Israeli Airbase Tarmac Sheet 72-010-101 Taxiing In, 1:72
Israeli Airbase Tarmac Sheet 72-010-102 Runway 33, 1:72
Israeli Airbase Tarmac Sheet 72-010-103 Running In, 1:72
Israeli Airbase Tarmac Sheet 72-010-104 HAS In, 1:72
(1:72 and 1:48 scales available for all the above)
Reviewed by Geoff Coughlin (2010)
Review samples kindly supplied by Noy Pines at Miliscale / Noy’s Miniatures. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
When you consider the amount of time and effort that you put into making a half-decent scale replica of the real thing, isn’t it worth just stopping for a moment to consider how you can show it off to its best advantage? I think so, and so do lots of you too, judging by the numbers of bases you see at scale model shows. The fact is, many people don’t put their models on a suitable base and I think they do themselves a real disservice by not showing their work to best advantage. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not talking about a diorama, just a simple, realistic base that helps to illustrate your completed model to best advantage. The next time you are at a scale model show just look at the difference between those models on bases and the ones that aren’t? You’ll see my point….
So, that rant over, enter these very nice pre-prepared display bases from Miliscale. Under the Miliscale brand Noy Pines and colleagues in Israel presently offer Israeli Air Force Tarmac sheets for displays (and dioramas), while Noy’s Miniatures sheets focus on other air forces. These products are based on thorough research and authentically represent the tarmac seen at Israeli Air Force and various US Air Force airbases.