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The highly positive reception of the first issue of Damaged magazine gave us extra motivation to prepare an even better Issue, Number 2. In this new publication you will again find comprehensive articles dealing with a sheer variety of subjects from different modelling genres. The main goals of publishing this selection are to explain the techniques used by the best modellers from around the world, and show that modelling and weathering have many faces, some of which may be surprising for the reader.
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Tanker has become one of the best reference in military vehicles scale modelling. Our famous modeller Kristof is the man behind this publication. He constantly leads us into the world of modelling military vehicles, not only to show the best techniques and step by step guides, but also historical facts. With each issue Tanker increases the followers. This issue is focused in variants and rarities so we can see from a converted civil truck to rare versions and curiosities.
Please take a brief look to what Tanker has to offer.
English, Spanish, Hungarian. 88 pages.
It has been a long time since Aces High run out its first magazine in English.
We decided not to reprint them with a compilation in mind, with the best articles that have made it famous, remastered and with a fabulous article of a P47 from the hand of our editor as a gift . A piece of collector that you should not let it run out.
Ha pasado mucho tiempo desde que Aces High lanzó su primera revista en inglés.
Decidimos no reimprimirlos con una compilación en mente, con los mejores artículos que lo han hecho famoso, remasterizado y con un fabuloso artículo de un P47 de la mano de nuestro editor como regalo. Una pieza de colección que no debes dejar que se agote.
Damaged is the new magazine from Abteilung 502. This new Publication wants to show modellers how to weather any type of subject, under any circumstance with various effects. Fernando Vallejo, AK’s president, takes matters into his own hands and selects all the best modellers to show their best models, creations and special curiosities. Inside this magazine you can find various subjects like a truck, a ship to a tank, spaceship ship, trains….etc.
Damaged is the manual for weathered and worn models.
In this first issue you can see from the amazing snowspeeder fro Villegas, an incredible forklift by Rubén González and an awesome mad max car by Andrés Montiel… and many, many other surprises.
Are you ready for the fourth issue of Tanker Techniques Magazine? The overwhelming worldwide success of our quarterly magazine has propelled us forward to the next issue. Aptly named Damage Inc. the fourth issue showcases damage, and how master modelers recreate it utilizing a wide range of products and the latest techniques. As with all other issues, detailed explanations for the correct application of these effects are provided; the techniques presented in Tanker Techniques are universal, easily applied to other models, not just tanks. If you haven’t already, start your collection now; create a library of useful techniques, and effects. Are you drawn to the technical side of our hobby? Are you secretly a rivet counter? If so, this is the must have magazine; each issue is packed with detailed information, galleries, interviews and more. Much more than a magazine. You won’t be disappointed!
IS-7 Stalins Heavy Hitter
Tiger I. The Bully of the Class
Focus. Battle Damage Process
Lost in Laos
T72B1 Puttins Hammer
The Last Horse
Damage Inc. Reference
School Of Techniques.
Tips and Tricks.
Gallery of Damage.
Interview at the work Bench. Lester Plaskitt
Tanker is the most specialized magazine in the world, devoted entirely to painting techniques painting and weathering techniques of military vehicles. In this issue we focus on mud. We will show through different tutorials, and sbs articles how to implement these techniques and how to translate to your models. Again the best modelers in the world showing us their tricks and techniques. You will learn through high quality photos and step by steps many new ways to use different products to recreate realistic mud in your vehicles. Printed for collecting in high quality format, TTM is a collectible resource packed with useful techniques and inspiration.
Mud introduction article.
_ BT-7 (1935) Wet and Dry Layered Mud
_ T26E4 Pershing. Projected Mud by Tracks
_ German T-70. Winter Mud
_ BMP-2 Chechen War. Mud Texture Combined
_ Winston Churchill. Mud & Moisture
_ Pixelpower Type 90. Subtle Mud and Splaters
_ FT-17 France 1940. Integration of Vehicles in a Muddy Terrain
_ Rasputitsa. How to Make a Muddy Road
_ Battle Taxi Ram Kngaroo. Scenery with Mud
_ School Of Techniques.
_ Tips and Tricks.
_ Gallery of Mud.
_ Interview at the work Bench. Chris Jerret
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.
The seventh issue of Tanker Techniques Magazine, the best modelling magazine focused on painting and weathering techniques. Urban warfare has left its print on the development of new tanks and armoured vehicles. This issue of Tanker is dedicated to creating such an environment for your model. We show how to make a street scene, destroyed and bombed out buildings, etc. This time the focus is more on how to present your model in such environments rather than on the vehicles themselfs. Creating such scenes requires some planning and thinking, but it’s not as hard as it seems.
Already here the last issue of Tanker, this time focus in conflicts in villages and cities. In this issue we can feel the battle and the sensations of decadence in cities destroyed by the war. We will see how to recreate these environments, buildings and vehicles.
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.
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
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 …
Issue 02 sets the bar higher than the first issue! With 104 pages dedicated to more amazing armor, with reference sections, specialized techniques, product map, and our section school of techniques. Each quarterly issue of Tanker has a dedicated theme; focusing on amazingly realistic paint schemes and finishes, and showing you how to accomplish them. We have the very best of modelers from around the world, showing you how to master the latest techniques; additionally, original techniques that have not only brought us to where we are today, but techniques that have stood the test of time are demonstrated.
_ Extra Armor article
_ Battlefield Taxi BMP-2.
_ Uparmored Krupp Protze.
_ Lebanese M-113 Field Modification.
_ Zombie Slayers
_ Apocalyptic Vehicles.
_ Buik Max.
_ Marder on Steroids
_ Tracks as Extra Armor
_ Painting Impacts
_ Sandbags with magic Sculp
_ School Of Techniques.
_ Tips and Tricks.
_ Map of Products for Rust Techniques.
_ Gallery of Armour.
_ Interview at the work Bench. David Parker.
The third issue of Aces High Magazine takes you on a journey to the Far East. We give in depth coverage to models depicting Japanese aircraft used during World War Two, including the legendary Zero, in two of its best-known variants; a 1/32 A6M5 and 1/72 A6M2. These two key aircraft are complemented by the excellent renditions of another two famous fighters; the J2M3 Raiden and Ki-61 Hien, both in 1/32 scale; and a rarely seen 1/48 Ki-51 Sonia, in a very original camouflage scheme. The obvious subject for our figure painting article is a Kamikaze pilot. To end this issue, we include a 1/48 Type 95 Kurogane light utility vehicle.
_ A6M5. Tamiya 1/32
_ Mitsubishi Ki-51
_ Kawasaki Ki-61 “Hien”
_ Mitsubishi J2M Raiden
_ Mitsubishi A6M2b Zero. Tora ! Tora ! Tora !
_ Figure. The paint of the Kamikaze
_ Kurogane Type 95
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