Ampersand Publishing has two of their regular releases due for this month and we have the “dope” on both of them (in high quality shots so you can see what's crackin')…
New this month is the regular periodical magazine (we think it is a little more like a small book than a mag) called Military Miniatures in Review – and this is number 57!
“Military Miniatures in Review" is an 80-page, full colour, quality bound, bi-monthly magazine. Regular features include new product announcements, book reviews and figure reviews. (Click on the images to enlarge them)
This issue of the top quality mag with equally as nice kits and model maker’s work contains..
Baby Back Ribs: Tamiya creates a conversion of one of it’s own (Russian T-65 Enigma)
Brumbar Unplugged! The cyber-Hobby kit from top to bottom.
Shot with Cupid’s Arrow: Building Bronco’s beautiful Archer.
US and Them: The basics of soldering (German AA) +
Realistic Weathering: a little something Different.
sIG Heil? The AFV Club sIG 33 German 15cm Heavy Infantry Gun
As well as the latest news and models from round the world..
This great mag sells for US$9.95 + P&P and can be subscribed in the states and around the world at a better rate from their website
Meanwhile the other publication of note from Ampersand Publishing is called Allied Axis – and this edition of close-up looks of a plethora of military vehicles (No 28) looks pretty interesting.. (Click on the images to enlarge them)
British Covenanter Heavy Cruiser Tank
German Schwere Ladungsträger (Sd Kfz 301) A + B
Plus a special on the US M6/M61AI Heavy Tank!
This A4 landscape production is full of great info for military modellers and sells for US$15.95 + P&P and can be subscribed in the states and around the world at a better rate from their website
These particular issues may not be up on their site yet but will be very soon! Check out Ampersand’s website for these and other of their back issues, other titles in the range and special offers.