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IF YOU STRIVE TO MAKE REALISTIC SCALE MODELS THAN THIS VIDEO GUIDE IS FOR YOU!

By: Kris Veronika

Editor & Publisher

Scale Model Guide

If you are among the majority of the scale modellers who are looking for information on how to improve your modelling skills, chances are, you can identify with the following challenges (tick ones which apply to you):


I get frustrated that my scale models are not looking the way I want them to.

I have been trying to get my models to look realistic but I am not making progress as fast as I would like to. Sure...., I had fun making my current models, BUT I would be even happier if my next model look like the ones featured in the scale models magazines!!

Life is busy and time is very precious. I do not have as much time as I would like to enjoy this excellent hobby, let alone spend many hours on trial and error. I would like to make great and realistic models right NOW!

If you have ticked any of the boxes, you have come to the right place! As you read on the rest of this article, you are about to discover the one unique resource on the internet that can make the whole world of difference to your modelling skill and the quality of the models that you make.

Have you ever asked yourself, how is it that with all written magazines, books and articles you can find on internet, your modelling still isn’t at the level where you are 100% satisfied. Do not worry, you are not the only one. You see, the problem with 2 dimensional media is that just by looking at the pictures and reading text, you do not get the whole understanding, the complete know-how on how to do a certain technique.

How often do you buy a scale model magazine in the news agency, get excited about the feature step-by-step build story only to get frustrated that the writer has skipped a few important steps. As a result you only have a partial understanding of what to do. This happens to me a lot...

How often do you buy a scale model magazine in the news agency, get excited about the feature step-by-step build story only to get frustrated that the writer has skipped a few important steps. As a result you only have a partial understanding of what to do. This happens to me a lot...

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