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Wilder Aqualine Tutorial - Painting and weathering the Whippet - Details

So in this chapter, we’re gonna prepare the model for weathering. In other words, we’ll take care of some details that need to be painted before adding dust and earth tones to the surface. There’s going to be a small surprise in this article, so let’s quickly get down to business!Incinerated White from Lifecolor contains [...]

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Wilder Aqualine Tutorial - Painting and weathering the Whippet - Earth Tones

Okay, so this might be one of the most involved steps on an armor subject. Of course, only if you decide to add complex weathering to your model.British WW1 tanks are specific when it comes to mud and dust as large sections of their sides are weathered like a running gear due to the tracks [...]

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Chinese Power Vehicles Techniques and Camouflage Guide Book Review

Product review “Chinese Power”Published by AK Interactive Reviewed by Glen BromanAnd now for something completely different I thought as I was letting my fingers do the walking through the “upcoming good staff” page of the Last Cavalry web site. A new book by the folks at AK Interactive on Chinses armored vehicles called “Chinese Power”. It seems [...]

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Soviet Armor in Foreign Wars Book Review

Soviet Armor In Foreign WarsEgypt – Iraq – Libya - Vietnam - AfghanistanInside The Armour PublicationsReviewed by Glen BromanNormally I’m not a big fan of junkies. They lure you in with something that makes you feel good, start feeding that Jones with ever better stuff and boom, you’re hooked. I say normally I’m not a [...]

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The Weathering Special - How to Paint 1:72 Military Vehicles

Oh Lord, I’ve died and gone to Heaven. A whole book dedicated to painting and weathering 1/72 armor. If you have misspent your life building armor in pipefitters scale, AKA 1/35, you should reject the Dark Side and come over to the Light side, we have milk and cookies. So let’s talk small scale advantages, do you [...]

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Inside the Armour Modelling Churchills #1 Book Review

Most of you that know me understand my unhealthy fascination with large green British Infantry tanks named after famous British Prime Ministers. We have our own support group and everything. “Hi, my name is Glen and I build Churchills.” A lot of them, so sue me. Like junkies feeding my habit the guys at ITA Publications produced another of their [...]

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Modeling the Gulf War 1991

Modelling the Gulf War 1991By Abrams Squad Reviewed by Glen BromanI’m convinced that many of the publishing houses that are catering to the modelling crowd these days have discovered a way to electronically monitor my purchases and observe what books I have on my shelves from a satellite in geosynchronous orbit over my house. I’m convinced [...]

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David Parker's B-17G Big Bird Modelling Guide

Have you ever been asked, “What is your favorite aircraft?” I have a feeling we all have been asked that many times and many of us have answered, “The Boeing B-17 Fortress”. I've been to airshows and have seen the B-17 doing flyovers and loving the sound of those beautiful radials. I've paid my $5.00 and moved throughout the aircraft, [...]

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Scratchbuilding Masterclass Book Review

Product Review“Scratchbuilding Masterclass”David Parker, Alex Clark, Stephen Tegner George Moore, Chris MeddingsPublished by Inside the Armour PublicationsReviewed by Glen Broman“Wow”.This qualifies as my shortest review ever. When I picked up this book from Dave Youngquist at Last Cavalry and told him I would write a review on it, I think he was expecting something a little more [...]

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Vallejo FC Model Tips Book Review

Product ReviewFC Model tips Volume 1By Federico Colada Reviewed by Glen BromanChristopher Walken loves cowbells. Robert Duvall loves the smell of napalm in the morning. Gunnery Sergeant Hartmann loves his Marine Corps. Me, I love modelling technique books. I also love the smell of napalm in the morning, but that’s a story for another [...]

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