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Covering a multitude of branches of modeling from historical to sci-fi, covering cars, machinery and or scenes, Damaged covers both assembly aspects and techniques of more realistic and innovative painting styles used by many of the best modelers today. The Damaged magazine is a great magazine to inspire modelers and show them new possibilities in the hobby. With original articles this magazine explains with detailed articles “step step by step” how to execute each technique.
If you like modeling you will like Damaged. In this edition we can see a Star Wars ship, and a cartoon of a crime scene …
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High quality magazine dedicated exclusively to the world of model airplanes. The focus is on the painting and weathering of model aircraft. Each issue will be structured around a new theme which will recur throughout that Issue. We have sought out some of the best modelers in the world to show us step-by-step how to make, paint, and weather model aircraft. This first issue is dedicated to the German Night Fighters along with extra pages and many surprises. This magazine forms the back bone of our new AIR Series. This magazine will be an instant collectable so make sure you get your copy today and perhaps even two copies, one to read and another to collect and keep in unread mint condition.
– Heinkel He 219 “UHU”
– Focke Wulf Fw-190A6/R11
– Heinkel He 177 A-5
– Messershchmitt Me. 262B-1a/U1
– Messershchmitt Bf 110 G-4
– Messershchmitt Bf 109 E-4
– Kfz 385 Tankwagen
Abteilung502 introduce you the 3rd issue of Damaged, the magazine that has surprised many modellers, with a careful layout and great photos.
You can’t miss it!!. This is a multi-thematic modelling magazine, focus in techniques and weathered models.
The ninth issue of Aces High magazine deals with a very special subject that had never received such extensive coverage before: modelling the military helicopters. Our contributors had again prepared a number of interesting articles, revealing dozens of tips and tricks that will help you to deal with various problems that you may possibly encounter during various stages of your own builds.
-History of military helicopter I. From beginnings to Vietnam war.
-OH-58D Kiowa Warrior. Army combat explorer.
-AH 64A Apache The indian of the US Army.
-Sikorski MH-53J Pave Low III . The venerable Jolly Green gigant.
-UH-1H Huey . Warhorse in Vietnam
-AH-1Z Viper. The Zulu Cobra.
-H-34 US Marines. The rescue moster.
There have already been 6 issues of our magazine dedicated to military aircraft, and we are now seen as one of the best aircraft magazines worldwide for modelers and critics. Under the editorship of Daniel Zamarbide and his team of collaborators, in this edition we will take you directly back to the The Battle of Britain. The magazine contains artwork from Romain Hugault, and many detailed articles of the highest quality, with clear photography. Within its pages we cover one theme in each issue and all techniques with the theme.
_ Heinkel He 111H . Der Adler tag.
_ Hurricane Mk.I Death or glory.
_ Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-1/B Devils in Yellow.
_ Junkers JU 87B Stuka The trumpeters of Jericho.
_ Supermarine Spitfire Mk.I Live to fly, fly to live.
_ Typhoon FGR4 Battle of Britain then and now.
_ Five minutes after the tea. Figure.
_ RAF 10 HP Austin Tilly.
In this fourth issue of Aces High, we deal with the Mediterranean Theater of Operations (MTO) during WWII. Bearing in mind that it would be impossible to cover the aircraft of all the nations which fought in this area, in just one issue, we have this time decided to focus on just Luftwaffe and Royal Air Force subjects. We have chosen the most iconic machines used by the greatest pilots: a Spitfire Mk.Vb, with its distinctive Vokes tropical filter; a Kittyhawk Mk.I, wearing the famous sharkmouth nose marking; a Bf 109 F-4 trop, finished as the mount of the legendary ace, Hans-Joachim Marseille; a Beaufighter Mk.VIF, with a slightly more unusual desert night-fighter scheme, and a Bf 110 E-2 trop, which served as fighter, bomber and ground attack aircraft. To complement our aircraft builds, we include step-by-step articles which show you how to paint a pilot figure, and a half-tracked truck.
_ Bristol Beaufighter Mk.VI F
_ Messerschmitt Bf 109 F-4 Trop.
_ Messerschmitt Bf 110 E-2 Trop.
_ Kittyhawk Mk.I
_ Spitfire Mk.Vb Trop.
_ Hans-Joachim Marseille. Figures.
_ Desert Maultier.
Aces High has become the best reference in scale aircraft modelling.
Our famous modeller Daniel Zamarbide is the man behind this wonderful publication. He constantly leads us into the world of aircraft modelling, not only to show the best techniques and step by step guides, but also historical facts. With each issue Aces High increases its sales and the number of people we attract.
Please take a brief look to what Aces High has to offer.
Issue #5 of the well known Damaged Magazine, bring us the debut of its new editor, to continue the concept of this high quality magazine much apreciated by all modelers. Vehicles, Scifi , figures… always seen from a very special point of view to surprise it’s followers. In this issue we can see articles from a Batmobil to a paper excavator or a very special vignette inspired in Marwen of Robert Zemeckis movie.
English, Spanish. 80 pages.
Essential colour for your scenes. It can also be used to enhance, mix, and the illumination of other colours. A basic colour for the modeler.
Aces High is a specialized magazine for scale aircraft modelers. The magazine is divided into several articles, which guide the reader step by step through the processes of building amazing models. Within our articles, we illustrate the perfect techniques for painting and weathering etc. and include a little of the history that surrounds the theme. In commemoration of the centenary of the beginning of World War I, our second issue is dedicated to this bitter and bloody conflict, with the addition of five characteristic models of aircraft of that era, in both 1/32 and 1/48 scales, as well as figures and vehicles that are perfect companions to any aircraft diorama.
_ AMC DH.2 .
_ Sopwith Pup.
_ Fokker Dr I.
_ Hannover Cl II.
_ Nieuport 23.
_ A tense wait. Figures.
_ German fuel cart.
_ Mack AC truck.
Special publication focused on one of the most famous military helicopters used around the world, the Mil Mi-24 Hind. Using the large 1/35 scale kit as the example, our editor Daniel Zamarbide guides you through the processes of construction, detailing, painting and weathering of a model of this legendary helicopter. The finished model is presented on a vignette containing a vehicle and figures, which creation is also thoroughly described.
To enhance your understanding of this helicopter, we also include a concise article dealing with the history and development of the Mil Mi-24, attractive colour profiles, and a comprehensive and extended walkaround chapter, which comprises numerous photos of different variants of the Hind. In the last chapter you will read about finishing yet another Mil Mi-24 kit in a very special livery
The sixth issue of Damaged magazine brings you no less than eight articles written by some of the best modelers from around the world. George Mefsut, the editor, again invites us to a great journey through different modeling genres and really uncommon subjects: from a steampunk flying apparatus, through both realistic and sci-fi vignettes featuring figures of various civil vehicles, to a diorama inspired by 3D art from the pop-culture dystopia series created by the Czech artist Filip Hodas.
All of this is presented on high quality photos which form step by step guides that explain different building, painting and weathering techniques, including interesting tips and tricks.
IT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES:
– Happy Forever
– Citroen 2CV Club
– To hot to dig for giants – What a bad luck
– Danger streets
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