It’s Christmas Eve down under while I type this, and I thought I’d take a quick break from festive preparations to wish you all a very Merry Christmas, and all the best of the season.
And with our 20%-off Christmas sale coming to an end in a few hours, I’d also like to thank everyone for the support you’ve shown myself and KLP Publishing in recent times, which has helped ease my mind enormously about taking up the gig on a full-time basis.
See you all after food and naps!
What was I saying earlier about crossing your T’s and dotting your I’s? Turns out, I jumped the gun slightly with the v1.2 update of Building Brick’s Sabre in 1/32 Scale. One of the only two reference books I could find that covered the CAC Sabre turns out to have never actually been published! I got the story directly from the publisher’s mouth to my own ears, but won’t recount it here. Suffice it to say, this has now caused me to update the book yet again, to v1.3!
Building Brick’s Sabre in 1/32 Scale
Written by master modeller Eric Galliers, this 120-page digital book shows you how he built his award-winning 1/32 scale model of K.J. “Brick” Bricknell’s CAC Sabre. Using the Italeri 1/32 scale F-86F kit as a basis, Eric modifies it to the Avon-powered configuration employed by CAC-built RAAF Sabres, to produce an exquisite replica of Brick’s Sabre as he flew it in 1963.
v1.3 Now Available!
Note: all our prices are in Australian dollars.
For sake of both transparency and posterity, I’ve left the entry in question in the book, but suitably amended and explained, should anybody else come across its mention in their searches.
Once again, mea culpa!