M163 A1 VULCAN
A most remarkable and hyper-detailed kit with an equally outstanding paintjob on an anti aircraft armored vehicle used during the VietnamWar.
Authors: S. de Usera & C. de Diego
StuG. III Ausf. B
In this issue we return to the winter camouflage schemes; now it’s the turn for the well known German assault gun. This unit has some ghastly battle damage effects
which are strikingly realistic.
Author: Mario Gabás
Humber Mk. I Armoured Car
British AFV’s on wheels have always been particularly attractive specially when sporting desert camouflage schemes. This is the case with this resin Humber Mk. I. This kit does
not take long to build.
Sovereign 2000 1/35
Author: Pere Pla
A vignette that consists of three figures with flamethrower equipment, on a scene set in some ruins. An interesting vignette because of the camouflage schemes on the soldier
Author: JM Perez Flores
KV-1 (mod. 1940)
Some of these heavy armored KV-1 Soviet tanks sported some really interesting three color camouflage schemes like this one. On the color profiles’ page we offer different
camouflage schemes for this vehicle.
Type 89 “Chi-Ro Otsu”
In spite of their picturesque old fashioned configuration and camouflage patterns, Japanese WWII tanks aren’t exactly the hobbyists’ choice. At any rate we will show here
the results that could be obtained with one of them.
Gum Ka 1/35
Authors:J.Pinos & J.Garcia Gázquez
A simple technique demonstrated with step by step pictures, which will help you realistically recreate footsteps on the surface of an armored vehicle.