Encyclopedia of Armour Modelling Techniques Vol.3 – Camouflages by Mig Jimenez
Through its 150 pages and 700+ high-quality colour photos, Encyclopedia of Armour Modelling Techniques Vol.3 – Camouflages shows modellers everything needed to paint different types of camouflage. From easy processes for the beginner to the advanced techniques for the more experienced modeller.
The book features in-depth explanations about how to tackle the entire painting process of several camouflage types; be it a multi-colour or desert scheme, a whitewash or a vehicle left in red oxide primer, as well as the techniques needed to represent chipping effects commonly seen on military vehicles. The modeller will also learn how to apply effects to alter the tone of the camouflage colours with washes, filters and oil paints. Finally, we will go over the advanced painting techniques used today in the modelling scene: Black & White style, modulation, zenithal light, illumination by panels and spotlight.
This is the third of five volumes that constitute the Encyclopedia, each covering armour vehicle modelling in extensive detail.
Author: Mig Jimenez
No of Photos: 700+ colour photos
No of Pages: 150
Physical: Softcover, 300x210mm, portrait
Scale Model Jedi