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Warpaint Magazine

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Arming aviation enthusiasts with a comprehensive guide to history’s greatest flying machines - Warpaint offers a one-stop reference point for any given aircraft type. Providing modellers and aerophiles with a magazine that takes a deep dive into the history, development, introduction, and service use of a wide variety of planes, jets, helicopters, and more - Warpaint is the must-have authoritative voice that will have your aviation passion soaring.


Covering a specific make and model in every instalment - Warpaint is an insightful and informative magazine released six times a year. Featuring historically accurate articles alongside high-quality colour profile artwork - a Warpaint digital magazine subscription also offers scale drawings and a walkaround section to ensure that enthusiasts of all aviation disciplines are catered to.


Whether you are a master of aircraft modelling, a history buff, or are intrigued to learn more about the majestical machines that graced the skies of our past - a Warpaint digital magazine subscription will ignite your interests.

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No.142 During the 1960s, Dassault commenced development of what would become the Mirage F1 as a private venture, alongside the larger Mirage F2. Work on the F1 eventually took precedence over the more costly F2, which was cancelled during the late 1960s. The Armée de l'Air took great interest in the fledgling F1 to meet its requirement for an all-weather interceptor aircraft. The Mirage F1 was of similar size to the Mirage III and Mirage 5 and was powered by the same SNECMA Atar engine that had been used on the larger Dassault Mirage IV, however, unlike its predecessors, it had the layout of a swept wing, but mounted high on the fuselage, and a conventional tail surface as used by the F2. Although it had a smaller wingspan than the Mirage III, the Mirage F1 nevertheless proved to be superior to its predecessor, carrying more fuel while possessing a shorter take-off run and greater manoeuvrability. This latest addition to the Warpaint series includes all the usual reference and historical material that has made the series the go-to source for modellers and aviation enthusiasts alike. This book is written by Andy Evans and is superbly illustrated by Sam Pearson.


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During the 1960s, Dassault commenced development of what would become the Mirage F1 as a private venture, alongside the larger Mirage F2. Work on the F1 eventually took precedence over the more costly F2, which was cancelled during the late 1960s. The Armée de l'Air took great interest in the fledgling F1 to meet its requirement for an all-weather interceptor aircraft. The Mirage F1 was of similar size to the Mirage III and Mirage 5 and was powered by the same SNECMA Atar engine that had been used on the larger Dassault Mirage IV, however, unlike its predecessors, it had the layout of a swept wing, but mounted high on the fuselage, and a conventional tail surface as used by the F2. Although it had a smaller wingspan than the Mirage III, the Mirage F1 nevertheless proved to be superior to its predecessor, carrying more fuel while possessing a shorter take-off run and greater manoeuvrability. This latest addition to the Warpaint series includes all the usual reference and historical material that has made the series the go-to source for modellers and aviation enthusiasts alike.

This book is written by Andy Evans and is superbly illustrated by Sam Pearson.
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Primarily focusing on aircraft no longer in regular service - Warpaint is the must-have addition to any aviation-based library collection. Taking an in-depth look at the titans of industry that soared so proudly in the past, each insightful bookazine also takes a curious look into the models still in use today - but will no longer see any significant modifications.


Proud to have published over 100 informative, engaging and educational instalments, Warpaint is carefully created by a team of experts who share their love of flight. Featuring analysis of iconic models of yesteryear, reviews and recommendations of scale models, and a fascinating walkaround of some of the greatest vehicles ever to take flight - a Warpaint digital magazine subscription can pilot your passion to the very next level.


Covering everything from First World War fighters to Cold War jets and including an extensive look into a diverse range of bombers, transports and liaison aircraft - Warpaint will inform and inspire both the modeller and the general aviation enthusiast alike.


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