SCALE MODEL HANDBOOK FIGURE MOD.10
Autore: MrBLACK PUBLICATIONS
Numerosi noti modellisti hanno collaborato alla realizzazione di questa collana pubblicata in Grecia, dedicata ai soldatini. Ogni numero contiene consigli e tecniche varie per rendere un soldatino commerciale unico e realistico: la colorazione con i vari tipi di colori in commercio, la conversione, la presentazione e il diorama.
We have now reached the 10th book about modelling miniature figures in our Scale Model Handbook series, which this time offers eight different subjects from various historical periods in different scales. Inside are featured the excellent works of Pepe Gallardo, Adrian Hopwood, Christos Katselos, Michael Kontraros, Grigoris Marmatakis, Sergey Popovichenko, Ernesto Reyes Stalhuth and Christos Stamatopoulos. We would like to thank all of our contributors for their support these last two and a half years who have shared their modelling secrets and offered their valuable knowledge and experience that is vital to us all. Also our grateful thanks must go to our loyal readers for being there for us and not missing a single issue and once again special thanks to Pietro Balloni, Luca Marchetti and Ken Jones!
Enjoy the 10th edition in our Scale Model Handbook series, and for those who love dioramas, dont forget to check out the latest addition to our series, “Diorama Modelling I”, a 100-page book revealing the many techniques for making scenic settings and creating different worlds in miniature.
Primus Pilus Roman Centurion, 1st century A.D. - 75mm – Pegaso Models (75-012)
Ejecutor - “Blood and Silver” - 70mm – Nocturna Models (Masquerade)
Blood! - Portraying Realistic Blood On Figures
Bar Gunner US, 29th Infantry Division - 120mm – Alpine Miniatures (16012)
US Paratrooper 82nd Airborne, Normandy 1944 - 180mm – Young Miniatures (YM1824)
Laconian Hoplite - 200mm – El Greco Miniatures (EGM-BU17)
Cleopatra, Queen of the Nile - 180mm – El Viejo Dragon (CB35)
Jules Vern - 65mm (Scratch-built)
PEPE GALLARDO, ADRIAN HOPWOOD, CHRISTOS KATSELOS, MICHAEL KONTRAROS, GRIGORIS MARMATAKIS, SERGEY POPOVICHENKO, ERNESTO REYES STALHUTH, CHRISTOS STAMATOPOULOS.
Interamente illustrato a colori
21 x 28