This book explains in depth in an educational and visually easy to follow format, how to apply various light effects on your models, including the famous modulation technique. Through its 106 pages, hundreds of photos and numerous diagrams show how to obtain more from your models and give them more life and personality. To do this the authors Javier Soler and Mig Jimenez explain 4 different ways of painting lighting effects on our models: color modulation, zenithal light, spot light, and illumination by panels.
Painting Manual, 80 pages, printed to the highest quality. A must have for the German Player or Painter
Painting Manual, 80 pages, printed to the highest quality. Focusing on the Napoleonic French army, it collects everything you need to see the Rafael Pérez Archduke’s miniatures painting techniques.
It includes an amazing step by step and 21 miniatures painted that Archduke has painted exclusively for this publication.
Luis Lopez Ruiz is a renowned Spanish modeler, also well known to Steelmasters magazine s reader. The talented modeler spent the last years to develop and improve his own technique, inspire by the zenithal painting effect, to achieve a stunning color finish on his military scale models: the black and white technique. Following the best selling Paint Guide for Figures of WWII, this new book explains, through detailed step by step photos, how to give your model Jose the perfect enhance of contrast and a eye catching look. Variety of materials used, black and white priming technique and different type of weathering are presented. Five examples of AFV s, from WWII to modern era, are illustrated with many photos. The understanding and the mastery of these method and related techniques are essentials to give a striking realism to military vehicles of WWII and modern era. A gallery of finished scale models completes this highly recommended book for modelers.”
World War II saw a large variety of uniforms on battlefields around the globe. Mike Davidson, using a clearly photographed, step-by-step approach, employs hobby paints and oils to recreate twentieth century warriors. Starting with commercially produced figures, he guides the reader through the process of assembly, painting, and mounting. There are also formulas for mixing a variety of World War II uniform colors to enhance any World War II figure the reader may choose to paint.
Tank Art 1 – WWII German Armor is a fantastic guide to painting and weathering the Rinaldi way. The techniques are extensive, the subjects widely varied, the photography and presentation first rate and the text ably supports the images. Highly Recommended.
THIS BOOK IS OUT OF PRINT UNTIL THE NEW TANK ART 4 IS PUBLISHED
A beautifully assembled kit is always enhanced by the presence of a well-painted figurine. This statement has become a profession of faith for the author of this book, Joaquin Garcia Guazquez, one of the world s armored modeling elite; here he has chosen to give us the benefit of his experience painting figurines from WWII, the supreme period for military modeling. Very instructively, using a lot of photographs, and step by step he explains how to paint a successful figurine, from the choice of tools, from the work area to the preparation of the figurine, painting the flesh parts, the uniforms and the accessories, etc. This is required reading, intended to guide you and inspire you when painting figurines to go with your next armored vehicle or action-packed scene.