FineScale Modeler 1987 April The art of the diorama

FineScale Modeler 1987 April The art of the diorama

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FineScale Modeler 1987 April The art of the diorama
Fine Scale Modeler April 1987
22 The art of the diorama
Part 1: Choosing a subject for a scene that tells a story RAY ANDERSON
28 RESEARCH DATA: The Ryan FR-1 Fireball and F2R Dark Shark
These composite-powered fighters eased the Navy into the jet age WARREN EBERSPACHER
34 Scratchbuilding C. S. S. Hunley in 1/24 scale
Techniques for modeling a pioneer submersible in wood and plastic DAVID MERRIMAN
42 Painting natural-metal finishes
Spray-and-buff metal paints produce realistic bare-metal aircraft models LARRY SCHRAMM
50 Modeling the Soviet KV-1E heavy tank in 1/35 scale
Adding appliquarmor to Tamiya's KV-1C produces a new version DAN TISONCIK
62 Building and detailing Starter's Porsche 956
Adding Robustelli's details makes this 1/43 scale car a winner off the track ED BARTHELMES
70 Sergeant, U. S. Marine Corps, second Nicaraguan intervention, 1926-1933

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