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Welcome to Military Modelling Volume 47, Issue 3 another magazine filled with a large range of modelling subjects, not all of them military. This month we have a couple of new contributors, a few from the past and some regulars as well. Our lead article is by Fraser Gray who presents his lovely Takom Whippet which picked up some metal ware at Euromilitaire last year. Next, as a result of popular demand is another ‘how to’ article, this time by Mark Cooper and Mark Bannerman, on the art of scratchbuilding, which I’m sure we can all learn from. The ever popular Emmanuel Nouaillier follows and Yngve Sjodin returns with an Estonian Front diorama. Something a little different from a figure point of view is brought to the table by Victor Wong and keeping ‘on trend’ with the ‘how to’, Neil Marshall sorts the hair out on a Sean Bean lookalike and Richard Wilson returns with his cracking Militant. Richard Dyer’s enthusiasm for Rubicon’s 1/56 machines continues and new contributor Robert-Gilles Martineau takes a look at the Japanese model capital, Shizuoka City. Please don’t be shy if you think you have an original idea for an article; what’s the worst that can happen? Ping me a message at contribeditor@military modelling.com and you never know, your efforts could be rewarded. Why not visit www.militarymodelling.com and start a thread or two, show off your work or just contribute to the banter; it’s well worth a nosy around.

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