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Modelling 01 Modelling the Harrier I and II. Paperback
Modelling the Harrier I and II. Osprey Modelling 1
by Glenn Ashley. Consultan editor Robert Oehler
2003. This title covers modelling the Harrier across a variety of scales, from the early version P.1127 through to later models. Advice on weathering, superdetailing, conversions and display bases combines with a wealth of recommended reference sources to create this packed and informative guide to modelling the Harrier.
Modelling 02 Modelling the Messerschmitt Bf 110. Paperback
Modelling the Messerschmitt Bf 110. Osprey Modelling 2
by Brett Green. Consultan editor Robert Oehler
Paperback; September 2003; 80 pages. Damaged copy, reduced price
Modelling 03 Modelling the F-4 Phantom II. Paperback
Modelling the F-4 Phantom II.
Osprey Modelling 3
by Geoff Coughlin & Neil Ashby
There are few guides currently available to the F-4 modeller: this book seeks to redress the imbalance, providing an in-depth and step-by-step approach to modelling this plane across a variety of scales, types, and national schemes.
Modelling 05 Modelling the Matilda Infantry Tank. Paperback
Modelling the Matilda Infantry Tank. Paperback. Osprey Modelling 5
This title shows a number of different ways to model this popular tank in 1/35 scale, covering construction, painting and weathering the vehicle.
Modelling 07 Modelling the De Havilland Mosquito
Modelling the De Havilland Mosquito. Osprey Modelling 7
Author: Roy Sutherland
80 pages. 2005. First entering service in 1941 the legendary 'all-wooden' Mosquito was one of the best twin-engined aircraft of its size to see action in World War II. The addition of radar turned the Mosquito into the RAF's premier night fighter, and it achieved great success in the defence of Britain, with some 600 raiders and 600 V1 rockets falling to its guns between 1942 and 1945.
Modelling 16 Modelling the F/A-18 Hornet. Paperback
Modelling the F/A-18 Hornet. Osprey Modelling 16
by Geoff Coughlin
Modelling 26 Modelling the Early Panzerkampfwagen IV.
Modelling the Early Panzerkampfwagen IV. Osprey Modelling 26
Author: Tom Cockle
2005; 80 pages. This book takes on a series of increasingly complex construction projects covering all the major Panzer IV types, including the rare multi-turreted Neubau-Panzerkampfwagen IV.
Modelling 27 Modelling the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A, F and G.
Modelling the Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A, F and G. Osprey Modelling 27
Author: Geoff Coughlin
2006; 80 pages. This book, the first of two to cover the Fw190, provides a detailed, step-by-step guide to modelling the Fw 190's A, F and G variants in 1/72, 1/48, and 1/32 scale. Key aspects such as creating mottled camouflage patterns, undercarriage and cockpit detailing, final weathering and finishing, and diorama bases to display your models are covered.
Modelling 28 Modelling the Tiger Tank in 1/72 Scale
Modelling the Tiger Tank in 1/72nd Scale. Osprey Modelling 28
Author: Alex Clark
2006; 80 pages. This book covers a wide range of vehicles based on the chassis of the Tiger I and II tanks in 1/72nd scale. It provides a detailed guide to modelling the basic tank versions as well as the Sturmmörser Sturmtiger (Tiger I variant), Jagdtiger (Tiger II variant) and the Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Elefant tank destroyer. A variety of camouflage schemes are described in depth, and the text covers photoetched parts, resin aftermarket sets, scratchbuilding, and the use of figures and groundwork.
Modelling 29 Modelling the Challenger 1 and 2 MBT and Variants
Modelling the Challenger 1 and 2 MBT and Variants. Osprey Modelling 29
Authors: Graeme Davidson, Pat Johnston
2006; 80 pages. This book covers a wide range of these variants, with each chapter presenting a different build using colour photos to illustrate scratch-building, painting and weathering techniques across a variety of skill levels.
Modelling 39 Modelling the F4F Wildcat
Modelling the F4F Wildcat. Osprey Modelling 39
Author: Mark Glidden
2007; 80 pages. The F4F Wildcat was an aircraft of the type of which legends are made. Without the handling performance that made the Japanese Zero so famous, it was well regarded for its ruggedness and firepower and, in the hands of a skilled pilot who understood both its strengths and weaknesses, it was capable of holding its own against the best that its opponents had to offer. This book details projects that encompass four variants of the F4 Wildcat.