The Weathering Aircraft Magazine #3

The weathering aircraft magazine this time covers aircraft engines. It starts off with an overview of real engines and what they look like, both new and old.

The magazine is 66 pages, mostly content with a few adverts. The photographs and captions are excellent and show you clearly what you need to see.

Individual issues and subscriptions are available from the Ammo website.

Table of Contents
Page 3 Editorial by Javier Lopez de Anca
Page 6 Engines
Page 10 Me 262 Jumo 004B by Javier Lopez de Anca
Page 16 Salmson 9Z by Chema Martinez
Page 20 Nakajima HA-109 by Mario Gabas
Page 22 UH-1Y by Michal Dostal
Page 28 GE J79-GE-19 by Otto Crobrik
Page 32 Rolls Royce Merlin Series 60 by Diego Quijano
Page 40 Nakajima Sakae 12 by Yang Yu Pei
Page 44 F-105G Thunderchief by Vini Pompeo
Page 50 Mercedes D.IIIa by Chema Martinez
Page 54 Mercedes D.III by by Javier Lopez de Anca
Page 56 P&W PW2800 by Jamie Haggo
Page 60 Radon-Klzer 602C by Julio Cabos

The third issue of the Weathering Aircraft, your favourite modelling magazine focused on painting and weathering techniques, is here. For this edition, our brilliant collaborators had thrown themselves into the fray, working on different engines and showing how to weather them step by step: oil and grease stains, rust and dirt marks and even how to paint a derelict engine. From the first steps assembling the replicas of these engineering marvels to the most exhaustive detail work. In these pages you´ll find from the engines that propelled the first flying machines to the most modern jets, through the all-time WWII classics; all you need to create a truly masterpiece out of your scale aircraft engine.

Paul Tosney – Editor
ModelBuilder International

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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