Bearing in mind that it would be impossible to cover the aircraft of all the nations which fought in this area, in just one issue, we have this time decided to focus on just Luftwaffe and Royal Air Force subjects. We have chosen the most iconic machines used by the greatest pilots: a Spitfire Mk. Vb, with its distinctive Vokes tropical filter; a Kittyhawk Mk. I, wearing the famous sharkmouth nose marking; a Bf F-4 trop, finished as the mount of the legendary ace, Hans-Joachim Marseille; a Beaufighter Mk.
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Bearing in mind that it would be impossible to cover the aircraft of all the nations which fought in this area, in just one issue, we have this time decided to focus on just Luftwaffe and Royal Air Force subjects. We have chosen the most iconic machines used by the greatest pilots: a Spitfire Mk.
Vb, with its distinctive Vokes tropical filter; a Kittyhawk Mk. I, wearing the famous sharkmouth nose marking; a Bf F-4 trop, finished as the mount of the legendary ace, Hans-Joachim Marseille; a Beaufighter Mk. VIF, with a slightly more unusual desert night-fighter scheme, and a Bf E-2 trop, which served as fighter, bomber and ground attack aircraft. To complement our aircraft builds, we include step-by-step articles which show you how to paint a pilot figure, and a half-tracked truck.
Vb Trop. We are sure that Tanker will herald a new global benchmark for scale modelling magazines. Each quarterly issue of Tanker has a dedicated theme; focusing on amazingly realistic paint schemes and finishes, and showing you how to accomplish them. We have the very best of modelers from around the world, showing you how to master the latest techniques; additionally, original techniques that have not only brought us to where we are today, but techniques that have stood the test of time are demonstrated.
This next issue of our aircraft modelling magazine, is fully dedicated to jet aircraft that participated in the Vietnam conflict. We travel to this hot and humid location, and try to revive the atmosphere of those air battles between the small and agile MiGs, and their opponents from the USAF, US Navy, and Marines.
Each of the latter service branches is represented by one aircraft, featured within the pages of Aces High Issue Five, along with a pair of their opponents; two agile MiGs, in spectacular camouflage schemes. To complement these builds, we include a new gallery section and step-by-step articles which show you how to build a figure vignette, and also finish an auxiliary vehicle.
So jettison your drop tanks, activate all weapon systems, and fire your afterburners, as we now take to the skies of Vietnam with the latest issue of Aces High magazine! Issue 02 sets the bar higher than the first issue! With pages dedicated to more amazing armor, with reference sections, specialized techniques, product map, and our section school of techniques. David Parker. There have already been 6 issues of our magazine dedicated to military aircraft, and we are now seen as one of the best aircraft magazines worldwide for modelers and critics.
Under the editorship of Daniel Zamarbide and his team of collaborators, in this edition we will take you directly back to the The Battle of Britain. The magazine contains artwork from Romain Hugault, and many detailed articles of the highest quality, with clear photography. Within its pages we cover one theme in each issue and all techniques with the theme. Der Adler tag. I Death or glory.
I Live to fly, fly to live. The 7th issue of our aircraft magazine. This time Daniel Zamarbide and his cooperators show us all the tricks and possibilities of metallic colors through high quality articles, like the P Mustang and the MIG 21, other not so well known as the F Voodoo and the B Marauder, and the known by few FF Panther from Korea made by Daniel Zamarbide himself. Along with illustrations from Romain Hugault. The metallic colors will have no secret for you.
The flying barracuda. Magyar Silver Arrow. The mighty Mustang. Blue Tail Fly. Voodoo one-o-wonder. The newest issue is dedicated to captured enemy aircraft put into service. Another top hit release from the best aircraft modeling magazine! The wild horse from Zirkus Rosarius. III A. Un der new management. The swimming beetle. Are you ready for the fourth issue of Tanker Techniques Magazine?
The overwhelming worldwide success of our quarterly magazine has propelled us forward to the next issue. Aptly named Damage Inc. As with all other issues, detailed explanations for the correct application of these effects are provided; the techniques presented in Tanker Techniques are universal, easily applied to other models, not just tanks.
Are you drawn to the technical side of our hobby? Are you secretly a rivet counter? If so, this is the must have magazine; each issue is packed with detailed information, galleries, interviews and more. Much more than a magazine. The Bully of the Class Focus. The Last Horse Damage Inc. Reference School Of Techniques. Tips and Tricks. Gallery of Damage. Interview at the work Bench. Lester Plaskitt. Tanker is the most specialized magazine in the world, devoted entirely to painting techniques painting and weathering techniques of military vehicles.
