Thanks to the copious number of quality color images that accompany each section, those with the will should be able to follow what was done with ease. It is a book that I can highly recommend to you.
Scott Van Aken, Modeling Madness (September 2008)
I can visualize a modeler at the work bench, this book protected in a plastic baggie sitting next to the model as the reader works to practice the skills discussed in the book, and using the images as the 'passing standard' for their work. The book is very well written, with excellent images to illustrate the text. The publication addresses not only the basic skills and techniques that a beginner must learn but also provides a tutorial for the more advanced techniques that a more experienced modeler wishes to tackle. The book is much more than a simple 'how to with an airbrush' and is highly recommended for modelers of all skill levels.
Dick Montgomery, IPMS (December 2008)
Although this book is aimed at plastic models, the tips and techniques that it contains can be adapted to RC projects... Ten step-by-step, illustrated case studies, ranging from heavily weathered military aircraft to pristine, high-gloss motor vehicles, science-fiction models, fantasy figures, groundwork, and buildings, complete this in-depth guide to getting the best results on your models.
Model Aviation (January 2009)
... this survey is perfect for any working with models, and provides an in-depth guide to creating a realistic, solid paint finish for any kind of model...
California Bookwatch (November 2008)
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