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Euro Modelismo
Aviation Modelling Techniques
The Greatest Guide

by JM Villalba

 

S u m m a r y

Title and Publication Details:

Euro Modelismo
Aviation Modelling Techniques
The Greatest Guide by
JM Villalba

ISBN:

 

Contents and Media:

Hardcover; 200 pages; more than 900 pictures

Price:

EUR 39.50 available online from Euro Modelismo website

Review Type:

FirstLook

Advantages:

Highest quality modelling illustrated step by step.

Disadvantages:

 

Conclusion:

A wonderful guide and inspiration for anyone who ever wanted to build an aircraft scale model.

Reviewed by Andrew Judson


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F i r s t L o o k

 

If you are a person like myself that can do with any help available when it comes to modelling aircraft, then you will want this one in your collection for sure.

The title is “The Greatest Guide”, and that certainly seems to be an appropriate description of this book.

Published by Euro modelismo, this luxurious volume is presented in hardback with a total of 200 pages in full color, oozing with beautiful step-by-step photos and easy to understand text. There is a Gallery of completed kit at the end of the main section.

There are eight chapters inside, the first covering tools and equipment, followed by seven chapters covering complete builds of individual aircraft from WWI, WWII, Modern and a beautiful Helicopter. The detail that these modellers go to is amazing, but the step by step guides are all easy to understand for all level of modellers.

Even if you are not an aircraft modeller, this book is still worth having in the collection, just for the high quality and its contents. It is even worthy of leaving on the coffee table.

It is quite clear that this book has impressed me indeed, and I recommend it highly to all modellers, no matter what you’re into.

Thanks to Aviaeology for the review sample.


Review Text Copyright 2009 by Andrew Judson
This Page Created on 1 December, 2009
Last updated 1 December, 2009

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