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Glenn Bartolotti Step-by-Step Pkw Steyr Type 150A/01

Posted by pedro.negron on May 21, 2015 at 11:15 AM Comments comments (0)
Repost from Armorama.com, Writer : TODD MICHALAK

Armor Models by Glenn Bartolotti releases another of his Step-by-Step Finishing German Armor publications. The latest addition, Volume 45 s.gl.Pkw Steyr Type 150A/01 Kommandeurwagen - Russia 1942-43, is available now!

As with all of Glenn's Step-by-Step Finishing German Armor guides, this new publication retails for $1.95 and is available for download on the Armor Models website. This is a fourteen page step by step guide to painting and weathering of Tamiya's 1/35 scale s.gl.Pkw Steyr Type 150A/01 Kommandeurwagen. Contained inside this SBS is a copy of Terry Ashley's review of the kit.

 

One of the newer additions to the Armor Models Step-byStep guides is the interactive qualities of the publication. Links to not only Terry's review of the Steyr but to the various products Glenn uses throughout the guide are embedded for easy referencing.

 

Glenn Bartolotti latest publication looks to be more of what we have come to expect from this seasoned modeller; quick rundown of the building process, detailed painting guide and a step by step explanation to his weathering process!

 

Stop by Armor Models and check out Volume 45 s.gl.Pkw Steyr Type 150A/01 Kommandeurwagen - Russia 1942-43 and many of the other fine selections he has to offer.


Where to buy?

http://sbsarmormodels.yolasite.com/


The Weathering Magazine issue 9 : KO and Wrecks coming soon!

Posted by pedro.negron on September 22, 2014 at 10:15 AM Comments comments (0)

Coming very soon the next Weathering Magazine, issue 9 dedicated to Wrecks, Knockout vehicles, neglects cars and much more.  Stay tune for more updates .



The Weathering Magazine issue 8: Vietnam its here!

Posted by pedro.negron on September 19, 2014 at 9:20 AM Comments comments (0)

AMMO Of Mig Jimenez, present the 8 issue of the well know Weathering Magazine. This magazine are more than good quality pictures, this are a must have reference material to every level of modeler. In this one you will find multiples examples of weathering from tanks, airplanes, figures, even a Mecha! all turning around the theme of Vietnam. 

I grab mine early at the Ipms Nationals convention in Virginia and must say, every issue its getting better and better. Grabs yours before they are all gone!



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AMMO USA News July 2014: New acrylic and airplanes sets and reedition on TWM Issue #1: RUST

Posted by pedro.negron on July 18, 2014 at 2:45 PM Comments comments (0)

Ammo lastest report of new paints and the reprint of issue #1 of The weathering Magazine.


Also available this month are exciting new sets for aircraft modelers including a set designed for bare metal and jet engines which is sure to be a huge hit with all modelers and another one for Soviet fighters during the WWII painted in green and black.

A.MIG-7110 WW I & WW II French Camouflage Colors $22.50
A.MIG-7111 WW I British & German Colors $22.50
A.MIG-7102 Afrika Korps SMART ACRYLIC SET $11.25
A.MIG-7104 Bundeswehr Afghanistan Scheme SMART ACRYLIC SET $11.25
A.MIG-7422 WW II SOVIET AIRPLANES (Green & Black camouflages) $17.85
A.MIG-7423 METALLIC AIRPLANES & JETS $17.85
A.MIG-4500 THE WEATHERING MAGAZINE. ISSUE 1 RUST $13.50


Visit:


http://www.ammomigjimenez-usa.com/

Panzer ace # 45 is here

Posted by pedro.negron on April 1, 2014 at 8:05 AM Comments comments (0)





Panzer 45 from Action press in know available with work from many great modellers, like Diego Quijano and Fabrizio Pincelli, check it ouT!
Where to buy?

MINIART 2014 CATALOG

Posted by pedro.negron on January 21, 2014 at 7:10 AM Comments comments (0)


Its here! the new 2014 Catalog from Miniart, go and see it now here.




