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Damaged Fall 2019

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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1 min.
the art of the matter

Ask 12 modelers what the hobby means to them and you’ll likely get a dozen answers. Common answers will include: “I build because I love history.” Or, as a variation: “I build the vehicles I flew or drove.” There are modelers who aim to put together a collection of models from an era or country. Or, as many do, we get a kick out of building a model for a friend or family member or veteran who has a connection to the subject. If you are like me, you love building science-fiction or fantasy. I find that building an X-wing or Batmobile gives me a visceral connection to my fandom. I’ve met people who build to relax and unwind. Or builders who use time at the bench as a form of mental…

1 min.

FOR 502 ABTEILUNG Original Idea & Concept Enrique Royo Fernando Vallejo Chief Editor George Mefsut Editor Management Enrique Royo English texts Nikolas “Nikki” Triantafillou Sales Management Eva Elizaga Graphic & Layout BMS Designs AK Interactive Article Assistant Maciej Goralczyk Kristof Pulinckx Rubén González Collaborators George Mefsut Daniel Zamarbide Suarez Barlas Pehlivan Kostas “Apethantos” Synodinos Nikolas “Nikki” Triantafillou Volkan Ayhan Gabriele Leni Michal Traj Raphael Truffi Bortholuzzi www.abteilung502.com www.ak-interactive.com FOR KALMBACH MEDIA CO. Editor Aaron Skinner askinner@kalmbach.com Art Scott Krall Copy Editor Timothy E. Kidwell Advertising Michael Wieloch 262-798-6630 mwieloch@kalmbach.com…

4 min.
flying bus

Dolmuş (pronounced dolmush) — small, privately owned public buses which traverses certain routes — are a tradition in Turkey. Anyone who lives in Istanbul, a city famous for its traffic jams, has taken a dolmuş to work. In fact, residents of Istanbul know that these public buses have permanent, traditional routes that rarely change through the year. With time, passengers often get to know each other and even the drivers. These vehicles have created a special local culture with its own slang, clichés, and stories. There are even some Turkish cult comedy movies based on dolmuş. I have always been obsessed with the idea of building a model of a futuristic flying machine, but I never had the opportunity to make one. Not only has my modeling time been dedicated to tanks,…