Military Modelling - Volume 47, No.5

Publisher: MyTime Media Ltd.
Category: Lifestyle, Men's Interest
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly

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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 a ‘Special’ version of Military Modelling Volume 47, Issue 5 which on this occasion concentrates on the ‘Mickey Mouse’ T-34/76, the worlds finest tank. Also featured in this issue is the ‘Hunting Panther’ Dragon’s 1/35 Sd.Kfz 173 Jagdpanther Kit. The Coldstream Guard and an Amphibious Jeep. This issue sees four more new contributors in the shape of Andy King, Keith Sharples, Ed Storey and Marcel
Van Hobe. The cross section of subjects from these four alone sums up what
we are trying to achieve and I’m sure, like me, you will glean new information and expand your knowledge of this vast subject. From ‘out of the box’ builds to
a piece of superb figure modelling, an incredible scratch build, to modelling using recycling, a look at the world of
3D printing through to military history sections from the Victorian period to the recent conflict in Afghanistan, once more Military Modelling has a little something for everyone. Please send me a message at contribeditor@militarymodelling.com if you think you have a project that I might be interested in within these hallowed pages. Please visit www.militarymodelling.com for ideas, inspiration and advice virtually 24 hours a day.


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