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Mr Black-Scale model handbook vol 25-

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Figure Modelling 25 - FULL FIGURES ONLY You are holding the 25th issue of “Figure Modelling” in Mr Black Publications’ Scale Model Handbook series. This is actually the 38th book we’ve published so far, of which 25 of our titles have covered figure modelling; three are about modelling dioramas; four are the popular “Modelling the Second World War” specials; a further six are in our new “Theme Collection Special Edition Series”. This time our figure modelling book includes seven articles from seven well-known artists, who offer lots of tips and techniques about modelling miniature figures, busts and vignettes from ancient times to the Second World War, and onto the present day with 13-pages about the Multicam Camouflage on a 120mm figure. Five of the articles cover the subjects in detail, illustrated with step-by-step photos and explanatory texts. Sergey Popovichenko returns with an eight-page, step-by-step feature on a Greek Hoplite at the Battle of Marathon 490 BC. He shows in detail how to paint realistic flesh, metals, fabrics and the Hoplite’s shield using acrylics and oils. Next is a four-page article by Louis D’ Orio featuring the painting of a large-scale 200mm Templar standard-bearer figure using oil colours. Ernesto Reyes Stalhuth offers a Drummer of Grenadiers, 67th Line Regiment Vienna, 1809 explaining over six pages his painting method for a colourful 75mm Napoleonic period figure using acrylics. A six-page article by Toshihiro Sano follows, presenting a Russian Razvedchiki with his Waffen SS tank crew prisoner of war 1944-45. Toshihiro explains how Tamiya enamels were used to paint this World War Two vignette featuring camouflaged uniforms. The Soviet coveralls are the “Ameba” pattern, whereas the German tunic and trousers have the M44 “Dot Pattern” camouflage for tank crews. Eduardo Fernández Rodríguez presents “A Present for Hitler!” where in over five-pages he explains in a step-by-step article how to finish a World War Two vignette in less than 25 hours for an urgent Box Art cover! Learn how to paint African-American soldiers in 1:35 scale inspired by a real wartime photo. Our regular contributor Stelios Neofytidis offers a four-page article on producing a two-figure vignette, Italian Front 1943-44. He explains how to create and paint a vignette using commercial resin figures on a scenic base. He decided to give a different appearance to the well-known Alpine Miniatures’ figures set (35165 Kurt Meyer and Officer), which depicts a pair of Waffen SS officers using the Alpine Miniatures’ heads provided in the set. We welcome a new artist Huy Nguyen from Vietnam to Mr Black Publications editions with an amazing painting work of Multicam Camouflage on a 120mm figure using acrylic, oil and lacquer colours. This painting was done before the artist knew our intention to publish it, so we present only large, high-resolution pictures of the finished figure. However, we decided to add the painted chips of the mixes he used and a step-by-step painted pattern with the numbers of each colour he added during the painting process. This covers 13 pages! As always, thanks must go to all our contributors for their support and for sharing their secrets with us. Special thanks are due to Pietro Balloni, Luca Marchetti, Alex Vallejo, Darren Parker-Mead, Man Jin Kim, Alexey Lucanev, Fernando Vallejo, Taesung Harmms, Andrew Cairns, Young B. Song, Dae-Hyeong Kim, Ju Won Jung, Paul Ondeck, Yannis Papadopoulos and last, but not least… Our English Text Editor Ken Jones. We hope you enjoy our latest edition! Stelios Demiras Editor/Publisher CONTENTS 4 A Greek Hoplite at the Battle of Marathon 490 BC - Painting Realistic Flesh, Metals, Fabrics and the Shield using Acrylics and Oils – 75mm (1/24) 12 Templar Standard Bearer - Painting a Large Scale Figure Using Oil Colours – 200mm (1/9) 16 Drummer of Greadiers, 67th Line Refiment Vienna, 1809 - Painitng a Colourful 