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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.
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Tanker magazine has reached it’s 10th issue! Reason enough to celebrate and offer you a special edition at a special price.
Simple tutorials, simple techniques that make a big difference or even some old school techniques to refresh your minds. New or old, made especially for modellers to help you improve your models.
English, Spanish, Hungarian, German. 76 pages.
¡La revista Tanker ha llegado a su décimo número! Razón suficiente para celebrar y ofrecerle una edición especial a un precio especial.
Tutoriales simples, técnicas simples que hacen una gran diferencia o incluso algunas técnicas de la vieja escuela para refrescar sus mentes. Nuevo o viejo, hecho especialmente para modeladores para ayudarlo a mejorar sus modelos.
Inglés, Español, Húngaro, Alemán. 76 páginas.
The 7th issue of our aircraft magazine. This time Daniel Zamarbide and his cooperators show us all the tricks and possibilities of metallic colors through high quality articles, like the P-51 Mustang and the MIG 21, other not so well known as the F-101 Voodoo and the B-26 Marauder, and the known by few F-9-F Panther from Korea made by Daniel Zamarbide himself. Along with illustrations from Romain Hugault. The metallic colors will have no secret for you.
_ B-26C “Maraurder”. The flying barracuda.
_ Mig 21 MF. Magyar Silver Arrow.
_ P-51 D Mustang. The mighty Mustang.
_ F-9-F “Panther”. Blue Tail Fly.
_ F-101 C “Voodoo”. Voodoo one-o-wonder.
_ Techniques in detail painting and weathering metal auxiliary tanks.
We are sure that Tanker will herald a new global benchmark for scale modelling magazines. 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.
_ Steel oxidation.
_ Rusty Warrior Löwe Super Heavy Tank.
_ Garden of Rust.
_ Burned Rust Effects IDF M-51 Sherman.
_ BRDM Left to Rust
_ Rats and Rusts.
_ Rust Reference.
_ M4A2 Monument of Rust.
_ Rusty Ironworks on Buildings.
_ Painting Dirty Rusty Spare Tracks.
_ Unearthed T34
_ Heavy Duty Rusty Container.
_ Lebanese Scrap Yard.
_ School Of Techniques.
_ Tips and Tricks.
_ Map of Products for Rust Techniques.
_ Gallery of Rust
_ Interview at the work bench: Ruben González
In this issue the Aces High team brings us a special theme, CAPTURED! The newest issue is dedicated to captured enemy aircraft put into service. As is always the case here at AK, using the latest techniques, Dani Zamarbide shows us how to put an American P-51 Mustang into service with the German Army. Included in this issue are new sections such as a historical gallery, tips & tricks and many easy to do techniques. Another top hit release from the best aircraft modeling magazine!
_ P-51B Mustang. The wild horse from Zirkus Rosarius.
_ Pfalz D.III A. The unlucky german
_ JU 87 D-3 “Stuka”. Un der new management.
_ Mig 21 F-13 “Fishbed”. James Bond Mig 007
_ Fw 190A5. The blue hunter
_ Sukhoi SU-25. The gulf war escape
_ VW Type 166 Schwimmwagen. The swimming beetle.
_ Profiles & Gallery
English & Spanish. 76 pages. Soft cover.
This new AHM issue is dedicated to a series of jet aircraft which built their combat legend during the past seven decades. After the end of World War II, France developed a number of interesting aircraft designs, from the MD450 Ouragan, through the Mystère/Super Mystère family, the Étendard/Super Étendard and the most famous Mirage family, which did not only successfully serve in the domestic front, but also made their way to the arsenals of several air forces all around the world, and proved their combat capabilities in different conditions. Another significant design, the Jaguar attack aircraft, was developed as a joint project with United Kingdom. In this issue we take you for a tour of these famous aircraft, with a variety of models and camouflage schemes which will delight every modeller.
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
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
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.
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 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 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
80 pages, English & Spanish language.
Issue 14 of Aces High takes us into the world of twin-engine aircraft. It’s a pleasure to see the world’s best modellers building and painting some of the most mythical WWII aircraft, which are rarely seen in other international magazines.
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