Item description for Basic Military Vehicle Modelling (Modelling Manuals) by Jerry Scutts...
This is the third in the Modelling Manual series which deals with the basics of military vehicle modelling - one of the most popular subjects for modellers. The first of three books to deal with this fascinating subject, Basic Vehicle Modelling introduces the modeller to some basic model types with a series of close up, step by step photographs. Working with kits from Tamiya, Verlinden, Revell and others, the less experienced modeller is shown the do's and don'ts of modelling techniques, with particular emphasis on the common difficulties that the inexperienced modeller might face. This series will build into a library of practical information for the modeller.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 10.24" Width: 7.48" Height: 0.31" Weight: 0.53 lbs.
Release Date Jun 15, 1999
Publisher Osprey Publishing
ISBN 1902579070 ISBN13 9781902579078
Availability 0 units.
More About Jerry Scutts
Jerry Scutts has spent many years in journalism including a stint with the UK Civil Aviation Authority. As a full-time author since the 1980s he has written nearly sixty books dealing with aviation in WW2, Korea and Vietnam. Jerry has also written on his secondary interest, naval history.
Reviews - What do customers think about Basic Military Vehicle Modelling (Modelling Manuals)?
It stinks May 13, 2000
I was very disappointed. This book should have been titled 'Look at how I paint' - there are lots of pictures but no useful information. For exmample, when he details a Humvee, he shows the step for masking the windows - and never removes the masking - leaving the windows painted in camo patterns - kind of hard to drive.
Good overview, but no depth... Oct 6, 1999
I was disappointed in the book. It gave some great over views of different topics, but no real depth in how to actually do it. I would recommend anything from S. Paine over J. Scutt's material anytime.