Military Modelling - Volume 47, No. 9

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 Military Modelling Magazine, Volume 47, Issue 9, once again filled with a good range of subjects that should keep the bulk of you happy. Since speaking to you last month, I was fortunate to be able to visit Figureworld which is held annually in the lovely Northamptonshire town of Oundle. I only had a small amount of time there but it quickly became clear to me that the day could easily have been consumed with just talking to people. Within the space of a couple of hours, I had caught up with a few people I already knew and by the end had been introduced to two dozen more. It was really nice to be physically ‘out there’ and I know a number of you feel, like me, that the magazine should be ‘out there’ more too. Military Modelling does not at the moment have the presence that is required in a busy marketplace with regard to model shows. It worries me that a large number of people and especially those who visit the website who do not realize that there is a ‘real’ magazine behind the whole operation.


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