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PostPosted: Thu Aug 30, 2007 4:05 am    Post subject: Scale Colour for Modellers Reply with quote


Edited by Ian Peacock
Publisher: Argus Books 1991
Contents:
    Scale Model Colour and Metal Finish Techniques
    Metal Finishing the SnJ way
    Painting: Hints & Tips
    Early Aircraft
    Small Scale Vehicals
    AFVs
    Aero Camouflage Techniques
    Model Ships
    Custom Spraying
    Decals
    Airbrushing
    Model Colour References
    Aero Colour Tables

Fairly cheap paperback book for those on a budget. Easy to read with diagrams and photos, however they are in black and white only, a little bit of a draw back in a book about colour. Techniques are still viable, but a little dated, and with the age of the book, no product like Testors Model Master paints are discussed. The colour references are based on Humbrol, which is still alright today. Still with all this, this book is better than nothing and will provide a good reference, although some of its techniques belong to yesterday. Smile
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