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Damaged

Damaged

Here are just a few stories from the highly anticipated Winter Issue: Juan Manuel Villegas makes a “Star Wars™” Snowspeeder look like a weathered movie replica. Gabriele Leni scratchbuilds a steampunk locomotive, including a diorama and figures. Tomek Rojek creates a post-Chernobyl abandoned amusement park replete with photographers and vegetation. Learn creative weathering techniques from Europe's finest. Damaged will be published quarterly as a special issue from FineScale Modeler. Keep an eye out for future issues!

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Kalmbach Publishing Co. - Magazines
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previously on 24...

Four years ago, CTU agent Jack Bauer became a fugitive from justice. Soon, he will risk his life and freedom to avert yet another global disaster and LIVE ANOTHER DAY.Jack spent the intervening years in exile, and now we reveal what happened during his time in the European UNDERGROUND... ■…

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modeling is fun

Sure, there is a serious side to the subject matter — especially the history of the combat aircraft and armor that dominate the hobby — but we all enjoy the process of building. Sometimes the subject matter can be fun, fantastic, and even zany.That is what’s great about the magazine you hold in your hands. With bright layouts and big pictures, Damaged celebrates the “rest of modeling.” While you’ll find popular genres like sci-fi in the mix, many of the subjects are things you might find categorized as “miscellaneous” or “other” at model contests. This issue includes civil aircraft, construction equipment, a steampunk train, and, believe it or not, a whimsical Chernobyl diorama. Uniting all of these disparate ideas, whether it’s a kit built straight from the box or a…

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modeling is fun

Sure, there is a serious side to the subject matter — especially the history of the combat aircraft and armor that dominate the hobby — but we all enjoy the process of building. Sometimes the subject matter can be fun, fantastic, and even zany.That is what’s great about the magazine you hold in your hands. With bright layouts and big pictures, Damaged celebrates the “rest of modeling.” While you’ll find popular genres like sci-fi in the mix, many of the subjects are things you might find categorized as “miscellaneous” or “other” at model contests. This issue includes civil aircraft, construction equipment, a steampunk train, and, believe it or not, a whimsical Chernobyl diorama. Uniting all of these disparate ideas, whether it’s a kit built straight from the box or a…

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toyota geneo 20

The 1/32 scale Aoshima Toyota Geneo electric lift truck is one of those models that a modeler looks forward to building from the first time they set eyes on it, whether in the hobby shop or in photos on the internet. Luckily, I was able to get my hands on this gem of a kit. With its high quality and amazing realism, it is a welcome break from typical builds and is a great opportunity to practice all kinds of painting and weathering techniques. I used AK-Interactive products unless otherwise noted.Modeler: Rubén GonzálezBrand: AoshimaScale: 1/32Tools: Airbrush, tweezers, cutter, masking tapePaint products:AcrylicsEnamelsPigmentsOils1 The model’s subassemblies don’t present any problems during construction and allow for easy painting. After removing mold marks and checking fit, I was ready to begin painting.2 Painting starts…

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toyota geneo 20

The 1/32 scale Aoshima Toyota Geneo electric lift truck is one of those models that a modeler looks forward to building from the first time they set eyes on it, whether in the hobby shop or in photos on the internet. Luckily, I was able to get my hands on this gem of a kit. With its high quality and amazing realism, it is a welcome break from typical builds and is a great opportunity to practice all kinds of painting and weathering techniques. I used AK-Interactive products unless otherwise noted.Modeler: Rubén GonzálezBrand: AoshimaScale: 1/32Tools: Airbrush, tweezers, cutter, masking tapePaint products:AcrylicsEnamelsPigmentsOils1 The model’s subassemblies don’t present any problems during construction and allow for easy painting. After removing mold marks and checking fit, I was ready to begin painting.2 Painting starts…

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t-47 snowspeeder

Modeler: Juan Manuel VillegasBrand: BandaiScale: 1/48Tools: Airbrush, tweezers, cutter, drills, masking tapePaint products:Acr ylicsLacquersEnamelsPigmentsGraphiteBandai’s Snowspeeder is one in the magnificent kits from its extensive series dedicated to the Star Wars saga. Like all other kits in the series, it is designed to be assembled without glue.It includes a set of waterslide decals as well as a second set of self-adhesive markings for inexperienced builders. Being a model “for all audiences” is not at odds with the level of detail, which is very good. The kit does not include landing gear, so the model must be represented in flight. For this, the kit supplies a base and posable support.As for painting, I wanted my Snowspeeder to represent one that appears in The Empire Strikes Back. But I pushed the finish a…

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