FineScale Modeler 1987 December Realistic light lenses for models

FineScale Modeler 1987 December Realistic light lenses for models

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FineScale Modeler 1987 December Realistic light lenses for models
Fine Scale Modeler December 1987
24 FSM SHOWCASE: "John's Garage" by John Mackiewicz
A 1/25 scale diorama that's part of its own subject matter!
26 Photographing 1/700 scale waterline ship dioramas
Use these simple techniques to add realism in your photos CRAIG SCOGIN
32 Basic soldering techniques
A useful method for joining parts where strength is important PAUL BUDZIK
36 Sprucing up a simple vacuum-formed aircraft model
Techniques to improve Airmodel's 1/72 scale XFV-1 Pogo H. SCOTT EDWARDS
U. S. Navy F-16N Adversary DANA BELL
44 Superdetailing Otaki's 1/48 scale P-40E
Modeling Robert Scott's aircraft of "The Flying Tigers-ROBERT STEINBRUNN
53 Realistic light lenses for models
Improve your headlights, landing lights, spotlights, taillights ... JIM STEEL
62 The art of the diorama
Part 5: Outer case design, construction, and finishing RAY ANDERSON
73 Robert E. Lee, General, Confederate States of America, 1863

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