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by Richard Windrow

Displaying your model (Osprey Modelling) download ebook
ISBN:
1846034167
ISBN13:
978-1846034169
Author:
Richard Windrow
Publisher:
Osprey Publishing; First Edition edition (November 17, 2009)
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80 pages
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1431 kb
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This book covers all the various methods and techniques for model display. Richard Windrow, born in 1938, has pursued military hobbies, including modeling, since childhood

This book covers all the various methods and techniques for model display. Entry level modelers as well as more experienced modelers alike will learn methods and techniques from the experts. A series of dioramas and vignettes from masters around the world are used to illustrate the different modeling display methods. This book is well written and is an excellent reference book for the modeler. Richard Windrow, born in 1938, has pursued military hobbies, including modeling, since childhood. He served in the 1st Bn. Queen Royal Regiment from 1957 to 1959, before becoming an amateur rally driver.

In a book crammed with pictures of beautiful models on display, from World War II tanks to modern-day rally cars, Richard Windrow instructs novice and expert modelers alike on how to take a simple model and display it as . .

In a book crammed with pictures of beautiful models on display, from World War II tanks to modern-day rally cars, Richard Windrow instructs novice and expert modelers alike on how to take a simple model and display it as a work of art. Year: 2009. Publisher: Osprey Publishing.

Displaying your model. Osprey Modelling 44. Author: Richard Windrow

Displaying your model. Author: Richard Windrow. Short code: MOD 44. Publication Date: 10 Nov 2009. Number of Pages: 80. Users in the USA and Canada please select your location at the top of this page to see prices in your currency. In a book crammed with pictures of beautiful models on display, from World War II tanks to modern-day rally cars, it instructs both novice and expert modellers alike on how to take a simple model and display it as a work of art. Biographical Note. Richard Windrow, born in 1938, has pursued military hobbies, including modelling, since childhood.

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Displaying your model - Richard Windrow. When talking about dioramas I’m assuming, for the purposes of this book, that the model subject itself has been finished and is now being set up for display. USA. Approaches and choices. In most cases, of course, a diorama is not just a base on which to display a model (though naturally there is no reason why diorama techniques cannot be used simply for this primary purpose). But dioramas, perhaps more than any other type of modelling display, represent a frozen moment in time that enables the modeller to tell a story visually – to set a small piece of the real world in miniature.

Even after the paint dries, there is still one important decision left to the modeler: how to display the finished work? In this new instructional guide, expert modeler Richard Windrow covers all the common and many less common display techniques including dioramas, simple display cases, mirror stands, domes for individual figures, deep 'picture frame' boxes, and even light boxes. This is backed by a survey of the various reference books, materials, tools and paints that can help enhance a model display. In a book crammed with pictures of beautiful models on display, from World War II tanks to modern-day rally cars, Richard Windrow instructs novice and expert modelers alike on how to take a simple model and display it as a work of art.
Reviews:
  • Rude
I love building plastic modle kits. Even though I am 10 I still love building. This book helped me display my modle kits with peek efficiency. I give this book a 10/10 rating! :)
  • Forey
Great ideas and tips. A must for modelers
  • Vikus
A very nice brochure
  • Undeyn
I really liked the idea of this book, but ,maybe too much. I could have been happy with 400,000 pages and just as many photos! It was fun but a little short. Here's hoping for additional volumes!!