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MASTERING OILS 1 OIL PAINTING TECHNIQUES ON AFVS23,95€
English / Spanish / German / French. 124 pages.
Mastering Oils 1, Oil Painting Techniques on AFVs, is the first one of a master series dealing with all the techniques necessary to control oil painting. In this first one the master modeler Joaquín García Gázquez shows us how to use oils in the correct way; how to mix them, how to apply them, which tools are the best for handling them. All the possibilities regarding oils applied on armored fighting vehicles with step by step guides. A masterpiece which will be very useful for any modeler.
DAMAGED MAGAZINE ISSUE 014,95€
Damaged is the new magazine from Abteilung 502. This new Publication wants to show modellers how to weather any type of subject, under any circumstance with various effects. Fernando Vallejo, AK’s president, takes matters into his own hands and selects all the best modellers to show their best models, creations and special curiosities. Inside this magazine you can find various subjects like a truck, a ship to a tank, spaceship ship, trains….etc.
Damaged is the manual for weathered and worn models.
In this first issue you can see from the amazing snowspeeder fro Villegas, an incredible forklift by Rubén González and an awesome mad max car by Andrés Montiel… and many, many other surprises.
DAMAGED MAGAZINE ISSUE 024,95€
The highly positive reception of the rst issue of Damaged magazine gave us extra motivation to prepare an even better Issue, Number 2. In this new publi- cation you will again nd comprehensive articles dealing with a sheer variety of subjects from di erent modelling genres. The main goals of publishing this selection are to explain the techniques used by the best modellers from around the world, and show that modelling and weathering have many faces, some of which may be surprising for the reader
*Available in Spanish & English language.
DAMAGED MAGAZINE ISSUE 034,95€
We introduce you the 3rd issue of damaged, the magazine that has surprised many modellers, with a careful layout and great photos.
You can’t miss it!!.
DAMAGED MAGAZINE ISSUE 044,95€
Covering a multitude of branches of modeling from historical to sci-fi, covering cars, machinery and or scenes, Damaged covers both assembly aspects and techniques of more realistic and innovative painting styles used by many of the best modelers today. The Damaged magazine is a great magazine to inspire modelers and show them new possibilities in the hobby. With original articles this magazine explains with detailed articles “step step by step” how to execute each technique.
If you like modeling you will like Damaged. In this edition we can see a Star Wars ship, and a cartoon of a crime scene …
DAMAGED MAGAZINE ISSUE 064,95€
The sixth issue of Damaged magazine brings you no less than eight articles written by some of the best modelers from around the world. George Mefsut, the editor, again invites us to a great journey through different modeling genres and really uncommon subjects: from a steampunk flying apparatus, through both realistic and sci-fi vignettes featuring figures of various civil vehicles, to a diorama inspired by 3D art from the pop-culture dystopia series created by the Czech artist Filip Hodas.
All of this is presented on high quality photos which form step by step guides that explain different building, painting and weathering techniques, including interesting tips and tricks.
IT INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES:
– Happy Forever
– Citroen 2CV Club
– To hot to dig for giants – What a bad luck
– Danger streets
DAMAGED MAGAZINE ISSUE 054,95€
Issue #5 of the well known Damaged Magazine, bring us the debut of its new editor, to continue the concept of this high quality magazine much apreciated by all modelers. Vehicles, Scifi , figures… always seen from a very special point of view to surprise it’s followers. In this issue we can see articles from a Batmobil to a paper excavator or a very special vignette inspired in Marwen of Robert Zemeckis movie.
English, Spanish. 80 pages.
English & Spanish. 348 pages. Hard cover.
This book is a result of an extended research on the history and organization of the armoured divisions of the Wehrmacht from its creation in 1935, until the end of World War II. It also covers the different models of AFVs that were a part of the material delivered to these divisions. Included are several organization charts, colour profiles and more than 280 archive photos, many of these previously unpublished. To complete the study, a chapter devoted to uniforms is also incorporated.
Launched under Abteilung502 brand is a perfect tool for modelers, and a precious book for history enthusiast.
DAMAGED MAGAZINE ISSUE 074,95€
English & Spanish. 68 pages. Soft cover.
For the seventh issue of Damaged magazine our editor George Mefsut prepared seven articles, which are again devoted to subjects that are less commonly seen in other publications. This includes a post apocalyptic vignette featuring a robot, a racing car converted into a hover car, a space shuttle from the Star Wars universum, a WWII aircraft drop tank converted into a vehicle, an atmospheric ‘bird-watching trip’ diorama, a scratch-built propeller-driven land vehicle, and the famous Chucky doll figure.
All articles are written in step-by-step style and are illustrated with high quality photos, allowing to explain different building, painting and weathering techniques and notice interesting details created by the authors.
English & Spanish. 108 pages. Hard cover.
Although the German Army used only a handful of tanks during the Word War I, they still get a lot of interest from modellers and historians. This publication gives an insight into the tank service in the Germany Army in 1917-1918, and provides a detailed look at the history and painting schemes of the only combat-used tank that had been manufactured in Germany during World War I, the A7V.
A number of captured tanks that had been used by the Germans, are also covered. The book is lavishly illustrated with rare archive photos, numerous colour profiles and scale drawings in 1:35 and 1:87 scale.
PANZERWAFFE TARNFARBEN – CAMOUFLAGE COLOURS AND ORGANIZATION OF THE GERMAN ARMOURED FORCE (1917-1945)26,95€
English & Spanish. 128 pages. Hard cover.
During the Great War, the assault tanks in the German Army merely played an anecdotal role. Due to the restrictions enforced by the Treaty of Versailles, the first training unit for armoured forces wasn’t organised (secretly) until 1933. The existence of the first three Panzerdivisionen of that new German Army was officially revealed in 1935. The armoured troops or Panzertruppen were an independent branch of the Army, with their own command. This allowed concentrating the tanks in divisions so units were capable of significantly strategic deployments. General Heinz Guderian forged both words:
Panzerwaffe to refer to the armoured force and Panzertruppen to identify the elitist armoured troops which would conquer half of Europe in the following years. The evolution of the camouflage schemes painted in tanks and vehicles of German armoured units is analysed in the book along with the organisation of these German units during WWI and WWII and the whole interwar period.
Essential colour for your scenes. It can also be used to enhance, mix, and the illumination of other colours. A basic colour for the modeler.
This is a colour that no modeler should be without. When mixed with Matte Thinner Sepia perfectly replicates dry oil and diesel fuel stains; as well, it is great for panel lines and the fine details of small parts.
This very popular and highly versatile colour perfectly simulates the subtle effect of accumulated dust; making it a must have for all segments of modeling. Its single shade tone makes it perfect for mixing with other colours allowing the modeler to achieve a wide range of different tones.
A useful dark tone necessary when working with dark colours, or enhancing panel lines. Bitumen, through the use of specific washes, allows the modeler to increase the depth of dark colours in areas that have little illumination.
A great product for the perfect simulation of exhaust soot on your models, but the uses don’t stop there, Smoke is useful on wheels, engines and of course burnt vehicles. For subtle variety of exhaust tones Smoke can be used to create washes and dark filters for exhaust staining on aircraft.