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DamagedDamaged

Damaged Damaged

Here are just a few stories from the highly anticipated Fall Issue: • Volvo F12 - All kinds of weathering are key to modeling a rig that's seen better days. • Dozer CHTZ-T-130 - How to build, paint and weather an all-paper 1/32 scale bulldozer. • Flag of Our Maks - Build a 1/20 scale Maschienen Krieger diorama inspired by a famous World War II photo. • Batmobile - Learn how to add interior detail and dramatic pre-shading to finish the Dark Knight's Tumbler. • And much more! Whether you’re modeling a WWII tank or a vintage car, you’ll find loads of modeling inspiration and techniques from international experts including Volkan Ayhan, Truffi Bortholuzzi, and Barlas Pehlivan. Damaged will be published quarterly as a special issue from FineScale Modeler. Keep an eye out for future issues!

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United States
Idioma:
English
Editor:
Kalmbach Publishing Co. - Magazines
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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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