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Welcome to the Scale Magic website, we hope that the information contained here will be helpful and informative as possible to all who visit our site.



Scale Magic was originally known as GRW Products formed in 2000, from a collective of modellers who saw a need to supply high quality resin components and conversion sets, to enhance aircraft model kits, or complete {Australian} conversions for two Armour kits, of the Vietnam War Era. With inclusion of contracted repair work, for various Companies and the Australian Defence Forces, the name of Shadoworks was established, until in 2003 with the inclusion of the Australian Air Force contract, the name of Scale Magic was chosen and was registered with Australian Business Services. Scale Magic have been involved in assisting model kit manufacturers, decal printers and modellers around the world, either in contracted work, supplements to kits, assistance in kit production or relative information, in various decal options and model forum presentations.

Clients from, around Australia, Canada, Japan, America, England, China and several other European Countries, have been assisted by personal from Scale Magic, with either resin supplement products, decals to enhance their and kits, a large number of our products have been used in creations that are now displayed in Museums, either in Melbourne, or Regional Victoria, Adelaide, or Queensland.

In 2005 Scale Magic was listed on the International List of Scale Models website, together with joining several International Model Forum sites, or even forming their own model forum, which can be found on our links page of this website, modellers are encouraged to join the Scale Magic Model Forum site, but any new membership is up too the Administrator to approve,





Tamiya: Bristol Beaufighter Mk VI converted into a Mk IVc using Shadoworks Resin  components and Eduard photo etched materials, originally part of the RAAF Contract but later changed to the Australian Production Mk XXI depicting A8-23 of 30 Squadron RAAF.




                                                                                            Tamiya: Fw 190a3 'Black 13' depicting the box art subject.





                                                                                        Italeri: A20g Boston built with 'fictional nose art' as an RAF subject.


Tamiya: Avro Lancaster Mk I 'Special' depicting the 617 Squadron mount of Flt.Lt. H.B. {Micky} Martin [RAAF], this model subject is on loan to the RAAF Officer Training School. RAAF Base Williams Point Cook, Victoria, Australia.



















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