Painting and Finishing Techniques
Publication Date: April 20, 2010
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Steven van Beveren has had a lifelong interest in all things military that has led him to serve as a reservist in the Calgary Highlanders for a number of years. This interest in the military also led him to start building military models at an early age. Over the years, he has been a member of several different model clubs, participated in model shows and written several articles. He lives in Alberta, Canada.
Graeme Davidson is a serving officer in the Canadian Army and has been an active modeler for over 20 years. His work has recently been published in Military Modelling magazine and he is a regular contributor to the Missing-Lynx galleries. He lives in New Brunswick.
"Typical of Osprey’s books for military miniature enthusiasts and wargaming hobbyists, this book offers several full color plates and illustrations, and is chock full of tips, advice, and lessons learned from some of the finest painters of military miniatures, model airplanes & tanks, vehicles, etc. It goes through set-up, tools, work spaces, painting tips, weathering, dry brushing, detailing, highlighting, shading and various other tips that are of great value to the novice painter, and even can help more experienced veteran painters and modelers. Well worth a look if you are into model military machines." -Charge! Civil War Wargaming
"Painting and Finishing Techniques provides a detailed step-by-step approach to creating realistic, colorful finishes to armor and aviation models using a variety of different media and techniques. The book is aimed at both the beginner and intermediate modeler who is looking to improve their skills. Through clear text and photography, each chapter presents a guide to this interesting subject... This is another excellent book in the Osprey Modeling Series that will make an excellent addition to the model builders reference collection." - Mataka.org