FineScale Modeler

FineScale Modeler

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by Kalmbach Publishing Co.
     
 

Current Issue: March 2016

If you enjoy modeling – from planes to ships and everything in between – give yourself an advantage with FineScale Modeler! Whether you're fine-tuning your airbrushing, finishing techniques or painting, FineScale Modeler gives you expert advice and top techniques to make your models realistic.

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Overview

If you enjoy modeling – from planes to ships and everything in between – give yourself an advantage with FineScale Modeler! Whether you're fine-tuning your airbrushing, finishing techniques or painting, FineScale Modeler gives you expert advice and top techniques to make your models realistic.

Each issue of FineScale Modeler is packed with:

  • Clear, how-to features by experts on model assembly and finishing
  • Reviews of the latest model kits and products
  • Great photos of readers' models
  • Airbrushing and finishing articles

FineScale Modeler publishes monthly except for June and August (10 issues per year).

Product Details

Publisher:
Kalmbach Publishing Company, Books Division
# of issues/year:
10
Delivered:
Monthly
Current Issue:
March 2016
Format:
NOOK Magazine
These items ship to U.S. addresses only.

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FineScale Modeler 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I've been a fairly long term (though on and off) reader of Finescale modeler (FSM.) It's a great resource for learning techniques, quick reviews and the like - the showcase itself can be quite inspiring, as can feature articles. Unfortunately, the magazine doesn't lend itself well to the Nook (using the Nook Tablet here.) It often has two page wide photos, or photo 'series" to go through, and not always in a nice 'grid' of pictures. And some of the print ads just are odd on the Nook. The content can sometimes feel a little light, or the magazine a bit ad-heavy (this is in general, not Nook specific.) Personally, while I enjoy the magazine, I think this works better either as an actual magazine or (possibly) via the Nook PC/Mac app or on a larger tablet. (I certainly wouldn't want to try reading this on a smartphone!)
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As a new modeler I wanted to learn how to make the most out of my hobby. Each issue is filled with tons of detail. Keep up the great work!
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