From Models by Marek

Discussion in 'Kit Announcements' started by DeWayne, Jul 8, 2004.

  1. DeWayne

    DeWayne Member

    Hey, All,
    Some wonderful news... There are new releases coming from Marek...

    1:50-scale on the singles page:

    Bristol Beaufighter 02 307th Squadron, Polish Air Force


    Bristol F2b 20.71 'Fighter' with the Polish Air Service in July through
    August, 1920 during the Polish-Russian war.

    Watch very close as there are many new releases coming and they will promise
    to be very interesting.

    These new releases will be ready for download Friday, 9 Jul, 04 and the CD's about 5 days later.
    Thank you
  2. rickstef

    rickstef Guest


    is that Beaufighter the same model as the green and gray camo Beaufighter?

    i am interested

  3. DeWayne

    DeWayne Member

    Same series but this one appears to be in night fighter livery. Sorry for the low resolution but this should give you the idea.
  4. DeWayne

    DeWayne Member

    Updated information

    There are no mistakes in paint or numbers. This is the same airplane! The plane was painted blackl first as it was night fighter. It then was repainted in standard British livery because these airplanes were then directed to fight over sea (water) to defened against Ju-88 and Me-110 which attacked sea convoys.

    (Edited for smoother reading by me)

    This should clear up a error I made earlier... Makes for an interesting bit of history being able to follow the transistion in the role as well as the paint change of a given model. If anyone who has already ordered this last release is dis-satisfied, contact me and make another selection. I will be happy to replace it
  5. rickstef

    rickstef Guest

    that is interesting, i might have to order it

    not too often do you see that

    very nice touch

  6. mark

    mark Member

    the model is on 1/50 as tthe pic or in 1/33??
  7. rickstef

    rickstef Guest

  8. DeWayne

    DeWayne Member

    These models are 1:50 but I support the open file so if you have the software you can go in and resize to suit your building needs. I have used Corel to double the size of some models just to give my grandson something impressive to play with. I suggest a little more support to increase the strength in some models. Check his work out. It's surprising what he has given us offbeat modelers :)
  9. Ron

    Ron Member

    I just have to add my 2 cents in here :)

    Marek's models have come unbelievably far in the last 3 years since I've been card modeling. I have bought every 1:33 kit that DeWayne has had for sale and many of the printed kits from overseas. His latest 1:33 kit, the
    Bristol F2b 20.71 is a work of art. I'm partial to biplanes and his are some of the best ever. DeWayne sells his kits fully unlocked. It's very easy to open them up in either Photoshop or native Corel Draw and edit away, resize or re-arrange. Anyways, sorry to take this slightly off topic but I had to say it :)

  10. DeWayne

    DeWayne Member

    P-47D Captured

    Good morning folks,
    Announcing the first of a new series. Captured Beauties. These will be
    aircraft that have been captured and tested and in some cases, tactically
    used in combat. More models are planned and in the development stage so we hope this little covered part of history will get some exposure at last.

    Coming up in the future: Japanese craft tested by the US. Russian used
    by the German forces and more!
    Thank you,

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