Modelling Manuals

Books in the Osprey Modelling Manuals series provide detailed guidelines to help you build specific models of tank or aircraft, and offer advice on techniques such as airbrush painting and how to create dioramas. Featuring full colour model photography throughout, together with contemporary images for reference and up-to-date market information, the Osprey Modelling Manuals offer a complete ‘how to’ guide to military model making.

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  1. North American P-51 Mustang

    MAN 19 Paperback
    Osprey Modelling Manual 19 covers the best-known US fighter of WWII - the long-range escort that made possible the USAAF's bombing of Germany by day. This classic fighter would go on to have a significant...
  2. Focke-Wulf Fw 190

    MAN 20 Paperback
    Osprey Modelling Manual 20 examines the Focke-Wulf 190, which entered Luftwaffe service in 1941. It would serve out the war as the best of all German fighters and fighter-bombers, and its variants would...
  3. Supermarine Spitfire

    MAN 18 Paperback
    Osprey Modelling Manual 18 examines Reginald Mitchell's classic Spitfire — the only RAF type in continuous production throughout WWII (over 20,000 were built in some 40 major variations), and an...
  4. Messerschmitt Bf 109

    MAN 17 Paperback
    With number 17 the Osprey Modelling Manuals start a regular subseries on modelling specific aircraft types. The first covers the standard Luftwaffe single-seat fighter of the early years of WW2, the Messerschmitt...
  5. Panzerkampfwagen III

    MAN 15 Paperback
    The Panzer III was the instrument of Blitzkrieg on land, the major component of the Panzerwaffe in the early war years, and an important stepping stone between the earliest Panzers and the heavier vehicles...
  6. T-34/76 & T-34/85

    MAN 16 Paperback
    The T-34/76 was a major step forward in tank design and its appearance on the battlefield during the German invasion of Russia shocked the Germans into developing new AFVs such as the Panzer V Panther....
  7. M4 Sherman

    MAN 14 Paperback
    With numbers 13 and 14 the Osprey Modelling Series sees the start of a regular subseries on modelling specific AFVs. The second covers the Allies' most important tank of WW2, the US M4 Sherman, of which...
  8. Panzerkampfwagen VI Tiger

    MAN 13 Paperback
    Numbers 13 and 14 the Osprey Modelling Series see the start of a regular subseries on modelling specific AFVs. The first covers the best German tank of WW2, the Tiger, the mount of top tank commander Michael...
  9. Postwar Aircraft

    MAN 12 Paperback
    Postwar military aviation is dominated by the multi-role jet aircraft. This book looks at military jets from the F-86 Sabre of the Korean War through to the Tornados and F-18s of today and the key issues...
  10. Modelling Soft-Skinned Military Vehicles

    MAN 11 Paperback
    WWII saw the development of a huge range of armed and unarmed military vehicles - anti-aircraft gun platforms, ambulances, artillery tractors, fuel bowsers, jeeps, trucks and troop carriers - these are...

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