Modelling Masterclass

Books in Osprey’s Modelling Masterclass series focus on a single period or genre of model making, providing insights into the techniques of some of the world’s leading model makers. From the ancient and medieval periods, through to World War II aviation and the art of creating realistic terrain, expert model makers reveal the secrets to their success. Featuring full colour photographs illustrating the process of model making and showcasing the best of the authors’ private model collections, Osprey’s Modelling Masterclass titles are a valuable reference source for model makers wanting to take the next step in their craft.

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  1. World War 2 Luftwaffe Fighter Modelling

    MST Hardback
    This book sets out to provide a practical reference for the modeller and complement the vast array of historical reference material that already exists for this period. Many different techniques are covered,...
  2. Ancient and Medieval Modelling

    MST Hardback
    Sculptor and Master Modeller, Pete Armstrong, shares the skills and techniques that have made him one of the great figure modellers working today. In this classic Masterclass series book, his practical...
  3. Panzer Modelling

    MST Hardback
    Tony Greenland shares his expertise and experience in a wide range of techniques and materials, covering the tools, reference sources, construction and conversion methods, and artistic touches that help...
  4. Mat Irvine's Auto Modelling Masterclass

    MST Hardback
    Here Mat Irvine shares his wealth of knowledge of techniques for building plastic model cars that produce a degree of realism unachievable 'straight from the box'. All types of automobile are covered:...

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