- About us –
Magic Scale Modeling designs, produce, commercialize and support Electronic add-ons dedicated to large scale Plastic modeling.
A bunch of modelers and IT/Electronic specialist have combined both disciplines to push Plastic modeling a few miles further like Resin add-ons or photo-etchning did in the 1970ies
Both are part of our DNA ...
Our goal is to enable Advanced plastic modelers from any understanding of Electricity or Electronics by creating special effects such as, for example for Airplanes, lights & engine sequencing, realistic gun fire by synchronized light & sound, or even a full life cycle including synchronized light & sound for the Wonderful 1/48 Trumpeter Uboat-VII.
Our kits are complete End to end solutions, Plug & Play, providing fool proof, dead simple, safe, reliable, well documented and top shelve quality performances at decent prices.
Every kit produced will be as accurate as possible by respecting as well the performances and technical characteritics of the real scale original as the scale effect expected for a scale model.
As we loooove most of the Plastic models ever produced, we are considering to extend our Catalog as far as we can in areas such as Airplanes, Cars & Trucks, Militaria, Fantasy and Science-Fiction
Françoise and myself looove travelling and visiting to gather documentation in order to gain maximal accuracy in our kits,
Florennes Air Base, BelgiumWe have been granted full access to 4 F16 stripped down for maintenance. Thanks so much to the AB maintenance crews
WWI Fort of Loncin (BelgiumOne of the last turret still in place. All others have been blown up by the explosion of the Fort munition chamber in 1914
International Toy Fair of NuremburgRevell's stand in 2017 at the International Toy Fair of Nuremberg. Delivering the very first MSM lighted models for the Revell Technik product range
Battle of Britain memorialWhat a beautiful and peaceful monument ... So simple but so impressive as well
Mohen Dam with Dam BustersBack on the crime scne ...
On the night of 16-17 May 1943, Wing Commander Guy Gibson led 617 Squadron of the Royal Air Force on an audacious bombing raid to destroy three dams in the Ruhr valley, the industrial heartland of Germany. The mission was codenamed Operation 'Chastise'.
The dams were fiercely protected. Torpedo nets in the water stopped underwater attacks and anti-aircraft guns defended them against enemy bombers.
But 617 Squadron had a secret weapon: the 'bouncing bomb'.