This is silk-screen printed wet-transfer
decals. Developed and researched by
Bison-Decals, and printed by Begemot (RU), Microscale Industries
(US), or Fantasy Printshop (UK).
For those of you that are
not familiar with my previous decals (see below), I can say that
my intention are to make decals looking
as close to the real markings used as possible. This means that
I do not do any general markings, but instead I make my originals
based on photos. Handpainted numbers and markings are made to
look handpainted. This is why I call them historical markings.
I also try to make the decalsets as complete as possible. All
markings on a vehicle are reproduced on the decalsets.
Together with the paintinstructions, I also state what reference
I have used to make it easy for the modeller to use the same
source as I had, when building his model. The decalset consist
of a sheet of silk-screen printed wet-transfer decals.
Some sets also have an additional sheet of OKI printed markings
for the very detailed markings or for a single odd
coloured marking. Paintinstructions in english with detailed b/w
BISON DECALS are the successor
to my previous project AFV-Decals.
Just too mark that this is something new I decided to change the
name. Better originals, better
printing and better instructions will make these decalsets a much
All news will be presented on the NEWS page.
There you also can see some of my future projects.
Changes to this site will also be listed on the NEWS page.
You find previews
of the decalsets in the 1:35, 1:48 and the 1:72/76
Any reviews made
on any set, will be published on the preview page for that specific
I will also publish all paint instructions online (and
most of them in colour) and in bigger size than on the
b/w instructions that comes together with the decals. You will
find these pictures under the previews of the decalsets.
"...Bison, is one
of these companies, which could easily be passed by, despite the
fact it is
producing some of the most interesting vehicle subjects currently
on the market.
Nowhere is this more evident than within its 1/76th-72nd range"...
JIM RAE, ARMORAMA,
May 31, 2004. (www.armorama.com)