75mm Napoleonic Period Figure with Acrylics and Inks - 75mm (1/24) 22 Russian Razvedchiki with Waffen SS Tanker Prisoner of War 1944-45 -How Tamiya Enamels were used to Paint a WWII Vignette with Different Camouflage Uniforms – 50mm (1/35) 28 A Present for Hitler - Finishing a World War Two Vignette in Less Than 25 Hours for an Urgent Box Art Cover. This was inspired from a Real Wartime Photo On Painting African-American soldiers – 50mm (1/35) 34 Italian Front 1943-1944 - Creating and Painting a Vignette Using Commercial Resin Figures and Base – 50mm (1/35) 38 US Navy SEAL- Painting a Multicam Camouflage Pattern on a 120mm Figure with Acrylic, Oil and Lacquer Colours - 120mm (1/16)   CONTRIBUTORS LOUIS D’ORIO • STELIOS NEOFYTIDIS • HUY NGUYEN • SERGEY POPOVICHENKO • EDUARDO FERNANDEZ RODRIGUEZ • TOSHIHIRO SANO • ERNESTO REYES STALHUTH A4 FORMAT 52 PAGES BINDING MATT LAMINATED COVER

Mr Black – Book – Figure modelling volume 24 – EN

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Figure Modelling 24 You are holding the 24th issue of “Figure Modelling” in Mr Black Publications’ Scale Model Handbook series. This is actually the 32nd book we’ve published so far, with 24 of our titles covering figure modelling; two on modelling dioramas, three are our popular “Modelling the Second World War” specials and a further three in our new “Theme Collection Special Edition Series”. This time our Figure Modelling book includes 10 articles from seven well-known artists, who offer lots of tips and techniques about modelling miniature figures, busts, and vignettes from ancient times to the Second World War. Chosen subjects are covered in detail and illustrated with step-by-step photos and explanatory texts. Sergey Popovichenko returns with a six-page, step-by-step Evocatus article. He shows in detail the painting of a veteran Roman soldier using AK-Interactive and Vallejo acrylics. Ernesto Reyes Stalhuth returns, this time with a Roman Legionary bust of the 1st century AD explaining over six pages his non-metallic painting method for large-scale miniatures. Next is two-page article featuring a Templar Sergeant, After the Battle, c.1250, a classic historical bust, painted by Zacharias Andriopoulos who explains how to paint a medieval Knight Templar bust using acrylic paints and Vallejo Metal Color. Zacharias also presents another two-page article of a fantasy bust, The Old Dragon using acrylics and printers’ inks. A four-page article follows by Qianwei Shi presenting the Ambiorix, Chief of Eubones explaining how he gets special metal effects on miniature figures without using metallic paints. Christos Katselos is a regular contributor and returns with three articles covering a total of eight pages in the book. The first is fantasy - Amaryne, the border protector where Christos explains how to paint a large-scale female bust using a wet palette of acrylics paints over four pages. The second two-page article is “Sea Wolf”, a WWII German U-Boat Commander bust where he uses acrylics. The final two-page article is “War Daddy”, a WWII US Tank Commander. This figure is based on the movie character played by Brad Pitt and has been painted using acrylics. David Hernanz Caldevilla is up next with a six-page article featuring the classic figure of a German Stormtrooper 1918 where he shows how to create an eye-catching First World War figure with scenic groundwork using commercial items allied to some scratch building techniques. “German Fallschirmjäger with MG42, Russia 1943” by Toshihiro Sano closes Figure Modelling 24. Toshihiro presents us with a 12-page step-by-step article revealing all his secrets on painting a large-scale full figure in winter uniform using Tamiya enamels. As always, thanks must go to all our contributors for their support and for sharing their secrets with us. Special thanks are due to Pietro Balloni, Luca Marchetti, Alex Vallejo, Darren Parker-Mead, Man Jin Kim, Alexey Lucanev, Fernando Vallejo, Taesung Harmms, Andrew Cairns, Young B. Song, Dae-Hyeong Kim, Ju Won Jung, Paul Ondeck, Yannis