This book will prove a valuable addition to the bookshelf of any modeller whose aim is greater satisfaction in his work and character in his creations. Illustrated in colours and black & white.
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||Used very good (top right corner slightly folded)
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||Almark Publishing Co. Ltd.
The construction of plastic scale model aircraft is a hobby enjoyed by literally thousands of people and yet few ever achieve a standard of detail and finish comparable to that displayed by the full size machine.
Like most modelling techniques the correct finishing of a plastic kit requires a certain amount of skill and patience but it is a skill which is within the reach of anyone once a presentation of the basic ideas has sparked off the imagination and enthusiasm of the builder.
The author explains in general terms the method of approach and degree of detail which may be built into any model aircraft kit. He does this in the order which one would employ in assembly and gives many useful hints which will help the modeller avoid unnecessary effort and expenditure. In all cases the materials used are those easily available to the enthusiast and all the steps covered require no skills which would not normally be developed in simply putting together an undetailed kit
This book will prove a valuable addition to the bookshelf of any modeller whose aim is greater satisfaction in his work and character in his creations.