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Pierre bring us his home made versions of three popular tools all wrapped up in one hand design.
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Before I begin, I like to say that I have tried the other ways eg: tape, salt, liquid mask.
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Many times in the forums of ARMORAMA there are requests for reference sources (from both beginners and experienced modellers) one of the most frequent requests is for Modelling Manuals. The range which is published by Osprey should cover mo
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Joe Szczygiel (mother) describes a really neat and simple way to create scale hose attachments.
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Here's an article which will answer modellers' prayers! Have you ever dreamed of having your own vacuum-forming machine, but been put off by the price? Gino P. Quintiliani shows how a DIY setup needn't cost the earth and can produce excellent results.
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In the mid 19th century, with a perceived threat of invasion from France, the British government of the day, launched a building program to create a ring of coastal defences in the areas considered most at risk from invasion. This series of fortification
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Ibland kan man f dligt tlamod och man vill helst spola framt tiden fr att se hela sitt 1/72-kompani vara helt klart. Man har planerat hela helgen t att mla amerikanska infanteritrupper men nr man vl sitter i sin modellskrubb s kommer man p den
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Nosso amigo Celestino, nos relata como foi sua visita a essa magnfica exposio de plastimodelismo. Confiram!
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TamiyaCon is an annual show put on in California at Tamiya's North American Headquarters. This year was the ninth show and Jim was there to cover it for us.
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No todos os dias que uma loja faz 100 anos, ainda para mais sendo a mais antiga loja de brinquedos de Portugal.
Na comemorao de to especial ocasio, a loja levou a cabo uma exposio de modelismo.
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Jim reports on his trip to see the SCHAMS 2004 show in Orange County, California. It is a figure lovers paradise.
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Martin has written up an excellent summary of what was new at the Spielwarenmesse show in Nuremberg this year. There were over 2800 companies present from 50 countries!
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Peter Allen (flitzer) is here with his first article on Armorama. He's put together a handy little feature on how to take a picture of your completed model and superimpose it on a background to create a natural looking scene. The possibilities are unlim
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Lets face it; we have a relatively expensive hobby. This is especially true if you go in for aftermarket items. There isnt a lot to be done for to save money of AM items, other than foregoing them completely, but you can save money on paint, supplies, a
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So much has been written about them or asked in forums about air compressors, that I hope this article will take my years of selling, using and fixing air compressors to help you fellow modelers.
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On November 22, 2003 Armorama Benelux organized its first Workshop, find out if it was a success
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Martin wanted to share this conversion chart with the community for Vallejo to Tamiya/Humbrol paint numbers.
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Jan brings us his wisdom on how he has perfected a method for making molds that leave you with no air bubbles in poured resin castings.
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Happy Halloween everyone - Jan started a challenge to get the scare out of your workbenches. Here is an inspirational review of those who participated.
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Gino Poppe, has provided us with some pictures of this prestigious event and next year, my wife can stand on her head, but I will be there
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Gino Poppe is so kind to give us yet another glimpse of a nice modeling event that took place in Bruges (Belgium). Again, there is some high quality work to be seen.
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Sunday, September 14 2003, the day of ScaleWorld 2003. Read the story about a great, sunny day in Belgium.......
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This article gives users an insight into JPG compression levels and how to save on image file size without sacraficing image quality.
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Mig Productions, die Firma des bekannten spanischen Modellbauers Miguel Jimenez, hat vor kurzem ein Pigment-Sortiment auf den Markt gebracht, mit dem sehr subtile Effekte im Modellbau erzielt werden knnen. Hier ein Bericht zum Thema.
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Am 14. Juni 2003 richtete der Niederlndische Modellbauclub TWENOT sein 2. nationales Treffen im Kriegs- und Wiederstands-Museum von Overloon (NL) aus. Hier ein Ausstellungs-Bericht.
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On June 14, 2003 TWENOT organized his 2e national meeting in Overloon (NL), here you can find a show report of that event.
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Putting pictures on the web, for some a breeze for other sheer hell. Robert has written a clear explanation on how to do this. So let those picture come forth; you have no excuse anymore.
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Working with resin is for most modelers a big hurdle, especially if they want to use to cast some own parts. Scott has written up a small article showing us that there is no need to fear it and that it is not that hard.
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It's been over a year now since Armorama was launched. Jim reflects a little on its origins as well as where the site is going.
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Robert shows beginning modelers the basics of tentroll and bedroll making with this one page tip. He has drawn a great diagram for it too.
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Not all is lost when your photos come out too dark. This mini-feature will show you how to brighten up and fix basic image problems.
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We re-visit one of the sites earliest scratchbuilding features as Jan (GeneralFailure) shows us how he converted Verlinden's 1/15 M113 kit into a M577A.
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Jan scratchbuilds an M35A2 from scratch in this feature from 2002 (revised and updated images).
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Rob shows us the best way to build and organize your tool collection. He also covers what kind of tools might make your next project easier.
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This was our first article on the site!
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Custom decals add a bit of uniqueness to my modeling. They make it so that I can display a model and know that few (if any) other models exist of the same subject in the same markings. I like that. They also add almost unlimited latitude to my modeling as
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Ralph shares a few good tips for creating sanding sticks from popsicle sticks and adding paint chips to bottles of paint.
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Diese Site ist nicht nur das Produkt einer Einzelperson. Sicher, ich habe das Interface auf- und all die netten Grafiken eingebaut, aber was ist das Alles im Vergleich zu dem, wofr diese Seite eigentlich
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A primavera est a! E para muitos de ns o inverno marcou a montagem de novos modelos e dioramas. Bem, para evidenciar toda a energia da primavera ns decidimos fazer um concurso! Escreva algumas de suas mais recentes experincias com a montagem de model
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Mike discusses the basics of modeling, how to start as a beginner, and even how to proceed with more advanced techniques like washing and drybrushing your models.
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Bryan outlines his trial and error process of getting the best possible pictures for his F18 Hornet. And what good pictures that process yielded!
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Ian shares a tip from modeler Norman Robinson, about an inexpensive way to stock yourself with utilitarian rivets for life!
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One of the biggest problems confronting the beginning modeler is eliminating seams, or joints. Unfortunately the fact of the matter is that models (because of the need to assemble them) contain joints where the pieces come together.
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Jan shares his experience and techniques on making silicone and resin molds to create an army of ammo boxes or other mass produced mayhem.
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Here is a simple way to make your own aircraft antennas or ship rigging using fishing wire and telephone insulators.
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Martin spells out an easy way to add realistic metal surfaces to your next model project. And all you will really need is a pencil.
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