Covering British, French and German trenches of the Western Front, Modelling WW1 Trench Warfare includes the different construction, materials and repair methods used during the conflict.
Each chapter includes the historical background, together with step-by-step instructions.
Modelling Naval Ships in Small Scales provides a wealth of practical guidance on building and painting realistic model naval ships aimed at those who are new to this hobby through to the experienced modeller.
An in-depth look at the creation of four models is included
- The Type 45 destroyer HMS Daring (Dragon)
- The pre-war aircraft carrier USS Wasp (Aoshima)
"Azuma" was one of the six armored cruisers built under the programme. Four of them were built by the British Armstrong shipyard, but "Azuma" was ordered in France, and its sister vessel, the "Yakumo", in Germany. Both cruisers were to carry British guns, making them compatible with units built in hazy Albion.
The Panavia Tornado is a twin-engine fighter jet with variable wing geometry. Three main versions of the Tornado were created: the attack version - Tornado IDS (Interdictor/Strike), the interceptor version - Tornado ADV (Air Defense Variant) and the electronic combat version - Tornado ECR (Electronic Combat/Reconaissance).
The Bf 109 F (Friedrich) is the successor of the E version with the same engine in the DB 601E version - produced from the turn of 1940/1941. However, the airframe changed the external appearance completely: a new propeller cap was used, the front part of the fuselage was completely changed using a more rounded engine cover and the shape of the wings was changed from rectangular to rounded.
The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 was a single-seat, single-engine German fighter from World War II. It was produced in over 20,000 units, including about 6,000 in the fighter-bomber version.
The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk (names for the RAF and the Soviet Air Force: P-40 Tomahawk, P-40 Kittyhawk) is an American fighter, fighter-bomber, and reconnaissance aircraft from the Second World War. The P-40 was the standard United States Army Air Force's aircraft during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor and was used in combat until the end of the Pacific War, early September 1945.
The limited basin of the Adriatic Sea favoured the operation of the light ships and various types of "microorganisms". The Italian naval command at the end of 1914 already drew attention to the combat capabilities of motor torpedo boats. The design of such a unit was presented in November, 1914, by the Italian company Maccia Marchini.
The 'ShipCraft' series provides in-depth information about building and modifying model kits of famous warship types. Lavishly illustrated, each book takes the modeler through a brief history of the subject, highlighting differences between ships and changes in their appearance over their careers.