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Welcome to Military Modelling Magazine, Volume 48, Number 1. A New Year brings, for many, the opportunity for a new start and this could apply to modelling as well if you are the open-minded type. For some, a dramatic change of course would be trying a new scale, a new technique or even a new genre. For me, last year, I not only took on a soft-skin for the first time but I also tried resin and a scale I had not tackled for a vehicle before – 1/24. What will I try this year for the first time? Something in metal maybe or even in wood? Both need to be explored so that I can develop an increasingly rounded experience of what modelling is all about. With this in mind, why don’t you try something different this year; it will do you good on so many levels. If you have an idea for an article, however bizarre you may think it is, please contact me on the same e-mail address and don’t forget to send in your images for the ‘Readers Showcase’; this is your chance to shine! ‘Carry On!’ and Happy New Year! All the best Martyn Contents Second-Hand Tetrarch Lend-Lease light-weight for Russia by Chris Lloyd-Staples Rare Little Kraftwagen The Bronco Sd.Kfz.247 Ausf.A by Mark Bannerman Modelling without constraint Amusing Hobby ‘What if’ 1/35 VK 1602 ‘Leopard’ battlefield reconnaissance vehicle by David Strauß Roman Optio DG Artworks 75mm Roman Optio, 1st Century AD by Malcolm Cuming The art and craft of military modelling - Part 3 Brushes (Your best friends) by Mike Bunn A Napoleonic diorama, on a budget - Part 1 Roger Merry describes some more simple techniques for making buildings, this time for a Napoleonic scene Maple Leaf Carrier A close inspection of the ubiquitous Carrier in Canadian service by Steve Guthrie The AMX10 RCR and SEPAR By Merlin Robinson and Thierry Guillemain This issue goes on sale 5 January 2018 ...don't miss it…..!

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