Filters are designed to achieve a subtle tonal variation for especially vehicles in monotone camouflage colors. Shake and apply directly from the bottle with a moist flat brush. This filter allows us to change subtly the base tone of our vehicles in grey or panzer grey making it more accurate and authentic color. At the same time, the filter adds depth and richness to our vehicle, preparing it for the next paint steps.
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This annex 1.3 complement the book series of Dioramas FAQ and explores every aspect of diorama design and planning. What makes a good story and how can you get it across with models? Where can you find a good idea and how can you develop that idea into a successful project? How can you compose a diorama so that it tells its story best and looks good at the same time? How can you use colors, figures, accessories, scenery and bases effectively in your composition? How do you turn a historical photograph into a three dimensional scene? How do you plan a box diorama? This seemingly theoretical subject is treated in the most practical way, making it accessible and useful for every modeler. All topics are clearly explained with concrete examples, drawings, photographs and step-bysteps. 528 illustrations contain over 300 AFV, aircraft, ship, car, SF and figure models and dioramas by Van Gills, one of the world’s best modelers ever.
English. 228 pages. Hard Cover. Limited Edition. This publication is an updated and extended edition of our book Real Colors of WWII released in 2017. It describes the camouflage development and colors of the German, Soviet, US and British army vehicles during WWII. The team of authors has been expanded: renowned German researcher Johannes Denecke is responsible for the revision of the German chapter. The Soviet and British chapters have also been updated by Przemyslaw Skulski and Mike Starmer, respectively. Real Colors of WWII Armor has a total of 228 pages and is profusely illustrated with 244 archive photos (inc. 54 in original color), 50 modern photographs of preserved artifacts, numerous color chips, several reproductions of original color samples, camouflage drawings and other documents, and 43 colour profiles of which more than half has been specially commissioned for this edition. This is the new definitive guide on the WWII AFV colors for the modellers, wargamers and armchair historians.