World War 2 Luftwaffe Fighter Modelling

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Osprey Publishing, 2000 - History - 128 pages
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This book sets out to provide a practical reference for the modeller and complement the vast array of historical reference material that already exists for this period. Many different techniques are covered, including dry-brushing, washes, weathering, types of paints, the tools of the trade and many more essential tips.

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Geoff Coughlin has been building scale models for over twenty years. He is known to many in the hobby through articles that regularly appear in popular magazines: these include Tamiya Model Magazine International and Scale Models International. The subjects featured in these journals cover practically every aspect of building scale aircraft models from biplane vac-forms such as the Aeroclub Gloster Gauntlet to the stunning Tamiya F-15E Strike Eagle and Revell / Monogram He 111. He is now in his sixth year as a contributor. Geoff has just finished writing a book about building the new Tamiya Fairey Swordfish aimed specifically at the modeller. This is his first book for Osprey.

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