Papadopoulos and last, but not least our English Text Editor Ken Jones. We hope you enjoy our latest edition! Stelios Demiras Editor/Publisher CONTENTS 4 Evocatus, Bellum Marcomannicum c. AD 170 - Painting a Veteran Roman Soldier with AK-Interactive and Vallejo Model Color Acrylics – 54mm (1/32) 10 Roman Legionary 1st century AD - Painting Non-Metallic Metal on a Large Scale Bust – 180mm (1/10) 16 Templar Sergeant, After the Battle c.1250 - Painting a Large Scale Bust Using Acrylics and Vallejo Metal Airbrush Colours – 180mm (1/10) 18 Ambiorix, Chief of Eubones - How to Get Metal Effects on your Miniature Figures without Using Metallic Paints – 75mm (1/24) 22 Amaryne - The Border Protector - Painting a Female Fantasy Large Scale Bust using Acrylics Paints and Wet Palette – 180mm (1/10) 26 The Old Dragon - Painting a Large Scale Fantasy Bust Using Acrylics and Printers’ Inks – 200mm (1/9) 28 Sea Wolf - WWII German U-boat Commander - Painting a WWII German Naval Officer Using Acrylics – 180mm (1/10) 30 German Stormtrooper 1918 - Painting a 90mm Full Figure of a WWI German Stormtrooper with Acrylic Paints – 90mm (1/20) 36 War Daddy, WWII US Tank Commander - Painting a US Tank Commander based on a Movie Character with Acrylics – 120mm (1/16) 38 German Fallschirmjäger with MG42, Russia 1943 - Painting a Large Scale Full Figure in Winter Uniform Using Tamiya Enamels - 120mm (1/16) CONTRIBUTORS ZACHARIAS ANDRIOPOULOS • DAVID HERNANZ CALDEVILLA • CHRISTOS KATSELOS • SERGEY POPOVICHENKO • TOSHIHIRO SANO QIANWEI SHI • ERNESTO REYES STALHUTH

Mr Black – Book – Figure modelling volume 23 – EN

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Figure Modelling 23 Welcome to the 23rd issue of “Figure Modelling” in Mr Black Publications Scale Model Handbook series. This is actually the 28th book we've published so far, with 23 of our titles covering figure modelling, two on modelling dioramas and a further three being our popular “Modelling the Second World War” specials. Seven articles from seven well-known artists, two of them making their first appearance in our editions are featured in this issue, where you'll find lots of tips and techniques about modelling miniature figures, busts, and vignettes from ancient times to the Second World War. Chosen subjects are covered in detail and illustrated with step-by-step photos and explanatory texts. Man-Jin Kim returns with the 10-page Step by Step & Box Art “Gassed” article. He shows in detail the painting of a WWI Diorama for Box Art using acrylics and enamels. Christos Katselos is a regular contributor and returns with an awesome four-page article of the well know SS Officer Max Wünsche as appeared at the Kharkov Battle in 1943… Learn how to paint a full figure of a WWII personality in 1:16 Scale using acrylic paints. Next is an eight-page article Viking Raid by Allan Yong, a well-known artist but this is his first appearance in our editions! Alan shows how to create an Eye-Catching Historical Vignette by improving commercial pieces with some scratch building techniques. Selu Casanova comes back with the Ardennes Offensive, an impressive 12-page step-by-step article on creating an eye-catching small diorama in winter terrain combining commercial kits, figures, and materials. Next up is Zacharias Andriopoulos four-page article about a knight in the Holy Land, XII century. He explains how to paint a medieval Knight Templar using acrylics paints and Vallejo Metal Color. Stelios Neofytidis is another of our regulars and he paints a 75mm World War One British artilleryman using acrylics. Theo Georgiadis (Phantom Duck) presents a three-page feature about a Greek Freedom fighter of c.1821 where he shows how to paint an interesting historical subject from the Greek Revolution in acrylic colours. As always, thanks must go to all our contributors for their support and for sharing their secrets with us. Special thanks are due to Pietro Balloni, Luca Marchetti, Alex Vallejo, Darren Parker-Mead, Man-Jin Kim, Alexey Lucanev, Fernando Vallejo, Taesung Harmms, Andrew Cairns, Young