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SUMMARY:

2. Tracks, the Most Important Attribute (1/35)
Adam Wilder shows us a T.34/85 with a very original finish. Article focused in the painting of the tracks of a model with a fantastic assembly and a superb paint work.
10. Saipan Beach (1/35)
A wonderful scene built by Peter Horvath that represents a wreck of a Sherman in a Saipan Beach. Besides the tank and some original figures, Peter dares with one of the most difficult elements in the model making, the water.
18. VE DAY (1/35)
The Allied forces celebrated the Victory in Europe effusively. Jorge Jaldón captures an instant in a small but wonderful vignette.
24. Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf.H (1/35)
A classic German Panzer IV revisited by one of the most talented modelers in Europe, Radek Pituch. A nice example of winter camouflage with new techniques and outstanding results.
34. US.G.I. (1/35)
Great figure sculpted and painted by tandem Laurent Borget / Artur Miniszewski. The article is completed with actual images of the real winter US G.I. uniform in World War Two.
40. A ride to the front (1/72)
A tiny vignette masterly carried out by Andres Bernal with a Stug and some infantry with cycles set in the first stages of the War in the East.
46. The enemy at home (1/35)
Jorge Porto finishes this work showed in last issues with his funny scene. A nice idea with nice results.
52. Leichte Zugkraftwagen 3t Sd.Kfz.11 & 210 mm NEBELWERFER 42
An eye-catching late war halftrack and a rocket launcher combined in an imaginative manner by Attila Baranyi. The job is well finished with good scenery that brings the vehicle more interest.
60. Modelling Lessons: Vallejo & AK Interactive paints test.
Rubén Gonzalez reveals with a series of tests the main characteristics of new products that help modelers to achieve nice results.

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Scale military vehicle magazine with high quality pictures. Step by step procedures by the most prestigious hobbyists in the international scene. The magazine also includes pretty unique visuals of the vehicles enhanced with numerous profiles by outstanding illustrators in the scale military hobby. Tricks, techniques, scenery tips, scale figure painting (vehicle crews) and photographic reviews about the real vehicles as these appear in the magazine.
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Panzer Aces   |   Panzer Aces 37 English   


SUMMARY:

2. Tracks, the Most Important Attribute (1/35)
Adam Wilder shows us a T.34/85 with a very original finish. Article focused in the painting of the tracks of a model with a fantastic assembly and a superb paint work.
10. Saipan Beach (1/35)
A wonderful scene built by Peter Horvath that represents a wreck of a Sherman in a Saipan Beach. Besides the tank and some original figures, Peter dares with one of the most difficult elements in the model making, the water.
18. VE DAY (1/35)
The Allied forces celebrated the Victory in Europe effusively. Jorge Jaldón captures an instant in a small but wonderful vignette.
24. Pz.Kpfw IV Ausf.H (1/35)
A classic German Panzer IV revisited by one of the most talented modelers in Europe, Radek Pituch. A nice example of winter camouflage with new techniques and outstanding results.
34. US.G.I. (1/35)
Great figure sculpted and painted by tandem Laurent Borget / Artur Miniszewski. The article is completed with actual images of the real winter US G.I. uniform in World War Two.
40. A ride to the front (1/72)
A tiny vignette masterly carried out by Andres Bernal with a Stug and some infantry with cycles set in the first stages of the War in the East.
46. The enemy at home (1/35)
Jorge Porto finishes this work showed in last issues with his funny scene. A nice idea with nice results.
52. Leichte Zugkraftwagen 3t Sd.Kfz.11 & 210 mm NEBELWERFER 42
An eye-catching late war halftrack and a rocket launcher combined in an imaginative manner by Attila Baranyi. The job is well finished with good scenery that brings the vehicle more interest.
60. Modelling Lessons: Vallejo & AK Interactive paints test.
Rubén Gonzalez reveals with a series of tests the main characteristics of new products that help modelers to achieve nice results.

All texts in english
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You'll receive 4 issues during a 1 year Panzer Aces magazine print subscription.
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