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:
In this 101-page eBook, Iain tackles the Revell 1/32 scale He 219A-7 kit, finishing it to a superb standard. Along with covering the construction, painting, decalling, and weathering of the model, Iain navigates a simple but ingenious way of correcting the kit’s major flaw: misshapen engine nacelles that are set at an incorrect angle.
Along with Iain’s terrific build, the book also features a a review
of the base kit, a selection of photos taken of the real He 219 a NASM,
and a set of appendices covering available aftermarket products and
I’m pleased to announce that our next title focusses on the Revell 1/32 He 219 kit, and is titled—appropriately enough—Building the Revell He 219A-7 in 1/32 Scale. This will be number 3 in our Build Guide series, and is written by well-know UK modeller Iain Ogilvie.
Iain’s expert build not only shows you how to assemble and paint the kit, but also deals with how to fix some tricky issues with the kit’s engine nacelles.
While there’s no set publication date at this stage, work on the book is well under way, and I hope to bring you some more news soon.