Airfix Model World

Your complete guide to the world of scale modelling.

The Official Airfix
Modelling Magazine

Welcome to Airfix Model World (AMW). We hope you will be pleasantly surprised by the contents, not just in terms of actual builds, but also the high-quality photography (all by contributors) and explanatory text. Both have been trademarks of this magazine since its inception, with the former crucial to creating an easily understandable article – after all, model-making is a visual hobby, so we have always strived to show readers just how the end result is achieved.

While we feature Airfix products in every issue, we also cover those from other major manufacturers, such as Eduard, Hasegawa, Revell, Special Hobby, IBG Models, Italeri, Tamiya and Kinetic, as well as those from limited-run and ‘cottage industry’ firms. It means we cover every genre of the hobby, from figures and aircraft to armour, maritime and sci-fi/real space, with the aim of providing the broadest selection of content.

Furthermore, AMW has strived to include informative history/background articles with certain build features, often providing a different take on an otherwise familiar topic. These are written by renowned historians or people involved intimately with a subject. If you are seeking something more in-depth, then we occasionally publish special supplements, dedicated sections or bookazines, which focus on either a theme or a newly-tooled kit, along with valuable reference material on the real subject where feasible. No other monthly modelling magazine offers this much variety and quality.

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The cockpit was one of the main improvements when aircraft were upgraded to F-16 Mid-Life Update standard, and modellers can replicate this on Revell’s 1/72 kits, thanks to CMK’s resin set.

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Having recently re-boxed Revell’s 1/48 and 1/72 Tornado kits, it’s no surprise Eduard has added upgrades for these to its Brassin range, including these exhaust nozzles for the small-scale GR.1 offering.

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Designed as a quick and easy upgrade for either Airfix or Trumpeter 1/24 Spitfire kits, this neat resin set comprises two mainwheels that will fit directly onto the undercarriage axle/locating pin.

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Eduard’s resin and photo-etched brass TIALD pod is ideal for any 1/32 Tornado GR.1 or early Harrier GR.7.

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Modellers with 1/350 kits of either World War One ships or destroyers of the A-I-classes during World War Two will find these exquisite 3D-printed 3in anti-aircraft guns a quick and easy upgrade.

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The second of DK Decals’ Hurricane collections provides markings for 15 schemes and includes examples of the Royal Navy’s Sea Hurricane Mk.I, along with the more common land-based version.

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Star Decals has mirrored two increasing military modelling trends with these decals, as they cater for 1/48 offerings and Finnish insignia.

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H-Models has produced several limited-edition decal sheets for 1/48 Kawasaki Ki-48 Sokei kits, one of which provides this pair of alternative schemes to those supplied in AZ Models styrene or Sanger’s vac-form kits.

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An unusual embellishment adorns the Accurate Armour 1/35 resin Spartan CVR(T), expertly buillt and mounted on a groundwork base by Dave Oliver.

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Airliner modellers seeking something different for their Eastern Express, Minicraft, Welsh Models or Zvezda Boeing 757-200 kits may find Decales Global’s AeroMexico set ideal.

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