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Modeling ShopScale Modeling Books
English, Spanish. 88 pages. Softcover.
Volume 3 of the Modelling Full Ahead series is devoted to the famous German battleships Bismarck and Tirpitz. This new publication brings you extraordinary detailed step by step articles on building the 1/350 scale Tirpitz kit from Revell, 1/350 scale Bismarck kit from the same manufacturer, and 1/400 scale Bismarck from Heller. A fantastic guide for the naval modeler on these iconic models which will allow you to discover new tricks indispensable for building the miniature warships.
Get on board of this incredible trip through history and modeling by the hand of some of the best naval modelers of the world.
English, 136 pages. Softcover.
As the title suggests, Abandoned is a book that offers you detailed descriptions of how to create models of various abandoned objects. Following the concept of the best sellers Extreme Reality, we release this new super-book. The best modelers from around the world share their scratch-building, painting and extreme weathering techniques in richly illustrated step-by-step articles. Amongst the subjects covered, you will find a tank, an aircraft carrier, a WWI airplane, a sci-fi vehicle, a tractor, a building, and a few others. This book shows us how realism can be achieved in scale modeling and will be a good experience for our next projects, 136 pages of quality modelling!
THE BOOK INCLUDES:
- Tiran 4 Tank
- Broken Ambitions. Amagi, Kure Harbour, 1946
- AEG G.IV
- Game Over
- Paper Compressor
- Star Wars AT-AT
- Stalinets S-65 Tractor
- Rail Station
Only available English language. Limited & Numbered book.
The Real Colors for aircraft models could not be introduced without releasing a special book devoted to this subject. Renowned researchers Maciej Góralczyk, Gerald T. Högl, Jürgen Kiroff, Nicholas Millman and Mikhail V. Orlov teamed up in order to produce the most up-to-date reference book on the aircraft colors of the main WWII adversaries: Germany, United States, Great Britain and Soviet Union.
The resulting study is a comprehensive guide to the colors and camouflage schemes, presented on 292 pages and illustrated with 42 color profiles, several document reprints, and 390 b/w and color photos, many of which are very rare. Included is the latest information on the Luftwaffe’s late war colors, which have been reproduced as scale colors on the basis of the original paint factory recipes by Gerald T. Högl and Jürgen Kiroff. For the very first time, the unparalleled research on the Soviet Air Force colors done by Mikhail V. Orlov is introduced to the non-Russian readers. Nicholas Millman’s archival research brings us accurate reproduction and description of the colors used by the USAAF, US Navy and RAF/FAA.
This book is a true must-have for anyone with even a slight interest in WWII aircraft colors.