B. Song, Dae-Hyeong Kim, Ju Won Jung, Paul Ondeck, Yannis Papadopoulos and last, but not least our English Text Editor Ken Jones. We hope you enjoy our latest edition! Stelios Demiras Editor/Publisher CONTENTS 4 Gassed! - Painting a WWI Diorama for Box Art Using Acrylics & Enamels – 54mm (1/32) 14 Max Wünsche, Kharkov 1943 - Painting a Full Figure of a WWII Personality in 1/16 Scale Using Acrylic Paints – 120mm (1/16) 18 Viking Raid - Creating an Eye-Catching Historical Vignette by Improving Commercial Pieces with Some Scratch Building Techniques – 54mm (1/32) 26 Ardennes Offensive - Creating an Eye-Catching Small Diorama in Winter Terrain Combining Commercial Kits, Figures and Material – 50mm (1/35) 38 A Knight in the Holy Land, XII Century - Painting a Medieval Knight Templar Using Acrylics Paints &Vallejo Metal Color – 75mm 42 World War One British Artilleryman - Painting a 75mm British Artilleryman Using Acrylics – 75mm (1/24) 46 Greek Freedom Fighter 1821 - Painting an Interesting Historical Theme from the Greek Revolution Using Acrylic Colours – 54mm (1/32) CONTRIBUTORS ZACHARIAS ANDRIOPOULOS • SELU CASANOVA • THEO GEORGIADIS (PHANTOM DUCK) • CHRISTOS KATSELOS • MAN JIN KIM • STELIOS NEOFYTIDIS • ALLAN YONG

Mr Black – Book – Figure modelling volume 22 – EN

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FIGURE MODELLING 22 Welcome to the 22nd issue of “Figure Modelling” in Mr. Black Publications Scale Model Handbook series. This is actually the 27th book we've published so far; with 22 of our titles covering figure modeling, two on modeling dioramas and a further three of our popular specials “Modelling the Second World War”. Ten articles from seven well-known artists and three making the first appearance in our editions, are featured in this issue, where you'll find lots of tips and techniques about modeling miniature figures, busts, and vignettes from ancient times to the Second World War. Chosen subjects are covered in detail and illustrated with step-by-step photos and explanatory texts. First up is a feature on Young Miniatures 1/10 scale bust by Ernesto Reyes Stalhuth, one of our regular contributors. The “German Waffen SS with Panzerschreck” covers six pages with a lot of full-page photographs showing in exquisite detail some impressive painting of camouflage and military gear. The second of Ernestos articles is an SS German Gebirgsjäger 1/10 scale bust, again from the Young Miniatures Military Series. His five-page article shows how to paint realistically textured surfaces using acrylics to represent materials and fabrics. After a short rest, Sergey Popovichenko returns to Mr. Black Publications with an impressive step-by-step, six-page feature on a 75mm Pegaso Models Pawnee Warrior metal figure. He explains in detail his particular oil painting technique for flesh and the use of acrylics for fabrics. Christos Katselos continues with another two of his regular contributions on painting 1/10 scale busts. The first is Young Miniatures 1/10 scale Stormtrooper 1916 covering four pages, and the second is a two-page feature on Life Miniatures 1/10 scale WWII Soviet Female Tanker. We are pleased to welcome three new contributors: Zacharias Andriopoulos, Selu Casanova, and Myouchin. Zacharias presents a small two-page article, but with excellent painting references, for Young Miniatures 1/10 scale Roman General bust. Selu is next up with four pages featuring a 1/35 scale WWII German Kampfgruppe vignette using two Mantis Miniatures figures and a Darius resin base. Myouchins sculpting article for the 14th Century Medieval Knight is, perhaps, one of the most surprising in this entire book. This is Myouchins debut in a published work and he offers some excellent photos and a descriptive text, enabling the reader to understand in detail how much effort and talent is needed to produce such a masterly sculpted bust. The article is 10 pages long with about 50 step-by-step photos showing, over the final two pages, really big photos of the box art painting of the Young Miniatures bust by