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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 47, Number 11. This magazine is fronted by a British heavy weight produced by another new contributor. Since writing to you last, myself and my ‘veteran’ designer Richard Dyer hit the road and headed south to the Kentish seaside town of Folkestone where we stumbled upon an impressive model show! I know, what you’re thinking; what were the odds? Of course, this was the ‘new’ Euro Miniature Expo which was held in the ‘old’ surroundings of the Leas Cliff Hall. Even though initially it felt like we were walking into another Euro Militaire, the lighter atmosphere and the generally upbeat feeling made it feel very different (for the better). The traders were far more positive for a start and this was reflected in the amount of positive encouragement and the samples that we struggled away with which necessitated a larger Atten-Shun this month. I truly hope that the new ‘team’ sticks with it and keeps this show going; it will grow, evolve and change but regardless of which direction it takes I for one know that it will not please everyone all of the time; in fact, it will be a bit like trying to run a modelling magazine! All the best Martyn