The absence of the as-yet unfinished sprue containing the weapons and related accessories such as missiles, pylons and racks for the 1/72 scale MiG-21MF, for the pre-release LIBRARY EDITION

will be solved by the addition of Brassin parts. In this kit, you will find underwing pylons and racks, belly rack for the main external fuel tank, and four R3-S missiles. The pylon and rocket racks for this edition were designed by the chief of the Brassin production department, Rene Kratochvil.

The first production run for the pre-release LIBRARY EDITION orders will end on Thursday, March 15th!”

Pre-release Library Edition of MiG-21MF in 1/72 scale can be ordered NOW

This special Library edition gives you chance to have your brand new 1/72 MiG-21MF for one month earlier than the premiere ProfiPACK!

Kit covers marking of No. 4127 of the Czech Air Force, wearing the Knight emblem of the Eduard company.

– 1st RUN – 6 – 15 March 2018 (discounted price)
– 2nd RUN – 21 – 31 March 2018 (standard price)

Kits will dispatch after 2nd of April 2018.

– plastic parts: Eduard
– No. of decal options: 1
– decals: Eduard
– PE parts: yes
– painting mask: yes
– resin parts: yes, wing & fuselage pylons, R-3S missiles with adapters.




MiG-21MF 1/72 – NEW TOOL

The first testshots of our brand new MiG-21MF kit in 1/72 scale! The release is planned for May 2018.

This Bf 109G-14 in 1/48 scale from ProfiPACK edition kit represents colour scheme ‘D’ – aircraft flown by Oblt. R. Schlegel, CO of 10./ JG 4, Jüterbog – Damm, Germany, March 1945.

Fw 190A-5 light fighter 1/48 – NEW TOOL

The brand new Fw 190A-5 in 1/48 scale has no relation with the earlier edition of this kit. However, we believe it will be at least as successful as the previous release. The wing and fuselage are from newly finished tools. Sprues containing common and clear parts were already used in the ProfiPACK Fw 190A-4 kit, and in the Royal Class Fw 190A-2, A-3, A-4 kit, at the end of last year. The first ProfiPACK Fw 190A-5 kit (March 2018) willoffer a sub-version with a two-cannon wing

The model of Fokker E.II 69/15 in 1/48 scale (Weekend edition) represents the ‘A‘ colour scheme – aircraft flown by Lt. K. von Crailsheim, Feldfliegerabteilung 53, Western Front, October 1915. Built by Pavel Zimandl.
February new release in the Weekend edition

Fokker E.II, 68/15 in 1/48 scale built by Martin Jirkal. The model represents the ‘B’ colour scheme – aircraft flown by Lt. Brückmann, Armeeabteilung Gaede, Western Front, late 1915/ early 1916.
February new release in the Weekend edition

ProfiPACK edition kit of British high-altitude fighter aircraft Spitfire HF Mk.VIII in 1/48 scale. February new release in the ProfiPACK edition.

– plastic parts by Eduard,
– decals by Eduard for 5 colour schemes,
– coloured PE parts,
– painting mask.

February Limited Edition kit MERSU (Bf 109 G-2 and G-6 in Finland) Dual Combo in 1/48 scale contains sprues for 2 complete models and decals for 10 aircraft. Both versions of aircraft can be built from the kit.
To build the other attractive colour schemes and increase your kit options, we also offer Overtrees and Overlept sets for both versions.
Sets cat. no. 82116X and 82116-LEPT are designed for the G-2 version.

This BIG ED collection of 4 individual sets for RN Roma in 1/350 scale by Trumpeter was released in February under cat. no. BIG5346.

– main deck and guns,
– AA gun,
– general set,
– figures Regia Marina WWII.

Model of the Bf 109G-6 aircraft, represents the ‘J‘ colour scheme – marking of a racing machine MT-508, luutnantti (lieutenant) Arvo Arima, Hlelv 31, Air Race, Utti, Finland, June 1950.
The model was bulit Jan Novotný from the MERSU kit (Bf 109 G-2 and G-6 in Finland) Dual combo in 1/48 scale.
February new release in the Limited Edition, cat. no. 11114

Two versions of Brassin cockpit sets for the Fw 190A-8 kit in 1/32 scale from Revell. A standard cockpit and a cockpit for night fighter Fw 190A-8/R11, which has a locator screen on its dashboard. February new releases.

Both versions include coloured PE parts including the dashboard with glazed instruments.

February Limited Edition kit MERSU (Bf 109 G-2 and G-6 in Finland) Dual Combo in 1/48 scale contains sprues for 2 complete models and decals for 10 aircraft. Both versions of aircraft can be built from the kit.
To build the other attractive colour schemes and increase your kit options, we also offer Overtrees and Overlept sets for both versions.
Sets cat. no. 82111X and 82111-LEPT are designed for the G-6 version

Together with the British WWII high-altitude fighter aircraft Spitfire HF Mk.VIII kit in 1/48 scale we released also the Overtrees and Overlept sets to increase your kit options

Model of the Bf 109G-2 aircraft, represents the ‘D‘ colour scheme – Bf 109G-2, MT-230, flown by kapteeni (Captain) Jaakko Puolakkainen, 2/HLeLv 28, Värtsilä, Finland, August 1944.
The model was bulit by Petr Zatřepálek from the MERSU kit (Bf 109 G-2 and G-6 in Finland) Dual combo in 1/48 scale.
February new release in the Limited Edition, cat. no. 11114

This model bulit by Paolo Portuesi is from our Royal Class Fw 190A EARLY VERSIONS (A-2/3/4) kit in 1/48 scale. It represents the Fw 190A-2 aircraft, W. Nr. 120206, flown by Fw. W. Grünlinger, Stab III./JG 26, Wevelgem, Belgium, September 1942 (colour scheme ‘B‘).



