March 23, 2013

Product Spotlight: Scale Model Handbook Figure Modeling 6


This is the Sixth Edition in the excellent Scale Model Handbook Series by Mr. Black Publications, a series of modelling books dedicated to miniature figures. Again, they've varied the themes and historical periods of the subjects and presented more sculpting and painting techniques. Imported from Greece. View & Order Here

In this issue:
- How to Paint a Mounted Figure
Using Vlad Dracul The Impaler - 75mm (Pegaso Models, 75-906) as an example - 14 pages

- How To Paint a Realistic Face on a 1/10 Scale Bust
Using the War Photographer 1971, Vietnam - 180mm by Life Miniatures, LM-B001 as an example - 6 pages



- Sculpting a 120mm Figure for Commercial Casting
Using General Sir Bernard Law Montgomery - 120mm (Sculpting for Tartar Miniatures, TR120-38) as an example - 6 pages




- Figure Conversion Using Commercial Parts
Using The Royal Hungarian Army Zrinyi SPG Crewman - 50mm (The Bodi 35033 & Head 35018) as an example - 6 pages



- How To Paint a Large Scale Face Using Artists Oils
Using Waffen SS Panzer Crewman (Head) - 180mm (Young Miniatures YM1806) as an example - 2 pages





- How to Create a Realistic 54mm Vignette with Scratch Built Figures
Using Fujita’s Dinner as an example - 6 pages

- Painting a Figure using 'An Oriented Source of Light'
Using From Hell: “Jack the Ripper” - 75mm (Scale 75, SCN-003) as an example - 7 pages



CONTRIBUTORS
ANTONIO FDEZ (PIQUI), JAVIER GONZÁLEZ (ARSIES), IGOR KORDYUKOV, RADEK PITUCH, ERNESTO REYES STALHUTH, KAZUFUMI TOMORI, ALEX VARELA (IGUAZZU).

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