Kirill Kanaev. Stelios Neofytidis strikes again with another two articles: the first is about a WWI British Soldier at Gallipoli, a Tommy's War 54mm resin figure and the second is an almost scratch-built 1/35 scale Greek Evzone of the 5/42 Regiment in 1919 using an ICM kit and a Hornet head! Thanks must go to all our contributors for their support and for sharing their secrets with us… Special thanks are due to Pietro Balloni, Luca Marchetti, Alex Vallejo, Darren Parker-Mead, Man-Jin Kim, Alexey Lucanev, Fernando Vallejo, Balazs Schuller, Taesung Harmms, Yannis Papadopoulos and as always, to Ken Jones our English Text Editor. We hope you enjoy our latest edition! Stelios Demiras Editor/Publisher CONTENTS 4 German Waffen SS with Panzerschreck - 180mm 10 Pawnee Warrior - 75mm 16 Stormtrooper, Battle of the Somme 1916 - 180mm 20 Roman General 1st Century AD - 180mm 22 In Defence of the Reich - 50mm 26 WWII Soviet Female Tanker - 180mm 28 Sculpting a 14th Century Medieval Knight - 180mm 38 Greek Evzone, 5/42 Regiment, 1919 - 50mm 41 British Soldier at Gallipoli - 54mm 44 SS Gebirgsjäger WWII - 180mm CONTRIBUTORS ZACHARIAS ANDRIOPOULOS • SELU CASANOVA • CHRISTOS KATSELOS • MYOUCHIN • STELIOS NEOFYTIDIS SERGEY POPOVICHENKO • ERNESTO REYES STALHUTH

Mr Black – Book – Figure modelling volume 21 – EN

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FIGURE MODELLING 21 This is the 21st issue of “Figure Modelling” in Mr Black Publications Scale Model Handbook series and the 26th book weve published. Twenty-one of our titles cover figure modelling, there are two on modelling dioramas and a further three are our popular “World War Two” modelling specials. Answering a popular demand, weve decided to produce the 21st edition in the Figure Modelling series by again featuring only WWI and WWII themes, two of the most popular periods for modellers. In this issue, there are nine different articles – five on WWI and four on WWII written by five well-known artists and offering lots of tips and techniques about modelling miniature figures, busts and vignettes. Each chosen subject is covered in detail and illustrated with step-by-step photos and explanatory texts. Toshihiro Sano is one of our regular contributors and he presents three articles, two on WWI and one in WWII beginning with a feature about a 120mm figure depicting UntersturmführerReifkogel at Kharkov on 1943. There are 70 photos over 10 pages that reveal exquisite details on painting, weathering, making the figures base and how to “give life” to this excellent figure sculpted by Stuart Hale for Stormtrooper Miniatures. The second is a large 1/10 scale bust depicting the famous WWI British flying Ace James McCudden VC, painted again with enamels – Tamiya enamels are the favourite medium of Toshihiro. The bust was sculpted by the well know Master Carl Reid and produced by John Fizgeralds Hawk Miniatures. This article has 16 photos over four pages. Toshihiros third six-page article depicts a dramatic WWI vignette of a German Stretcher Team with 28 photos offering the opportunity to the reader to see all the necessary painting and weathering steps. The stretcher team figures were sculpted by the well know Master Andy Cairns, owner of AC Models who produces this amazing kit. We welcome to our group of talented modellers one of the best figure model artists in the world, David Zabrocki, who presents a 54mm figure painted with enamels and oils, depicting a British Major of the Royal Field Artillery on the Somme 1916. This figure is one of the masterpieces of the famous sculptor Nino Pizzichemi and produced by Tommys War Company of Darren Parker-Mead. This has 38 photos over eight pages covering all the necessary details on Davids master painting style using enamels and oils! Christos Katselos strikes back with two impressive large-scale bust masterpieces... The first is a German 6th Army soldier at Stalingrad 1942, a Life Miniatures (of Sang-Eon Lee) 1/10 scale bust, which covers four pages. The second one has three pages and depicts a Young Miniatures 1/10 