The latest issue of your favorite magazine focuses on the color “Grey”; a color present in projects of all genres including military vehicles, aircraft, figures and science fiction. Inside its pages you will discover a wide range of painting and weathering techniques for different grey schemes across all genres, including the iconic Dunkelgrau of Early WWII vehicles as shown on a Takom Panzer I by Sergiusz Pęczek. The techniques used to create visual interest and contrast to the different grey tones used on post WW2 and modern aircraft using a O-2A Skymaster by Javier López de Anca.
Javier also demonstrates how Sci-Fi models can take inspiration from real world schemes with a US Navy inspired Kotobukiya Blockbuster BF Ver. Jorge Porto details the painting and weathering of a bunker diorama, adding lifelike effects and contrasting weathering. Our guest Łukasz Kapelski demonstrates painting an iconic WWII grey: German Uniform Feldgrau. Finally, Mig Jiménez dives deep into weathering the Das Werk 1/72 U12 U-Boat. No matter the topic of your grey models, this new issue of The Weathering Magazine is sure to leave you inspired, with new ideas and methods to bring your projects to life!
The Weathering Magazine explains all featured painting and weathering techniques with detailed "step-by-step" articles, each showing you how to perform each technique as illustrated through high-quality images and concise descriptions from some of the world's best modellers. This eagerly awaited new issue of TWM is sure to be a collector's favorite, each page filled with useful techniques and every article a learning resource full of inspiration for all genres and levels of modeller.
|Title:||The Weathering Magazine Issue 35 - Grey|
|Author/s:||Mig Jimenez, Javier López de Anca, Jorge Porto, Sergiusz Pęczek, Łukasz Kapelski|
|Publisher:||AMMO by Mig Jiménez|
|Subject:||Painting and weathering techniques|
|Collection||The Weathering Magazine|
|No. of pages & Description:||Softcover, 72 pages with high-quality full-colour photos|
|ISBN:||ISSN 2603-8420 / EAN: 8432074045342|