By Peter Armstrong
Old & Medieval Modelling КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Издательство: Osprey Publishing LtdСерия: Osprey MasterclassАвтор(ы): Peter ArmstrongЯзык: EnglishГод издания: 2000Количество страниц: 127ISBN: 1-8417676-007-2Формат: pdf (100 dpi)Размер: 17,7 mbSculptor and grasp Modeller, Pete Armstrong, stocks the talents and strategies that experience made him one of many nice determine modellers operating this day. during this vintage Masterclass sequence booklet, his sensible and distinct textual content describes building equipment, super-detailing, conversion paintings and completing concepts used on a chain of modelling tasks from the traditional and medieval international. filled with types of Anglo-Saxons, Romans, fastened knights, knights Templar, castles, kings, bowmen, billmen and clergymen! All Contents # instruments, fabrics and suppliesReference sourcesBasic and complex development and super-detailing methodsConversion paintings for all abilitiesSimple heraldry for modellersCrestsStandards and bannersCastlesConstructing weaponsSettings for figuresSaddlery and harnessAppendices RAPIDили IFOLDER eighty five
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The aircraft was painted in the SEA wraparound scheme with low-visibility markings. (GB Aircraft Slides) The European 1 paint scheme was painted on F-4E, 69-0264, when the aircraft was photographed on June 12, 1986. Notice the large numbers 526 and AMU painted on the tail of this squadron commander's aircraft. The aircraft's maintenance crew names were painted on the splitter plate in white and black. Painted on the nose was THE LAST "PHANTOM" KNIGHT in black. (Cockle via Brewer) 39 347th TACTICAL FIGHTER WING --This Phantom was from the 347th TFW, based at Moody AFB, Georgia, and was photographed on the ramp at Nellis AFB, Nevada, on December 6, 1976.
The same style of markings was used on the 196th TFS's Phantoms that were painted in the new gray camouflage scheme. (M. Geer) A different F-4E from the 196th TFS was a visitor at the London International Air Show on June 3, 1900. A blue band, outlined in white, was painted on the canopy rail. The crew names had not yet been stenciled on the blue band. (Flightleader) 55 INDIANA ANG, 113th TFS F-4E, 68-0361, was being operated by the 113th TFS, 181st TFG, Indiana ANG, when photographed on April 8, 1988.
S. AIR FORCE. (Barbier via Taylor) This close-up view of the front of 660345 provides a better look at the markings applied there. (Barbier via Isham) 45 d This Phantom from the 57th FIS participated in William Tell '82 at Tyndall AFB, Florida. The knight's head had disappeared from this side of the aircraft and the Air Forces Iceland badge had been added over the red, white, and blue stripes on the splitter plate. S. AIR FORCE on the intake. (Flightieader) .... - ~ ~ . ~~ 315 ,. By December 1982 the stripes had disappeared from the splitter plate.
Ancient & Medieval Modelling by Peter Armstrong