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'In Combat - Painting Mechas' by Ammo of MIG Review

I have been a Mecha Geek for decades, ever since, as a spotty teen, I saw the cartoon, Robotech ( a.k.a. Super Dimension Fortress Macross in Japan). It spoke to me in the same way that modern military armor and aircraft did. It is then ironic that, in this book by Mig, it is demonstrated [...]

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The Weathering Magazine Presents World War One Book Review

Weathering Magazine Special “World War I”The folks at AMMO have been at it again. This latest edition of Weathering magazine covers World War I. But wait, as they say, there’s more! Stapled to the spine of the magazine is a full color camouflage profile guide titled “The Great War, the first tanks 1914-1918”. This guide contains a [...]

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JM. Villalba RLM DVD Painting and Weathering Luftwaffe WWII Aircrafts Review

Like a lot of you, I have been a modeller for most of my life except for about a 30 year break while my wife and I raised our 3 daughters. I started as a kid with the oldies, Airfix, Revell, Aurora, and Monogram. Pretty nice stuff for the time. We usually built the kit [...]

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AK Interactive Catalog 2015

Here is a link to a free PDF of the AK Interactive catalog for 2015. Lot's of good tips and techniques.It's a huge document so give it a minute...http://bit.ly/1we299dSample Images.

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Making Mud with AMMO of Mig

East techniques for great Mud Effects!

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Book Review - WW1, The First Mechanized War

Book Review: WWI, The First Mechanized War. Editor: Fernando Vallejo. Published by AK Interactive S.L. Softback with heavy card cover. 167 pages with color profiles and black and white photographs.Advantages: Many never before published photographs, excellent color profiles and very clear high quality photographs. Disadvantages: The text translation was not edited by a native English speaker with [...]

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Model Cellar WW1 German 2 Seater Crew Review

In 2009 a great and welcome addition to the modelling community was introduced. It was then that Wingnut Wings of New Zealand delivered it's first kit, Since then Wingnut Wings has set the standard for not only World War I aircraft kits but for all kits in general. They have been praised for their casting, [...]

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New AK Interactive True Metal Wax Metallics

A new range of metallic paints created from a wax base. Made from high quality pigments, achieving extremely realistic effects. The basic product can be used in all branches of scale modelling, and it can be applied by brush, with the fingertip, or with a cotton swab. Once dried, it can be polished to achieve [...]

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Andrea Miniatures 90mm WW1 German Stormtrooper step-by-step

Follow along here or on the Last Cavalry Facebook page for a detailed tutorial of the new Andrea 90mm WW1 Stormtroopr kit being assembled and painted by Dave. 

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Using Wilder Light Earth Tones

Here is a highly detailed, Step-by-Step on using Wilder Light Earth Tones.

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