ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AIRCRAFT MODELLING TECHNIQUES

The work has been performed by the world famous modeler Diego Quijano and a selection of the best worldwide aircraft modelers, led by Mig Jimenez, the creator of the FAQ 1 and 2 which stand as the most thorough and comprehensive best selling AFV modeling techniques encyclopedia.

Through more than 750 pages and 3,500 high quality and full color photos, modelers can learn everything you need to make your aircraft, from the simplest processes for the new modeler to advanced techniques for the advanced modeller .

The amount and great detail of explained processes makes this work so extensive that is has been divided into 5 volumes to make it more manageable on any desk.

A.MIG-6050 ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AIRCRAFT MODELLING TECHNIQUES  VOL.1 – COCKPITS 25.00€

This first volume covers in depth:

  • -The preparation of pieces, including how to separate sprues, sanding, cleaning, gluing, and hyper detail.
  • -The realization of cockpits, from the simplest to the most detailed of all subjects and types. Subjects such as painting, assembly, leather seats, metal seats, ejection seats, pilots, belts, hyper detailing, resin cockpits and pieces, photo-etched components, scratch building, control panels, painting dials, decals, hues, polishing and gluing cockpits.

Subscription for Encyclopedia of Aircraft Modelling Techniques – 5 volumes 120.00€

Special New Release offer: enjoy the full collection now at a special price and obtain for free Volume 1 in addition to a special Volume 6 JUST for subscribers. Choose your language

  • Volume 1: Cockpits. (128 pages)
  • Volume 2: Interiors and Assembly (168 pages)
  • Volume 3: Painting (168 pages)
  • Volume 4: Weathering (160 pages)
  • Volume 5: Final Steps (124 pages)

A.MIG-4510 THE WEATHERING MAGAZINE, ISSUE 11 – 1945   8,00€

Featuring for the first time a very special and attractive subject for a lot of modelers – the year is 1945. For many, this year marks the climax of an evolution in camouflage and new designs in the German military. A special range which includes colors and patterns found on ground vehicles and aircraft. In addition, the vehicles at this time had a special appearance and some colors that were unique to this time. The Weathering Magazine takes a trip to the past through painting and effects, featuring some of the best modellers in the world and detailed “step by step” process of painting. This is undoubtedly the best issue of TWM to date, with unique graphic design and countless articles showing different styles of painting.

A.MIG-7125   UKRAINE ATO COLORS 13.80€                                                                                                                      

The war in eastern Ukraine or “Anti Terrorist Operation ATO” of 2014 and 2015 has become one of the most popular worldwide modeling issues. The large amount of photos and information about the vehicles that are participating here has made many modelers choose this topic. The many color systems of all vehicles used there are indeed complex and multitudes of standardized colors are mixed with others improvised on the battlefield. This set brings together a small selection of the most common colors used on combat vehicles, excluding the many colors used only on maneuvers or in pre-war times

A.MIG-7126   NOVOROSSIYA COLORS 13.80€

In 2014 the eastern regions of Ukraine Donetsk and Lugansk (Donbas), part of the New Russia, rebelled against the central government and began a protracted war mainly supported by the Russians, providing armored vehicles to separatists. Although initially the “rebels” used vehicles captured from the Ukrainian army, with time new vehicles of Russian origin begin to appear. As the Ukrainian army used many colors in common with the Russian army and everything was mixed in the battlefield, the rebels decided to use a highly visible and common green, the color A.MIG 054, to identify and distinguish their vehicles from Ukrainians.

A.MIG-7141   1944-1945 GERMAN STANDARD COLORS 6.90€

Acrylics Colors Set. 3 jars 17mL
Despite what many modelers had believed, the colors used by the Germany military were not the same throughout the war. Towards the end of the war, some colors were changing, such as the famous Dunkelgelb or “Dark Yellow”.

A.MIG-7142   GERMAN FACTORY COLORS 6.90€ 

Acrylics Colors Set. 3 jars 17mL
Many modelers have found interest in painting their German vehicles with the colors used in factories. In some cases, these tanks went out to fight with those factory colors without being camouflaged, especially at the end of the war when there was no time or supplies to do so.

A.MIG-7143   RUSSIAN GREENS – 1956 TO PRESENT 9.20€ 

Acrylics Colors Set. 4 jars 17mL
We have gathered in one set, the  green colors most used from 1956 to the present for lovers and fans of Russian vehicles from all eras. All of these colors are very different from each other and each of them has been used alone or in combination with other colors in different camouflage patterns.

A.MIG-8011   1945 T-SHIRT 15,00€  

Before buy, choose your size M, L, XL or XXL.
Special T-shirt, limited edition, commemorating the end of World War II. Military green and silkscreen printed in two colors on the front and sleeve.

PACK TWM 11 + 1945 T-SHIRT 18,40€

Get both products at a special price.

PACK TWM 11 + 1944-1945 GERMAN STANDARD COLORS SET 11,92€

Get both products at a special price.

All these items are available on the AMMO Website

Paul Tosney – Model Builder International – www.modelbuilderinternational.com

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Paul Tosney

Paul has been with Model Builder International since almost the beginning. He started building models as a boy, and took a hiatus, but started building again a few years ago. He builds pretty much anything, but mostly WW2, with a smattering of modern and the occasional SciFi model.

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