We got a chance to review the very nice "Landscapes of War. Diorama Vol.I” from the Greatest Guide series a while ago and we found it a really interesting and equally as informative guide. When we heard about the second book coming and received new pictures we thought you would want to see what’s new in our preview of Volume II…
New From Accion Press
Landscapes of War. Vol.II (English)
A-4 Softcover format
Index (English language)
Price: €38,00 from Accion Press.
We got a pretty good synopsis from the people at Accion Press and seeing as we don’t wanna make too much up here is what is promised in Volume II of this series…
“The second volume of a series dedicated to how to make dioramas; different kinds of natural landscapes that became the war scenarios during WWII.
On this occasion, we travel to Tunisia, where the German forces were under the grip of the British and the U.S Army in order to recreate the scenery known as Wadi and Palm trees.
The reader also will be able to travel to The Ardennes, Hurtgen Forest, Belarus or the well-known Bocage in Normandy where will learn how to depict a number of natural elements available on those landscapes of war. The latest techniques and the best materials to make a simple base, palm trees, ice, icicles, mushrooms, mosses, lichens, water, ivy, ferns and numerous water courses.”
2.- ROMMEL IN TUNISIA Wadi and Palm trees
46.- BASE (GROUND) GRASS-Stones DIRECT APPLICATION, MODEL SCENE/AMMO PRODUCT ON A SIMPLE BASE
56.- THE ARDENNES ICE AND ICICLES
70.- THE ARDENNES -The Ardennes autumn
92.- HURTGEN FOREST, autumn, 1944 Mushrooms, mosses and lichens
114.- BELARUS - SEPTEMBER 1944
ROCKY BASE WITH NUMEROUS WATER COURSES 138.- IVY: ALWAYS PRESENT
172.- NORMANDY “The Bocage”
200.- Thematic Index
This book is now available from the Accion Press website