scale WWII Russian Cossack. Stelios Neofytidis, another of our regulars, presents two articles, one for each world war. The WWII article is a small vignette presenting a 1/35 scale Waffen SS Grenadier placed on a Black Dog resin base. It covers four pages with eight “in-progress” photos, the figure being sculpted by the well-known artist TaesungHarmms and produced by Alpine Miniatures. The second three-page article is a private soldier of the London Scottish Regiment at Messines 1914, a 54mm resin figure sculpted by Nino Pizzichemi and produced by the Tommys War Company of Darren Parker-Mead. The famous Ernesto Reyes Stalhuth presents an awesome and large 1/10-scale bust of a WWI German Stormtrooper in a three-page article explaining how to paint different textures on this impressive model sculpted by the well-known Master Young B Song, the owner of Young Miniatures. Thanks, must go to all our contributors for their support and for sharing their secrets with us. Special thanks are due to Pietro Balloni, Luca Marchetti, Alex Vallejo, Darren Parker-Mead, Man-Jin Kim, Alexey Lucanev, Fernando Vallejo, Balazs Schuller, TaesungHarmms, Yannis Papadopoulos and last, but not least, our English Text Editor Ken Jones. We hope you enjoy our latest edition! Stelios Demiras Editor / Publisher 4 UntersturmführerReifkogel, Kharkov 1943 - 120mm 14 James McCudden VC - 180mm 18 Major of the Royal Field Artillery on the Somme 1916 - 54mm 26 German 6th Army, Stalingrad 1942 - 180mm 30 WWI German Stretcher Team - 54mm 36 Waffen SS Grenadier - 50mm 40 Russian Cossack WWII - 180mm 43 German Stormtrooper WWI - 180mm 46 Private London Scottish at Messines 1914 - 54mm CONTRIBUTORS CHRISTOS KATSELOS • STELIOS NEOFYTIDIS • TOSHIHIRO SANO • ERNESTO REYES STALHUTH • DAVID ZABROCKI

Mr Black – Book – Figure modelling volume 20 – EN

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FIGURE MODELLING 20 Welcome to the 20th edition of “Figure Modelling” in Mr Black Publications Scale Model Handbook series. This is the 24th book weve published so far, with 20 of our titles covering figure modelling; two about modelling dioramas and the remaining two books are our popular “World War Two” modelling specials. We decided to celebrate our 20th edition in the Figure Modelling series by featuring only WWI and WWII themes, which are our two most popular periods. We have 11 different articles herein – five on WWI and six on WWII. The articles have been written by four, well-known artists with lots of tips and techniques about modelling miniature figures, busts and vignettes. Our chosen subjects are covered in detail and illustrated with step-by-step photos and explanatory texts. Sergey Popovichenko presents a large-scale bust painted with oils and acrylics, depicting a British Infantry Soldier at the Battle of the Somme in 1916. Eight pages with 58 step-by-step photos reveal exquisite details on painting, weathering and how to “add life” to this excellent resin bust sculpted by Young B. Song and produced by Young Miniatures. Mike “The Kiwi” Butler presents another eight-page masterpiece feature about creating a moment in history in miniature form, using the Fusilier figure set in 54mm. The sculpting was done by Steve “the Fusilier” Warrilow and the five-figure vignette depicts the ANZACS on Chunuk Bair during the Gallipoli Campaign in August 1915… Mike used original soil from the ground there! A three-page feature by Stelios Neofytidis depicts a 75mm German Stormtrooper sculpted by Andrew Cairns and produced in high-quality resin by AC Models. This is an excellent sculpture with a realistic pose that Stelios painting gave life to. The famous WWI flying Ace Eduard-Maria Joseph Ritter von Schleich, better known as the “Black Knight of Germany”, is the subject of a three-page article made by Mr Black Studio. The well-known American miniaturist Mike Good designed the figure and produced by the Model Cellar. There are some historical data included along with all the necessary mixing recipes for creating a natural looking leather flying coat