First release of MiG-21PF scale kit in 48th scale in ProfiPACK edition.
Eduard November Release (1:24)
Typhoon wheels 1/24 Scale.
F-4B Ejection Seats (late). (1:48)
November 10th release date.
ProfiPACK Edition scale kit of SSW D.III
1/48th Bf 109G Royal Class (1:48)
Eduard have released this month a Royal Class edition of the new tools scale plastic kit of Bf 109G in 1/48 scale.
Gustav - Zero Hour (1:48)
Eduard's Bf 109G-6 countdown reaches its climax with the announcement of a video about the wheel well bulges.
In this instalment we meet Martin Lebl - the talented designer behind Eduard's popular Brassin upgrades.
The wing root bulges have been the centre of debate in some quarters, so in one of the final instalments before the kit is launched, Eduard have published reference photos of the Bf 109G-4 (EADS Manching) for comparison.
Having revealed the very impressive standard cockpit. Eduard now take things to the next level in detailing with the Brassin version released to accompany their new Bf 109G-6 - virtually a kit in its own right.
This time Eduard unveil the highly detailed finished cockpit of the ProfiPACK Bf 109G-6 kit, complete with pre-coloured photo-etched parts.
Be it the spinner, the oil cooler, the guns or whatever - the Gustav's nose is always a prime centre of attention for modellers.
Eduard have sent us photos of the highly realistic flexible printed paper seatbelts that will be released as accessories to accompany the new Bf 109G-6 (Note: the standard kit will include full pre-coloured photo-etched harnesses - See T-Minus 12).
Gustav - T-Minus 4B - Tail (1:48)
This time we get a look at the completed tail assembly, showing the detailed panels and riveting, along with the fabric effect on the control surfaces.
This time we meet the talented modeller behind all the finished builds that Eduard publish - Martin Nademlejnsky. And watch out for a link next Wednesday to a video of the new Gustav under construction.
This episode brings us a look at the superbly detailed fully finished and painted Brassin engine and gun bay.
The countdown continues unabated and we now get our first glimpse of the highly detailed main undercarriage and wells. Remember - these are still test-mouldings as final adjustments are made.
In the latest press release Eduard highlight the painting masks designed for the new Gustav.
In this instalment we get our first glimpse of the Bf 109G-6's instructions, revealing the sort of detail to expect in the standard kit, along with interesting touches like the photo-etched exhaust shrouds for a true-to-scale appearance.
Today Eduard reveal the actual resin parts for Brassin set #648147 - the WGr.21s designed for their new Bf 109G.
Gustav - T-Minus 10 (1:48)
Inside the final fortnight and Eduard display the pair of decals sheets to be included with their quarterscale Bf 109G-6 - kit #8682.
In the latest instalment we meet Lukas Zajic, Eduards's photo-etch details designer.
Gustav - T-Minus 11 (1:48)
Eduard take a break for Easter, so E-Bunny steals the limelight today.
Tonight Eduard have sent us a shot of the photo-etched fret to be included with the ProfiPACK Bf 109G-6. This includes highly detailed pre-coloured interior parts along with exterior details.
Gustav - T-Minus 13 (1:48)
E-Bunny gets in on the act today, as if to indicate that it's not always plain sailing bringing a complex project like the Gustav to fruition.
Today's second instalment focuses on the highly detailed Brassin underwing rockets designed to accompany the release of the new 1:48 Bf 109G-6:
Today Eduard unveil Sprue I which holds some of the detail parts for the Bf 109G-6 and other versions. Nice touches include the slide moulded hollow exhausts and gun barrels, and what appears to be a subtle stretched effect on the fabric surface:
Gustav - T-Minus 15 (1:48)
Today Eduard have published an interview with Katerina Borecka – the artist responsible for boxtop painting of their new 1:48 Bf 109G-6:
In the latest update Eduard show us the finished castings of the Brassin mainwheels set:
Today Eduard unveil the final decal option for their new 1:48 Bf 109G-6, plus top-views of all five schemes:
Today the attention turns to the highly detailed resin mainwheels designed to accompany the release of the standard kit:
Today sees the unveiling of the fourth colour scheme chosen for the first release of the new Bf 109G-6:
Today's second instalment brings the beautifully detailed finished parts for the Brassin DB 605 and gun compartment:
The countdown continues with a first glimpse of 3D renders of the highly detailed Brassin engine set designed to accompany the new quarterscale Gustav:
Instalment -20B looks at the Sprue J which contains the clear parts.
Day -20 reveals the third confirmed colour scheme for Eduard's new Bf 109G-6:
Just 21 days to launch and some of the smaller details are revealed.
The second instalment of Day 22 before release reveals the highly detailed finished Brassin cockpit set.
Today sees the second of the confirmed schemes for Eduard's new-tool Bf 109G-6:
Today, Eduard look beyond the standard kit to the highly detailed Brassin cockpit due for release at the same time:
Today Eduard reveal the first of five confirmed colour schemes for their new 1:48 Bf 109G-6:
This instalment looks at a test moulding of the fuselage sprue and highlights some of the fine surface details:
In today's update, we take a look behind the scenes at Eduard as they test the new moulds for their Gustav:
This morning's instalment brings a look at the finished castings of the R6 20mm cannon pods.
This time Eduard bring us renders of the Brassin aftermarket 20mm cannon pods designed to accompany the new Gustav.
Eduard give us a look at the wing sprue and surface details for their upcoming Bf 109G-6. The new kit will comprise six sprues.
In the second instalment of the day's countdown, Eduard give a glimpse of the visits they made in the course of researching for their new Bf 109G-6. It encouraging to note in these high tech days that, when it's the best tool for the job, designers still reach for a Mk.1 Pencil!
Eduard continue the countdown to the release of their new 1:48 Bf 109G-6 with a look at the striking box-top:
Day one of the month-long countdown to the launch of Eduard's new-tool Bf 109G-6 begins with 3D renders of the model:
Gustav Countdown (1:48)
Eduard are all set to begin the countdown to the launch of their eagerly anticipated new 1:48 Messerschmitt Bf 109G-6, and we'll be running a month-long series of News updates covering all aspects of the kit:
Here's some reconnaissance on the new 1:48 MiG-21R coming this month from Eduard. Eduard has released their promotional material on the upcoming MiG kit, let's take a look!