In this issue we focus on mud. We will show through different tutorials, and sbs articles how to implement these techniques and how to translate to your models. Again the best modelers in the world showing us their tricks and techniques.
You will learn through high quality photos and step by steps many new ways to use different products to recreate realistic mud in your vehicles. Printed for collecting in high quality format, TTM is a collectible resource packed with useful techniques and inspiration. Mud introduction article. Chris Jerret. The ninth issue of Aces High magazine deals with a very special subject that had never received such extensive coverage before: modelling the military helicopters.
Our contributors had again prepared a number of interesting articles, revealing dozens of tips and tricks that will help you to deal with various problems that you may possibly encounter during various stages of your own builds.
Content : -History of military helicopter I. From beginnings to Vietnam war. Army combat explorer. The venerable Jolly Green gigant. The Zulu Cobra. The rescue moster. The sixtz issue of Tanker Techniques Magazine, the best modeling magazine focused on painting and weathering techniques. For this edition, one of the most demanded issues, Steel Cats. It also contains our classic sections, school of techniques , this time focus in how to work with the classic colors of Steel cats, bunkelgelb and Dunkelgrau, interview in the workbench and much more….
ACES HIGH dedicates its 10th issue to this Front with the most mythical and unique planes of both sides with an interesting variety of decorations and scales.
High quality magazine dedicated exclusively to the world of model airplanes. The focus is on the painting and weathering of model aircraft. Each issue will be structured around a new theme which will recur throughout that Issue.
We have sought out some of the best modelers in the world to show us step-by-step how to make, paint, and weather model aircraft. This first issue is dedicated to the German Night Fighters along with extra pages and many surprises. This magazine forms the back bone of our new AIR Series. This magazine will be an instant collectable so make sure you get your copy today and perhaps even two copies, one to read and another to collect and keep in unread mint condition.
The obvious subject for our figure painting article is a Kamikaze pilot. The seventh issue of Tanker Techniques Magazine, the best modelling magazine focused on painting and weathering techniques.
Urban warfare has left its print on the development of new tanks and armoured vehicles. This issue of Tanker is dedicated to creating such an environment for your model. We show how to make a street scene, destroyed and bombed out buildings, etc. This time the focus is more on how to present your model in such environments rather than on the vehicles themselfs. Already here the last issue of Tanker, this time focus in conflicts in villages and cities. In this issue we can feel the battle and the sensations of decadence in cities destroyed by the war.
We will see how to recreate these environments, buildings and vehicles. Issue 08 of Tanker, the most specialized magazine focused in military vehicles, with the classic sections, techniques, interviews, tutorials and much more. In this issue we can see real beasts and many techniques and inspirational articles where to learn and enjoy with the best modellers around the world.
Our famous modeller Daniel Zamarbide is the man behind this wonderful publication. He constantly leads us into the world of aircraft modelling, not only to show the best techniques and step by step guides, but also historical facts. With each issue Aces High increases its sales and the number of people we attract. Tanker has become one of the best reference in military vehicles scale modelling.
Our famous modeller Kristof is the man behind this publication. He constantly leads us into the world of modelling military vehicles, not only to show the best techniques and step by step guides, but also historical facts.
DAMAGED MAGAZINE 06
Damaged is the best magazine devoted to painting techniques and the ageing of scale models of any type, and figures. Original scenes and vehicles for a great source of inspiration for all modelers. Of course we can learn many of each article with its perfect step-by-step explanations and illustrated through high-quality images and concise descriptions. In this issue, we focus on subjects with the comon denominator to represent the wear and the passage of time or show ultrarealistics models from the best modelers arround the world. Here we will learn which techniques will be the most appropriate to transform the exterior aspects of a locomotive. We also include a civil scamel abandoned or a paper vehicle, and of course, much more!
DAMAGED MAGAZINE 05
Bearing in mind that it would be impossible to cover the aircraft of all the nations which fought in this area, in just one issue, we have this time decided to focus on just Luftwaffe and Royal Air Force subjects. We have chosen the most iconic machines used by the greatest pilots: a Spitfire Mk. Vb, with its distinctive Vokes tropical filter; a Kittyhawk Mk. I, wearing the famous sharkmouth nose marking; a Bf F-4 trop, finished as the mount of the legendary ace, Hans-Joachim Marseille; a Beaufighter Mk. VIF, with a slightly more unusual desert night-fighter scheme, and a Bf E-2 trop, which served as fighter, bomber and ground attack aircraft.