v1.0 was first published back in June of 2018, we’ve now added a pair of appendices at the back of the book. One covers the only available aftermarket product for this already very complete kit, while the other lists as many relevant reference titles as we could find.
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.
We’ve just launched our second eBook bundle, this time bringing together our first two books on Luftwaffe subjects: the HpH 1/32 Fw 189, and the Revell 1/32 He 219A-7.
Building the HpH Fw 189 ‘Uhu’ in 1/32 Scale
In Building the HpH Fw 189, Jan Gabauer
tackles the impressive mixed-media 1/32 scale Fw 189 kit from HpH
Models. Jan navigates the complexities of the build with aplomb,
offering tips for working with resin assemblies, and overcoming the
particular challenges of this kit.
This book is a 66-page downloadable PDF.
Building the Revell He 219A-7 in 1/32 Scale
In Building the Revell He 219A-7, renowned UK modeller Iain Ogilvie
tackles the Revell 1/32 scale He 219A-7 kit, finishing it to a superb
standard. Along with plenty of hints and tips throughout the build, Iain
navigates a simple but ingenious way of correcting the kit’s major
flaw: misshapen engine nacelles that are set at an incorrect angle.
This book is a 101-page downloadable PDF.
This new bundle is available in our web shop for 20 Australian dollars:
An eagle-eyed customer has pointed out a minor error in the text of the new Uhu book, so I’ve just finished uploading v1.1, which corrects this error. If you’ve already bought the book, you can re-download the new version free-of-charge via your original download link. New purchasers will of course get the latest version by default.
Thanks to everyone who has purchased the book so far!
This 66-page eBook sees Jan tackle the impressive mixed-media 1/32 scale Fw 189 kit from HpH Models. The majority of the kit parts are cast in polyurethane resin, augmented with turned metal and photo-etched parts, paint masks, and HGW ‘wet transfers’. A set of HGW ‘fabric’ seat belts is also included, making for a complex kit and a potentially challenging build.
Jan navigates the complexities of the build with aplomb, offering tips for working with resin assemblies, and overcoming the particular challenges of this kit. The process is very instructive, and results are quite spectacular!
The book is available as a downloadable PDF for just 8 Australian dollars (AUD$8). Click on the link or image above to visit the product page and purchase the book.
I’m pleased to announce that the next title in our Build Guide Series will feature the 1/32 scale Fw 189 kit from HpH Models. Entitled Building the HpH Fw 189 ‘Uhu’ in 1/32 Scale, and written by Jan Gabauer, this eBook will take you through the build process for this complex multi-media kit.
Jan’s build is exceptional, and shows just what can be achieved with the right approach.
Please stay tuned for more news on this release in the coming weeks!