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The 19th issue of The Weathering Aircraft is available now! This time we are focusing on the techniques and products necessary to imitate wood surfaces on your aircraft. Quite often, the inherent difficulties associated with these finishes deter modellers from attempting to paint them. Knowledge of the amazing techniques demonstrated will be essential to apply a realistic wood finish to your models. In this issue, a host of exceptional modelers will show you how to simulate wooden surfaces and obtain results that look exactly like the real thing. Now you can easily learn how to use the correct materials required for each technique, including how to use Oilbrushers, decals, stencils, and we will even show you how to make your own tools.




the weathering magazine issue 19


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As you have come to expect from TWA, we have gathered teaching tools and inspiration from some of the best modellers around. Our focus is on showing you exquisitely built and painted models along with a simple step-by-step article so that you can reproduce the effects shown, all accompanied by clear text and high-quality photographs. All in all, this is an extremely comprehensive issue, providing you with the opportunity to learn how to recreate these strikingly unique and ever-popular aircraft with an extremely realistic natural or stained wood finish.


The 19th issue of The Weathering Aircraft is available now! This time we are focusing on the techniques and products necessary to imitate wood surfaces on your aircraft. Quite often, the inherent difficulties associated with these finishes deter modellers from attempting to paint them. Knowledge of the amazing techniques demonstrated will be essential to applying a realistic wood finish to your models. In this issue, a host of exceptional modelers will show you how to simulate wooden surfaces and obtain results that looks exactly like the real thing. Now you can easily learn how to use the correct materials required for each technique, including how to use Oilbrushers, decals, stencils, and we will even show you how to make your own tools.


As you have come to expect from TWA, we have gathered teaching tools and inspiration from some of best modellers around. Our focus is on showing you exquisitely built and painted models along with a simple step-by-step article so that you can reproduce the effects shown, all accompanied by clear text and high-quality photographs. All in all, this is an extremely comprehensive issue, providing you with the opportunity to learn how to recreate these strikingly unique and ever popular aircraft with an extremely realistic natural or stained wood finish.


This unique range of Oilbrusher painting and weathering sets offers the convenience and accuracy that you expect from AMMO by Mig Jimenez. Each set contains the correct 3 tones for each task, making...


SOLUTION BOOK - How to paint brick buildings is a complete 70-page guide that explains step by step how to paint and how to apply the different weathering effects to the main elements shared by most...


The only magazine in the world devoted exclusively to weathering effects and paint in general for all kinds of modeling. This issue is dedicated to destroyed, abandoned, and sunken vehicles. The best...


The Weathering Magazine is the only publication completely focused on the most enjoyable and effective painting and weathering techniques for finishing scale models and figures. Our contributors will...


In ieder magazine wordt door de beste modelbouwers van de wereld aandacht besteed aan één specifiek thema en komen veel verschillende toepassingsmethoden aan bod voor tanks, vrachtwagens, helikopters, vliegtuigen, vaartuigen, gebouwen, robots, figuren en diverse andere objecten.


The fifteenth issue of The Weathering Aircraft is available now This time the focus is on those stains created by traces of oil, dirt, and the combination of both. Mastery of several techniques will be essential to accurately replicating the ways that these elements common to all aircraft tend to accumulate, streak, and discolor the surfaces of each in unique ways as seen in references.


This issue guides the modeler through various methods used to apply dirt and fluid staining using specific effects, versatile Oilbrusher applications, and pencils among other techniques and materials utilized to produce stunning results. Of course the reader is shown how and when to use the most effective methods and materials in order to achieve staining of different sizes, various fluids, soils, discoloration, and layered effects based on the specific weathering effects accurate for each subject. In this issue we have gathered teaching tools and inspiration from some of best modelers around. These contributors will illustrate how to handle a wide range of products to create the most realistic and eye-catching finishes with ease.


The latest issue of your favourite magazine is a real treat for fans of extreme weathering with a focus on abandoned vehicles, aircraft, and Mecha. This wildly popular subject provides the opportunity to showcase multiple weathering effects accumulated in different conditions and varied environments over long periods of time. Abandoned machinery is a great canvas for learning and practicing to expand your knowledge of weathering effects and techniques including rust, chipping paint, and streaking effects.


The latest issue of your favorite magazine focuses on urban subjects; the miniature representation of combat that took place in an urban setting and are still taking place in populated areas around the world an essential part of scale modeling. In this issue, you will fins a wide variety of subjects ranging from science-fiction - represented by the Blockbuster spaceship from the Hexagear universe and a Mecha from Bandai in the article New in Town. Military vehicles tame the complex subject with Alex Clark's extraordinary building and painting guide on his 1/72 British Chieftain in the Berlin Brigade urban camp scheme, and two dioramas with vehicles and figures; No Escape, set in the current Syrian conflict, and Crossing the Line, a late WWII scene. Aircraft grace the urban landscape with a MIG-15 used as a monument in a park somewhere in Eastern Europe. Scale scenes of Urban combat often focus on the figures, with vehicles and buildings acting as a background. The human element jumps from the page with the diorama The Hive, set in the Vietnam War. No matter the topic of your urban model, this new issue of The Weathering Magazine is sure to leave you inspired and prepared to enjoy bringing your projects to life.


The AMMO by Mig Jimenez series of The Weathering Magazine issues address all modeling genres and focus on painting and weathering techniques for scale models and figures centered on their products. Including great photos accompanied by thorough step-by-step processes in each article, they give builders of any skill level the chance to recreate these effects and build their skills in doing so. Each issue focuses on a specific theme and this time around we look at the effects of fire and explosive forces on the pieces.


"Abrams in Ashes" by Ricardo Rivas features a damaged Desert Storm era M1A1 Abrams tank from Rye Field Models. Ricardo modified the road wheels by sanding off the rubber parts of the kit wheels and misshaping them. Most of the major effects illustrated are due to excellent paint techniques showing the burn damage. Once again, there is a SBS of the base and accessories and weathering effects to seal the deal.


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