Even with the best will and intent in the world, mistakes are inevitable when publishing anything it, seems; in fact, we even have a phrase for it: Muphry’s Law! Well, so it is with our recent title, Building the Fly Arado Ar 234 in 1/32 Scale. Mind you, it was just a simple typo in one of the appendices, but fix it we must, and so now the book has been updated to v1.1!
Being a digital publication means this kind of update is very easy to do, and we will continue to update all our books in this fashion any time an applicable new product is released, or we find an error somewhere.
This new update is free to download for anyone who has already purchased this book. If you have an account with us, simply log in and download a new copy of the book from Downloads section of your account. Otherwise, the download link contained in your original purchase notification email should still be valid.
If neither of these scenarios applies to you, and you’d still like to download your updated copy, create a customer account here on the website, and then contact me so that I can associate your purchase with your new account. Once that is done, you can log in and download it from your purchase history.
Building the Fly Arado Ar 234 in 1/32 Scale
In this 154-page eBook, Kent Karlsen builds not one, but two examples of the Fly Arado 234 kit in 1/32 scale.
The feature build sees Kent take kit 32008, add a ton of scratch-built detail, and then construct an amazing airfield maintenance diorama, in a scene that might have occurred at ‘Fliegerhorst Grove’ air base, in post-surrender Denmark.
For his second build, Kent converts kit 32003 into the V6 four-engine prototype, complete with figures and a Sd.Kfz.2 Kettenkrad from Zoukei-Mura.
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