Scale Modeling WW2: German Camouflage Uniforms
After a successful crowdfunding campaign on Kickstarter, the book Scale Modeling WW2: German Camouflage Uniforms is available.
With almost 300 pages of content, the book introduces you to six camouflage patterns used on German uniforms during WWII and how to paint them on 1/35 scale figures using realistic illustrative photographs.
The authors take a unique approach to this, working with real actors and props captured in realistic natural locations. The scenes are accompanied by highly detailed photographs of the equipment and armament taken in the studio and then by the scale figure painting techniques themselves. These detailed step-by-step guides were created by icons of the scale modelling world, such as Jaume Ortiz Forns and Branislav Lukačovič.
The book is a comprehensive guide to German camouflage patterns, not only for modellers but also for military history fans. Five chapters, six camouflage uniforms, six reenacted campaigns, and six detailed step-by-step guides for painting 1/35 figures with acrylic paints.
Authors: Pavel Beránek, Jaume Ortiz Forns & Branislav Lukačovič
Photos: Colour photos
Physical: Hardcover, portrait
Operation Barbarossa, Summer 1941
Drina river downstream, May 1944
- Erbsenmuster + Telo Mimetico
State Road 13, Caen, June 1944
Sniper training, Autumn 1944