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Introduction During a lull in the fighting as the North African campaign wound down, there was a great deal of experimentation on the Churchill. Developed in the field by Captain Olgin (REME), a reworked Mk I had its turret 2 pounder removed and replaced by another 3” howitzer. This acted as a ranging weapon for the hull gun and allowed a greater deal of indirect firing accuracy. A single photo of such a conversion is found in David Fletcher’s “Mr.
Introduction Sports. We have all experienced them at some level or another, even if just as a spectator. One binding factor involved in athletics is the term—practice. “Practice makes perfect!” coach used to tell me.
introduction by Miguel 'Mig' Jiménez As a friend of Adam, I’ve seen how how his painting skills have evolved in an never-ending search for new directions and challenges. In reality, today’s modelling has become fairly ‘stagnant’ trapped within an almost stifling style which is both very technical and inflexible at the same time. This style, doesn’t give the modeller enough margin to either innovate or to create new styles within these (established) techniques.
Armor Modeling Today Earth tones and effects such as dust and mud have become more accepted among armor modelers over the recent years. Modelers are now devoting more time and thought both to the research and realistic application of earth tones and effects on military models. Let me start this article by discussing some of my thoughts regarding these effects.
Introduction One of the major tasks for armor modelers today is differentiating details from one another on the scale vehicles we construct and paint. Having a good understanding of the techniques available to add contrast to visually break up a model is a major factor towards achieving a self-rewarding finish.
(versión en Español) Today we are going to talk about rust effects on scale models. We are going to do a quick approach to rusting techniques using pigments and a little oil paint.