Airbrushing Scale Model Aircraft

Airbrushing Scale Model Aircraft
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Format: Paperback / softback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9781785004759
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Description

Airbrushing Scale Model Aircraft provides guidance on buying airbrushing equipment, setting it up and operating it safely, and offers detailed explanations of how airbrushes and compressors work, alongside their various components. The reader is taken through basic exercises to learn how to control airbrushing equipment before moving on to more advanced paint application techniques. This book also includes guides to preparation, information on the use of primers, and a handy troubleshooting guide to help identify and resolve common faults. Also covered are masking techniques; painting wood effects; bare metal finishes; camouflage patterns; chipping techniques; clear coats, and finally, weathering.

The author

Robin Carpenter worked on refurbishing real aircraft in a variety of settings for over twenty years, and has been a keen modeller since childhood. Combining his past aviation experience and modelling skills, he has been teaching airbrush classes for beginners at The Airbrush Company since 2005.

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Specs

Format: Paperback / softback, 192 Pages
ISBN: 9781785004759
Illustrations: 270 color photos
Size: 7.44 in x 9.68 in / 188.98 mm x 245.87 mm
Edition: First Edition
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