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PostSubject: Forwarding a book review   Sun Oct 12, 2014 6:44 pm

I'm putting this link here because all the kits are WWII planes. The reviewer says it all perfectly, right down to the "Spanish Style" being used.

Some of the weathering techniques I will not (or am mentally or personally unable to) use, but they do produce stunning results. I believe the reader just has to decide what is within their limits of talent, time and/ or budget.

http://www.themodellingnews.com/2014/06/is-this-greatest-book-on-model-aircraft.html

Damn near 60.00 USD but I've opened it and read every day since I bought it last week. Even for the techniques I'll never use (super-detailing cockpits, interior detailing, making your own masks) the rest of the book is worth it for me. study


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