The first traditional Czechoslovak manufacturer of plastic models, Kovozávody Prostějov, has just announced the hot news, which is also promising to restore all major types from the “original” Kovozávody.This is a new Fishbed scheduled for this spring, which returns to the offer under the KP brand. We will exclusively provide you with all the information you will release.

After versions of MF and R MiGu-21, which are already close to sell out, Kovozávody Prostějov comes with another version of Fishbed. This time, a pair of boxes are being prepared for release, affecting versions S (M) and M (A). The first one contains camouflage schematics of VVS USSR machines – one attractive in invasive painting from 1968, MA also offers two Czechoslovakian machines with attractive “pinupky” and East German and Romanian machine.
We remind you that the KP offers also a set of mask for the cab for this model. The Year of Migrations will continue in the following year, when MiG-21bis and PFM are waiting for us.

Migrations in areas of the so-called Third World fly in colorful camouflage. A new box from KP, which was first marketed for Modellbrno 2017, responds to this. KP’s offer also featured cabin masks as the first of the planned add-ons to the basic kit.


After the premiere in the Hungarian Mosonmagyarovar, KP works for another Migu-21 box, this time the MFN

The premiere of the first three covers of the new MiG-21 is coming, scheduled for the show in the Hungarian Mosonmagyarovar for the upcoming weekend. There should be two MF boxes and one R version.

The third pack in the introductory series will be Migy – 21MF in the colors of European users – in a box you will find one aircraft of the GDR, the Polish Air Force, the Slovak Air Force and the Hungarian machine.

The first Fishbed version of R is dedicated to European users who combine former membership in the wounded Warsaw Pact. In the possibilities of coloring you will find a machine of the Czechoslovak Air Force, the Czech Air Force and one machine Polish and Romanian.

Interesting users of reconnaissance migrations of version R belonged to the Romanian Air Force. This is why the Romanian machine will be part of the MiG-21R cover.


On the Nymburk forum, a mistaken coloring of the container of the Polish machine version R was pointed out. How is it with the containers of the Polish machines 21R?
From 1968 to 1972, between 1968 and 1972, a total of 36 aircraft and 18 D and R containers were delivered to Poland. They were not supplied with N-type containers for photoprojection at night. Let’s look at both containers.

Type D container

Container D was designed for daily photoprojection. This all-metal container with ribbed aluminum sheets to the inner construction was divided into individual sections designed to fit the equipment. The molded pendant was fitted with a rubber seal, thanks to which it was attached to the hull of the airplane. In the cover are mounting holes for manipulation with cameras. At the bottom there are windows for photography itself, covered by curtains. These apertures only opened during camera operation.

Container type R

Container for radio surveying. The construction is similar to the previous type. The difference is the four large holes in the sides designed to mount the SRS-6 antenna blocks on the front and the SRS-7M in the center. Antenna blocks are covered with dielectric covers, their green color is different at first glance from type D. In the front lower part there is a single window for the camera, again with a screen, opened only during the operation of the camera.

The 1101 is captured just like a D-container on most photos, and so is captured by our drawing.

In addition to the MF version, the MiG-21 version of the R is also planned. The reconnaissance container is part of the kit as well as other differential components. For Poland, the Polish market is important, so one of the schemes is devoted to the “eRka” of the Polish Air Force. The Polish model Model Maker collaborated to reconstruct the color.

An important factor for each model is certainly the price. The new KP, MiG-21MF has a recommended retail price set at CZK 298, which is certainly a favorable price.

Among the major users of the Mig-21MF were also the Polish Air Force. This is why KP will bring an attractive camouflage of Polish mime in one of the covers.

Information on the “stealing” camouflage from Eduard kits has appeared on the Nymburk forum. KP has expressed its opinion on Modelar’s – Each manufacturer chooses attractive color schemes in its construction kit. The KP works with the available publications, we also approached their authors. Several hundred photos of Mig-21 different users gathered in the company archive. According to these materials we process our camouflage. That we have chosen the same, it is quite logical, deciding the attractiveness of the original. The consensus will certainly be more. After all, KOPRO has released several MSs at the age of twenty-one before EDUARD’s Thursday, and these schemes are available in these quarters. Did EDUARD croak KOPRO? No, they only chose the colors that are “catchy”. The offer of “coats” is simply limited.

You can find out how to trick the bugs by using the Eduard tutorials in the accompanying illustration.

KP also changed the design of the back of the packaging. Instead of the coloring instructions, they only contain information about the camouflage and markings available, and the detailed instructions have been moved to the A4 building instructions.

The instructions in the new Fishbeds from KP will already be printed in A4 format, according to the manufacturer’s announcement at the request of you modellers. The color schemes will be listed directly in the manual to make it clearer than on the back of the packaging. New color schemes also include details of the details and individual parts of the airplane, indicating the appropriate color. Color palettes are already standard in the Humbrol and Agama ranges.