, or CRP. This is no longer available from the Games Workshop's website, but can be found on thenaf.net, which is the global fan organisation for Blood Bowl. At Warhammer Fest 2016, Games Workshop showed various elements of an upcoming new edition of the game, which will feature the current CRP rules and feature a double sided board and all new plastic miniatures.[2] The announced edition of the game (Named Blood Bowl 2016 Edition) was released worldwide in time for the 2016 Christmas season.
  12. Hi all, Because I care about your security, I have migrated the amodeller.com community site to use SSL. This is mostly a technical change, but if you notice anything odd about the site in the next few days, or get error messages relating to site security please let me know by posting in the forum or dropping me an email. Luke
  13. He is one from the airfix pearl harbour set others to follow
  14. Here is my completed airfix boeing 737-200 with braz engines and decals by two six decals. Detailing set from nazca decals
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    The new Emoticon/Smiley system brings up a pop-up window when you click on the smiley button in your posting window. This only shows a fraction of our frankly extravagant selection, the rest of which are available by clicking on the little Categories Dropdown, and choosing Emoticons, which at time of writing shows 204 of them. They should populate the little box and you can choose at will.
  16. Luke

    Following Members

    No, we're not trying to encourage stalking, but if you want to be sure to catch every utterance from any member, whether it's a friend, a modeller you admire, someone hilarious, or just a good raconteur, you can now do so with the Following options. When you decide who you want to follow, you can either visit their profile either by searching for them, clicking on their name next to a post, or by viewing the online members if they're currently visible. choose +Follow Member from their header, choose whether to do so anonymously or not, and set up your notification preferences. you can also unfollow them in the same way if they get a bit tedious or are constantly posting new FAQ topics and it's doing your head in
  17. Luke

    IPMS Chiltern Model Show 2018

    September 9 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm BST Admission Adults £3, Senior Citizens £2, Chidren under 16 £1 Make-a-kit area for youngsters Tombola Bar and refreshments Traders welcome Review of the 2017 Show The Chiltern Scale Model Club put on a new model show at the Weatherley Centre in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire in September. The show was well supported by local clubs from the region, and some superb models were on display. Model traders supported the event as well to provide plenty for everyone attending to look around and spend their money on. The tombola prize draw also proved very popular with all the prizes being won before lunchtime, and this raised a good sum for Help The Heroes. The model competition was well supported and produced some fine examples in all the categories. CSMC would like to thank everyone who attended to support this new event in the modeling calendar. As an new event at a new venue, the feedback was very positive. The venue provides alot of space for displaying clubs and traders, and the facilities on site were very good, with hot bacon rolls, hot and cold drinks available all day at the bar. This was the first show for many years put on by CSMC and proved to be a success.
  18. September 8 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm BST Club stands Competition Traders Make & Take Raffle Refreshments Free entry Free car park Details Date: September 8 Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Organiser Jason Forester Email: csm-cornwallmodelshow@hotmail.com Website: https://www.facebook.com/cornishscalemodellers
  19. Luke

    ASVC Wombourne Show 2018

    Details Date: September 2 Time: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Organiser ASVC Wombourne – Martyn Crowther Phone: 07985664790 Email: martyn_crowther21@hotmail.co.uk
  20. September 2 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm BST Our Seventh Show, held at the Rix Pavilion, Driffield Showground. Show to include displays from Club’s and SIG’s, with Traders dealing in kits, accessories, books, paints, decals. Make and Take event Informal competition Free Parking Hot and Cold Refreshments Admission £3.50 per Adult, Children up to 15yrs Free if accompanied by paying adult
  21. Luke

    Scale Scotland 2018

    August 25 @ 10:00 am - 5:00 pm BST NOTE NEW VENUE Model demonstrations Quality trade stands Club displays Competition Tasty BBQ FREE parking Kids’ make and paint WW1 reenactors Entry ONLY £5, under 16s FREE https://www.scalescotland.co.uk/
  22. Luke

    Southampton Toy Fair August 2018

    August 19 @ 10:00 am - 2:30 pm BST New & Pre-owned toys, model railways & diecast Light refreshments available Free parking & close to public transport 10am-2.30pm (last entry 2pm) £1 entrance fee (children under 12 free) Millbrook train station 10 minute walk away Blue star buses 6,8,9,11 & 12 from Southampton Train station to Regents Park Road then a 5 minute walk To trade at this event or more information please call on 02380772681 & ask for Ron or Annmarie
  23. The ‘Big Meet’ is a chance to see the best of what the local clubs** can offer, and join them for a day together View their displays, buy and sell a few kits, take part in the friendly competitions* Watch modelling demonstrations and listen to the guest speakers Pick up a few bits and pieces from the sponsoring traders Members of the public welcome. Entry is free Food and drink available at the venue Full up to date details from our Facebook page *Competition entries only accepted from local, invited model clubs’ membership only **Clubs by invitation only
  24. Boscombe Down Aviation Collection Model Show 2018 August 12 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm BST Free parking Competition Adult £8.50, Child £6.00, Concessions £7.00 includes entry to the model show and museum and the experience of sitting in fast jet cockpits http://www.boscombedownaviationcollection.co.uk/
  25. Luke

    IPMS Avon Show 2018

    August 5 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm BST IPMS Avons’ show, organised in association with Lincombe Barn Wargaming Society, presents one of the largest one day shows in the South Over 40 Trade stands Over 80 club stands and Special Interest Groups (SIG’s) Bring and buy stand for wargamers Open model competition, wargaming competitions Free “make and take” for children Tombola Hot and cold refreshments available all day Wheelchair access and facilities FREE car parking and easy access from M4/M5 Checkout the reviews and photos of last years show at http://www.ipmsavon.org.uk/shows.php Admission: Adults £5.00, Children under 16 £2.00
  26. Luke


    The aim of Amodeller.com is to bring together modellers of all ages and ability, to enable them to have a meeting place if they have friends separated by time and distance. As well as a meeting place the forum is valuable for seeking advice and encouragement within the hobby and in enabling members to share advice, hints, tips and reference material. The forum is also a vehicle for Group Builds, of which more anon on a separate page. Members feeling confident enough are able to share their builds in blow by blow accounts and then post up their completed pride and joy, in fact everybody is encouraged to do this regardless of experience or level of skill.
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