for the figure. Stelios strikes again with an article about the WWI Canadian flying ace, Billy Bishop, another impressive figure sculpted by Mike Good and produced by the Model Cellar. This is an excellent reference for painting dark tone leathers. In a seven-page feature with lots of step-by-step photos (45) master artist Toshihiro Sano, one of our regular Japanese contributors, presents a guide to painting a 180mm Young Miniatures bust of a WWII German U-boat Commander using Tamiya enamels. Following is three-page article depicting a 1/35 scale, two-figure vignette from the first days of the German Invasion of Russia - Operation Barbarossa! This article, by Mr Black Studio, explains how to do minor conversions to commercial figure kits to produce a simple, but also unique small diorama. A winter scene based on the Ardennes campaign in 1944 uses a 1/35 scale Alpine Miniatures US Infantry Officer figure is the next subject by Toshihiro Sano. A short explanatory text, with Toshihiros necessary colour mixing recipes to make a similar vignette, should inspire you! Another winter scene of a two-figure vignette depicts a moment during the Third Battle of Kharkov. Stelios used one Alpine and a Sovereign 2000 figure changing the heads producing totally different personalities to the original kits! Read a lot of interesting tips and techniques here for creating the ideal WWII winter scene. “Somewhere in Stalingrad” is the title of yet another winter scene vignette made by Mr Black Studio. The Warriors three-figure kit is unfortunately now discontinued, but the same creation and painting techniques can be adapted for similar figures. Two figures were used after making some small alterations. We close with another WWII theme featuring Toshihiro Sanos impressive 120mm German Officer bust of the 116th Panzer Division Windhund. Originally an Alpine Miniatures kit sculpted by Mike Good, this particular bust was converted by Taesung Harmms. Awesome painting by Toshihiro using Tamiya Enamels shows why he earned two Gold Medals in October 2016 and July 2017 at the major US show held annually in Chicago. As always, thanks must go to all our contributors for their support and for sharing their secrets with us. Special thanks are due to Pietro Balloni, Luca Marchetti, Alex Vallejo, Darren Parker-Mead, Man Jin Kim, Alexey Lucanev, Fernando Vallejo, Balazs Schuller, Taesung Harmms, Yannis Papadopoulos and last, but not least our English text editor Ken Jones. We hope you enjoy our latest edition! Stelios Demiras Editor/Publisher 4 British Infantry Soldier - Somme 1916 - Painting a WWI Large Scale Bust with Acrylics & Oils (Step by Step) - 180mm (1/10) 12 ANZACs on Chunuk Bair, Gallipoli Campaign, August 1915 - Remembering a Historical Moment in Miniature (Box Art) - 54mm (1/32) 20 First World War German Stormtrooper - Painting an AC Models WWI Stormtrooper - 75mm (1/24) 23 The Black Knight of Germany - Painting the WWI German Flying Ace Eduard Ritter von Schleich - 54mm (1/32) 26 Billy Bishop - A Canadian Pilot in No. 60 Squadron Royal Flying Corps 1917 – How to Paint a Pilots Leather Flying Coat and Equipment - 54mm (1/32) 28 U-Boat Commander World War Two - How to Paint a Large Scale Bust of a German U-Boat Commander Using Tamiya Enamels (Step by Step) -180mm (1/10)8 35 Barbarossa - Making Only Minor Conversions to Commercial Castings Can Produce a Simple Vignette Suitable for Anyone New to Modelling Figures - 50mm (1/35) 38 WWII US Infantry Officer, Ardennes 1944 - Painting a US Army Uniform for a Winter Scenario - 50mm (1/35) 40 The Third Battle of Kharkov - Creating and Painting a WWII Winter Scene Vignette - 50mm (1/35) 43 Somewhere in Stalingrad - Making Commercial Figures of German Soldiers & Accessories into an Interesting WWII Vignette - 50mm (1/35) 46 German Officer, 116th Panzer Division Windhund - How to Paint a Small Scale Bust with Tamiya Enamels - 120mm (1/16) CONTRIBUTORS MIKE “THE KIWI” BUTLER • STELIOS NEOFYTIDIS • Sergey Popovichenko • Toshihiro Sano A4 FORMAT 52 PAGES BINDING MATT LAMINATED COVER