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|Category||:||Aircraft Scale Modelling|
|Subcategory||:||Aircraft Scale Modelling|
|Scale||:||1 : 72|
This product was added to our database on Thursday 31 October 2019.
Category Aircraft Scale Modelling, Subcategory Aircraft Scale Modelling, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box A07007B, Publisher/Brand Airfix
Due to Corona delayed but Now Arrived!
If you want one please order fast as we expect demand outstripping availability by far.. 07007A was sold out in less than an hour...
Our second shipment was sold out in a few days but we expect again a, probably last, shipment of this musical harrasement kit next week
So if you want one please pre-order to be sure of a kit.
- oriignal tekst-
The first edition of this kit is completely sold out now but early next year a second edition will appear, boxing 07007B
This will include only the Motörhead decals though.
When Modeling meets Music.
Motörhead, the iconic heavy-metal band's striking album artwork for their 1979 'Bomber' was carefully created by an illustrator. Lemmy, "Fast" Eddie Clark and Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor are shown inside the cockpit of a Heinkel in the Blitz. Lemmy, himself a collector of WWII memorabilia, insisted the plane be German.
The illustrator explains: "I suggested the Heinkel plane. They wanted this photo-realistic effect, so I designed the thing with the detached bomb coming towards you."
"I worked in airbrush in black and white, which I would then tint," he adds. "That's why my work always looked very doomy. To get the lighting right, I got a little Airfix kit of a Heinkel 111, made it up and sprayed it black." He then photographed the model to get the reflections underneath. "When you work realistically, you've got to have a realistic reference."
The album sleeve made such an impression the band insisted on a remarkable 40ft Heinkel replica to accompany them on stage for their now notorious 'Bomber' tour.
"It's the most famous cover I've ever done,"
The album was released on October 27th 1979, reaching number 12 on the UK charts.
To mark the 40th Anniversary, Airfix is pleased to offer a version of its latest Heinkel with the "Bomber" markings included, and with the special Anniversary box lid.
Please note, contrary to 7007A this kit indeed ONLY contain the Motorhead decals and no longer the standard decals as in 07007A