The Weathering Magazine issue 6 : Kursk and Vegetation

Posted by pedro.negron on January 8, 2014 at 2:10 PM Comments comments (0)

Its here! finally! and in spanish! you can get your copy directly from the owner at:


Where to buy?

For Spanish Version : 

Migjimenez.com  $10.81

For English Version you can get your copy at :

MICHToy.com  $11.89

The Weathering Magazine #5 : MUD

Posted by pedro.negron on July 19, 2013 at 1:35 PM Comments comments (0)


The latest issue of The Weathering Magazine its here!



The Weathering Magazine" arrives as a specialized publication designed for modelers of all skill levels and subjects. Each issue delivers to you, the most advanced weathering techniques and the related products used to achieve incredible results. Each issue will address in depth a specific topic to help us focus throughout the weathering process. In "The Weathering Magazine", talented modellers from around the world will demonstrate and teach us the best and most advanced techniques to achieve the most realistic look for our models. An original idea by Mig Jimenez.

Where to buy?

http://www.theweatheringmagazine.com/mud.html

www.michtoys.com


online version

http://www.pocketmags.com/viewmagazine.aspx?titleid=1453&title=The+Weathering+Magazine


 


Model Art Modeling Magazine, num.870, June 2013

Posted by pedro.negron on June 7, 2013 at 8:45 AM Comments comments (0)



REVIEW REPOSTED FROM IPMSUSA.ORG (ALL RIGHTS BELONGS TO IPMSUSA).


Reviewed by:  Mike Van Schoonhoven, IPMS# 41627

Company: Model Art ISBN #: 4910087330630 Other Publication Information: Monthly publication. Japanese text (with some English subtitles), 160 pages in color and black and white photos Price: $11.65 Product / Stock #: 870



Model Art Modeling Magazine is a Japanese publication that is released monthly. The text is mainly in Japanese with some English subtitles throughout.  The magazines’ striking feature is the high quality of the photographs showing the models used.

This issue has two feature articles instead of just one, as normal. The first article covers the Pz.Kpfw. IV. They use models of an Ausf. D by Tamiya, Ausf. F2(G) by Dragon, Ausf. H early by Tamiya, and an Ausf. J late production. These are all 1/35th scale. Within the article, they go over how to improve these models, along with a breakdown of German gray between three different paint manufacturers (Mr. Color, Tamiya enamels, and Vallejo). The last part of the article consists of photos of a Pz. IV Ausf. J. in a museum, along with line drawings of some of the differences between versions.

The second feature article covers the Pz.Kpfw. VI, or better known as the Tige". As with the first article, they use several models. The models used are King Tiger by Academy, Tiger I early production by Cyber Hobby, Tiger I early production by Zveda, and a Porsche Tiger from the "Girls und Panzer" series. Again, these are all 1/35th scale. They go through tips on how to improve these models. One note about the "Girls und Panzer" model – I know that it seems a little creepy, but it is huge in Japan where there are more female modelers than here in the States. It is just a way that they use to keep the interest in model building going from generation to generation.

Next up is a continuing series in this magazine, Modeling JASDF. Last month, they finished building a T-28. This month they start covering the F-15D. They use several black and white photos and color photos of the actual aircraft along with a multi-sided color drawing.

Next, they move into the new kit review. This month they review the Airfix 1/350th Type 45 Destroyer, Revell 1/32nd Westland Sea Lynx Mk.88A, Wingnut Wings 1/32nd Fokker D.VII (Fok), Fujimi 1/24th MB SLS AMG GT3 Petronas Syntium, and the Sword 1/72nd Aichi B7A2 Ryusei Kai (Grace).

The last article is a reoccurring feature that is included in every issue, the Neo Historic Garage. This month's feature model is the Aoshima 1/24th Nissan Skyline GTS-t Type M HCR32 '89.

The rest of the issue consists of new kit, accessories, and decal announcements. There are also many hobby shop ads, but they are all in Japan.

Even though the majority of the print is in Japanese, I still find this magazine a wealth of modeling information due to the great photography.

I would like to thank Model Art and IPMS/USA for the opportunity to review this product.