Tigers: Modelling the Ryefield Family – MIG6273
From painting the interiors to the final weathering processes, Tigers: Modelling the Ryefield Family defines the different camouflage schemes used at various periods of the war as well as various levels of weathering, winter camouflage, a tool and equipment painting guide, Zimmerit application and the correct products and accurate colours suitable for each technique and much more.
The book also includes a proper historical introduction to the Tiger I by Daniele Guglielmi with reference photos that will help to familiarise yourself with this legendary armoured vehicle. The introduction also features a camouflage guide with 19 colour profiles for all the variants of the Tiger and vehicles based on its chassis.
The full range of the Tiger tank family produced by Ryefield Model is generally regarded as the most accurate and complete on the market, both in the level of fine detail and in historical accuracy. These are state-of-the-art models manufactured with the most up-to-date technology, faithful to exhaustive research and documentation. This effort has resulted in an unprecedented level of detail and fit quality, as well as the option to build a complete replica with all interior components of the hull, turret and engine bay.
This model range includes all of the initial, early, middle and late production versions of the Tiger tank and its derivatives: the Sturmmörser Tiger and Bergepanzer Tiger I. In addition, each kit includes decals for a wide variety of different markings and subjects, which will allow you to choose your preferred camouflage scheme for each vehicle. These unparalleled models are undoubtedly the best choice available for fans of this mythical tank.
Authors: Mario Eens, David Pérez, Fabio Marini, Huy Khang Nguyen, Kreangkrai Paojinda
Colour Profiles: 19
Physical: Softcover, 305x215mm, portrait
- Ryefield’s Tigers
- Panzerkampfwagen Tiger Ausf. E (Tiger I) – A Real Legend On Track
- Photographic References
- Tiger I Initial Production 1943 – North African Front/Tunisia
- Tiger I Ausf.E Early production – s.Pz.Abt. 503, Eastern Front, 1943
- Bergepanzer Tiger I – Italy, 1944
- Tiger I Middle Production – Eastern Front, 1944
- Sturmmörser Tiger
- Tiger I Ausf. E Late Production – Michael Wittmann’s last Tiger, France, 1944
- Tools and Equipment painting guide
- Colour Profiles