Item description for FW 190 SUPER-DETAILED: Construction, Transformation, Painting, Weathering (Models and Planes) by Pedro Andrada, Aurelio Gimeno, Alfonso Martinez Berlana & Eduardo Soler...
The purpose of this new series entitled 'Models and Planes' is to show the most beautiful kits of the most famous planes. Photoscopes, "step-by-step" kit building, painting guides, hints, conversions, micro-painting, sketches and profiles, all these features are included. A must in the field of advanced modeling. Volume One in the series is dedicated to one of W.W.II Germany's most famous fighters.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.25" Width: 7.5" Height: 9" Weight: 0.8 lbs.
Publisher Histoire and Collections
ISBN 2915239584 ISBN13 9782915239584
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Reviews - What do customers think about FW 190 SUPER-DETAILED: Construction, Transformation, Painting, Weathering (Models and Planes)?
FW 190 Super-Detailed Sep 1, 2008
Another fine modelling publication from the French furm of Historie & Collections. Great reference for building & detailing early A model FW 190's. Great step by step color photos & use of intermediate & advance building technics.
Best modeling book I've seen Jan 10, 2008
As a person re-entering the modeling hobby after many years, I was very intimidated by the huge leaps that have been made in the quality and accuracy of plastic models. This is the first book I have seen that really explains, with clear pictures and step-by-step instructions, how to get the tremendous detail and realistic paint and weathering schemes that turn a model into a work of art. If you are like me and easily confused by the instructions that assume you already know what you're doing, this is the book for you. I'm still intimidated by the quality of the models in this book, but at least I feel like I have a clue as to how it was done. I highly recommend this book to anyone who would like to build beautiful models, but doesn't want to spend 20 years learning by trial and error. I can't wait to see the next one in the series.
FW-190 Uber book on 'how to" Mar 17, 2007
I have been modeling since 1959, and without a doubt this is the BEST example on how to do anyhting, not just a model. The format the authors use is near-perfect. I am a Nurse and Combat Firefighter -was in Iraq as such- and a Private Pilot: this is THE way a how-to should be done and I am not exaggerating one bit when I say I would unashamedly do it their way. Where's the FW-190D/TA-152 sequel?