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Aircraft Modelling (Modelling Masterclass) Hardcover-spiral – August 24, 2010
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"The aircraft modeling hobby has undergone dramatic changes in the last ten years. New manufacturing technologies and the rise of China have combined to make this a golden age in terms of the variety and availability of models. But these advancements can also make the hobby intimidating for those starting out... This is the perfect book for the beginner and the seasoned modeler alike." -Flying Models (October 2010)
"Although this book is described as a 'guide for the serious modeler,' it goes well beyond that, and should appeal to the 'curious' among you that wonder 'now how ... did he do that !?' If you fall into that category, you will find this reference publication a 'must include' for your personal library." -Ed Kinney, IPMS/USA (October 2010)
About the Author
Brett Green is the editor of HyperScale (www.HyperScale.com), an online model magazine established in 1998, and a highly respected aviation modeller. He has published two books on the colors and markings of Luftwaffe aircraft: Augsburg's Last Eagles, on the late-war Messerschmitt Bf 109, and Stormbird Colors on the Me 262. For Osprey Publishing he has written Modelling 2: Modelling the Messerschmitt Bf 110 and Modelling 11: Modelling the P-47 Thunderbolt, and has co-written World War 2 US Army Fighter Modeling in the Masterclass series. Brett lives in Sydney, Australia, with his wife and two children. The author lives in Sydney, Australia.
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Modern aircraft? Chapter 11 example is a F/A-18, Chapter 12 the MB326 jet trainer. Modern aircraft tend to see the wash rack more often than those used in WWII so are less weathered. The examples used are for illustration of this art; for specific instruction and advice see a modelling forum (Chapter 13 is a start).
aircraft. I am constantly on the look for any book offering advice on painting and weathering modern aircraft, but I have yet to find one. This book cover shows a modern aircraft but the book has a very limited article and does nothing to explain how to paint or weather modern aircraft.
Just frustrated because of the fact that no one has taken the time to go into modern aircraft. It was the same info you will find in monthly magazines, old aircraft. I like to work with some of the older stuff from time to time but give me MODERN!!!