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Inside the final fortnight and Eduard display the pair of decals sheets to be included with their quarterscale Bf 109G-6 - kit #8682.
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In the latest instalment we meet Lukas Zajic, Eduards's photo-etch details designer.
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Eduard take a break for Easter, so E-Bunny steals the limelight today.
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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.
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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.
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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:
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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:
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Today Eduard have published an interview with Katerina Borecka the artist responsible for boxtop painting of their new 1:48 Bf 109G-6:
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In the latest update Eduard show us the finished castings of the Brassin mainwheels set:
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Today Eduard unveil the final decal option for their new 1:48 Bf 109G-6, plus top-views of all five schemes:
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Today the attention turns to the highly detailed resin mainwheels designed to accompany the release of the standard kit:
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Today sees the unveiling of the fourth colour scheme chosen for the first release of the new Bf 109G-6:
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Today's second instalment brings the beautifully detailed finished parts for the Brassin DB 605 and gun compartment:
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The countdown continues with a first glimpse of 3D renders of the highly detailed Brassin engine set designed to accompany the new quarterscale Gustav:
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Instalment -20B looks at the Sprue J which contains the clear parts.
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Day -20 reveals the third confirmed colour scheme for Eduard's new Bf 109G-6:
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Just 21 days to launch and some of the smaller details are revealed.
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The second instalment of Day 22 before release reveals the highly detailed finished Brassin cockpit set.
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Today sees the second of the confirmed schemes for Eduard's new-tool Bf 109G-6:
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Today, Eduard look beyond the standard kit to the highly detailed Brassin cockpit due for release at the same time:
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Today Eduard reveal the first of five confirmed colour schemes for their new 1:48 Bf 109G-6:
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This instalment looks at a test moulding of the fuselage sprue and highlights some of the fine surface details:
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In today's update, we take a look behind the scenes at Eduard as they test the new moulds for their Gustav:
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This morning's instalment brings a look at the finished castings of the R6 20mm cannon pods.
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This time Eduard bring us renders of the Brassin aftermarket 20mm cannon pods designed to accompany the new Gustav.
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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.
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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!
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Eduard continue the countdown to the release of their new 1:48 Bf 109G-6 with a look at the striking box-top:
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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:
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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:
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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!
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Here's the line-up of new kits and improvements scheduled by Eduard for January 2014.
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Eduard have published a short preview of their forthcoming kits and improvement sets for December 2013.
Eduard November 2013 releases.
Eduard have published today line-up of their kits, PE-sets, masks, decals and all other goods scheduled for October.
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Eduard have announced another variant of the 1:48 scale MiG-21. This one is the PFM - a bit earlier than those already released.
Here's a preview of Eduard September 2013 releases.
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Finally! Eduard brings back their stripdown brass & resin kit! Photo-etched, resin and plastic parts.
Eduard have just announced their line-up for May 2013.
On the Eduard website we have just found a line-up of their releases scheduled for April. As far as we know previously announced items for March are already available.
Eduard has just announced a line-up of new and incoming sets scheduled to release for March 2013.
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Eduard has just revealed one more sprue for their forthcoming 1/48 Spitfire Mk.IX.
Eduard February 2013 releases which were just announced on their official website.
Eduard has just published line-up of their news scheduled for January 2013.
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On the Eduard website we have found three photographs showing few details of incoming Bf110G-2 in 1:72 scale.
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Sorry for a bit provocative title, I just wanted to encourage you somehow to get here.
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Eduard have announced new releases of kits, Brassins, Photo-etched frets and painting masks scheduled for December.
Eduard have just published the line-up of their incoming model kits and improvement sets for November 2012.
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On the Eduard website and Facebook profile we have found three new kits and editions in the company offer. We can find something interesting in almost all most popular scales.
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Eduard have published four photographs presenting their incoming Spitfires Mk.IXe in the tiny 1:144 scale.