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"Published 13 times a year, Military Modelling magazine is the longest established UK magazine for military modellers and since 1971 has built up a loyal readership that is respected for having a balanced, informative, inspiring and historically accurate content. Inside you’ll find a variety of features on Tanks and AFVs in all the popular model scales. All the techniques you’ll need to know on how to convert, super-detail, paint and weather these models are covered in great detail. Articles are also regularly included on building and painting Model Soldiers and Busts from all periods of military history. Other supporting features take in diorama building, tools and techniques, full-size photo references and show reports. The magazine’s website at www.militarymodelling.com has quickly grown to become a large and very friendly site with over 15,500 members. The site is more than just a forum and has an extensive free library of articles, reviews, a huge gallery plus a digital archive of issues (for subscribers) and much more."
Welcome to Military Modelling Magazine, Volume 48, Number 5. Well, that’s two years gone in a flash and I’m finally feeling a little bit more settled. I like to take this opportunity to thank the many people who have got behind us over the past couple of years and accepted changes with an open and enthusiastic mind; it really is appreciated, ladies and gentlemen. This month, the model of the hour goes to one of those great supporters of the magazine, Malcolm Cuming, who has presented us with a wonderful bust of Horatio Nelson which adorns our cover. Inside, our lead article is an interesting mix of kits resulting in a cracking Berlin Brigade Chieftain ARRV by Ian Barraclough. Next comes the debut of Steve Jones, a very active contributor to the website, who presents us with a German captured CMP 60L followed by another unusual subject in the shape of James Langford’s Reichsbahn Skirted coach. Another debutant to the magazine is Charles Silverlight who presents an interesting article on Panther tank tracks; an example of a valuable feature that was destined to be posted on the website first. The popular Emmanuel Nouaillier continues his amazing work and this is followed by Peter Fearon’s superb Voltaire battleship, which is quite a contrast to his last contribution. Urban Recovery 1/35 Chieftain AARV Mk.7, Tamiya Chieftain Mk.5 and MasterClub Chieftain Tracks (MTL 35079) makes for a great combination by Ian Barraclough Captured Canadian Chevy Steve Jones builds a CMP 60L in German hands with a 20mm Flak 30 (Part 1 of 2) Horatio Nelson Alexandros Models 200mm bust by Malcolm Cuming Reichsbahn Skirted Coach Scratch built AB4ü-38 skirted coach by James Langford Search for Perfection 1/35 Panther Tank Tracks by Charles Silverlight Antique balcony railings Emmanuel Nouaillier continues his excellent ageing techniques in this month’s tutorial Voltaire Building the HobbyBoss 1/350 Voltaire by Peter Fearon ‘ON TRACK’ Show Report 2018 By John Ham