In this 260-page eBook, Max tackles the ICM 1/32 Tiger Moth kit, wrestling it into submission with a number of aftermarket additions and scratch-built improvements.
Max combines forensic attention to detail, an intimate knowledge of the subject, and finely-honed modelling skills to produce a terrific model. His build commentary is littered with detailed photographs of the real thing, and his insights are invaluable to anyone aspiring to build the ICM Tiger Moth kit.
Along with Max’s terrific build, we’ve also included his detailed comparison of the three extant Tiger Moth kits in 1/32 scale, and an extensive walkaround of Tiger Moth ZK-BEF by Zac Yates.
The book also features our usual Appendices listing aftermarket products and reference materials.
All this for just 17 Australian dollars! Bargain. Grab your copy now!
I’m pleased to report that our next title, Building the ICM D.H.82A Tiger Moth in 1/32 Scale by Max Williams, has just completed the first draft stage. And thanks to Zac Yates, we’ve been able to incorporate a bonus 47-page Walkaround of Darren Luff’s Tiger Moth ZK-BEF. The book now enters its final editing and revision phase, with an expected release sometime next month (November).
Stay tuned for an official release announcement, as well as other news and updates as they come to hand.
I’m pleased to announce that the next title in our Build Guide Series will be Building the ICM D.H.82A Tiger Moth in 1/32 Scale by Max Williams. Max is a terrific modeller and a Tiger Moth pilot, which is the perfect combination for this Build Guide. The book is in the early stages of development, but will contain all the usual features of our build guides, including in this case a bonus chapter comparing all three extant Tiger Moth kits in 1/32 scale (Matchbox/Revell, Silver Wings, and ICM).
Stay tuned for more information about this title, along with the imminent release of our latest title, Building the British Phantoms Volume Three.