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Imperial Armour Model Masterclass Volume One
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Followed by Imperial Armour Model Masterclass Volume Two

Description[1]

Model Masterclass Volume One deals with advanced techniques for modelling and painting your Forge World and Games Workshop models, including a guide to working with resin. Written by two of Forge World's studio team – Phil Stutcinskas, winner of many model competitions including the prestigious Euro Militaire 2006 Best of Show, and multi-Golden Daemon award winner Mark Bedford – the book is a 128-page full colour softback, lavishly illustrated with high quality photos, featuring numerous advanced modelling and painting techniques for making your Warhammer 40,000 models truly something special.

Whether you are building and painting a centrepiece model for your army or constructing a detailed diorama for display, this book is packed with innovative techniques for construction and painting to help you create stunning models. All the techniques are demonstrated, in step by step detail in extensive construction and painting sections that range from painting tanks to constructing a diorama, to building wargames scenery and terrain.

Contains:

  • An overview of the tools and equipment used in this book.
  • Advanced painting and modelling techniques outlined below:
  • Cleaning up resin kits
  • Battle damage
  • Weathering
  • Airbrushing
  • Painting vehicle camouflage
  • Using Brass Etch
  • Creating dioramas

Miniatures shown in step by step guides:

  • Renegade Medusa
  • Cadian Stormsword
  • Krieg Macharius

Dioramas shown in step by step guides:

  • 'D-Battery' 45th Artillery Company
  • Typha IV Imperial airbase
  • Siege of Vraks 'Sector 577-449' terrain boards

Miniatures shown in gallery:

  • Krieg Macharius Vanquisher
  • Marauder Destroyer
  • Marauder Bomber
  • Valkyrie
  • Thunderbolt
  • Tau Barracuda
  • Tau Tiger Shark AX-1-0

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