There is a new diorama base from Phoenix Models. It represents a modern Middle-East building with side walk and road.
Phoenix Model is making realistic battle-damaged buildings a snap! Their new modular, multi-layered plastic system allows the modeller to make every building different from anyone else's.
Pheonix Models has started a new series of products called ‘Any Do’. This is a series of products to make replicating damaged walls effect, crack and bullet holes effects. Inside you will find a video that shows you exactly how to make use of this new product line.
Phoenix Models have shared news of two future releases in the diorama range. This time they scale out at 1/72 and 1/100.
There are two new products from Phoenix Models due in February. Both are a highway bridge but at different scales.
For those modellers who like to add grass groundwork easily and quickly Phoenix Models have released grass matting. This grass mat is designed for use with more than one scale and so may be just what you need for your diorama.
Pheonix Models have released a diorama base with an unusual intention. This diorama base is designed with the idea that it can be used with all of the major scales.
Phoenix Models bring us another of their useful diorama accessories, 10 sections of T-Wall. Originally developed for the West Bank by the Israelis, these pre-fab concrete sections (known as Bremer or Texas barriers by US troops) are ubiquitous in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Phoenix Models has just announced the release of two great new ground cover products. These are self adhesive ground cover “mats” that will stick to just about any surface. Check out the whole news story here!
Phoneix Models Ltd. is back with some really exciting new diorama accessories. With two new types of glue and adhesives for your diorama needs and four road sections Phoenix Models Ltd. is really raising the bar on pre made diorama supplies. Check it out here!
Several new Diorama items slated for release over the next month, have been just been announced by Phoenix Model.
It looks like newcomer Phoenix has added some more dioramas to their catalogue, including an interesting looking Japanese kit and three more for Iraq.
Upon finding the new company Phoenix Model, I have come across another of their great looking diorama accessories.
I have run across what looks to be a new company, Phoenix Diorama, and some interesting looking bases.