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DVD Tutorial - How to Build WWII Aircraft Models 60mins [NTSC Version]


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SKU: VIDEO-4
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    Product Description
    See how to paint and weather a Mosquito's Merlin engine -- wire and detail radial engines on the A6M5 Zero -- photo-etched and resin detail on a Me-109G cockpit --different aluminum panels, interior detail and battle damage on the B-17. BONUS: how to build your own vac-form machine and use it to make replacement panels and hatches!

    HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL LEARN IN "HOW TO BUILD WWII AIRCRAFT MODELS"
    - Aluminum and natural metal finishes
    - Detailing with Bare-Metal foil
    - Detailing instrument panels
    - Cockpit detailing with Waldron and Cooper detail sets
    - Creating realistic wheel tread patterns
    - Compressing and detailing landing gear struts
    - Engine detailing with wire, solder and pastels
    - Cleaning parts and accurizing your kit
    - Dremel motor tools tips
    - Making templates for accurate landing gear and wing dihedral
    - Realistic battle damage
    - Vac-forming hatches and new parts
    - Building your own vac-forming machine
    - Making rivets
    - Airbrushing tips
    - Weathering and dry brushing
    - Antennae, windows and gun detailing
    - Contest judging tips

    About the host, Chuck Davenport
    Charles Davenport is a former Air Force navigator who made extensive use of models and photography during his military career. He's used his model photos for intelligence briefings and often fooled experienced aviation officers. His model photographs have appeared in the Journal of the International Plastic Modeler's Society.

    • Manufactured by: Video Workbench
    • SKU: VIDEO-4
    • Package Weight: 100g
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