Panzer Aces 38 (EN)



2. SHOT’EM UP! (1/35)
Superb scene made by Rubén González, where he shows all his skills to convey a lot of information in a reduced space. The main tank of the story is a wonderfully painted Sherman Firefly.

24. FORD WOT3 (1/35)
Few camouflages are as attractive as the Caunter scheme is for the modellers, used by the British Forces in the first steps of the War in the Desert. Javier De Luelmo “Diesel” teaches us how to apply it in a pretty Ford lorry.

34. PANZER IV AUSF.F2 (1/72)
A model kit with such a detail cannot go unnoticed for modellers, even those who never built a Braille scale model. This is the case of Pere Pla who builds this good model kit and finishes it with an eye-catching scheme from 1942.

44. THE END (1/35)
Great vignette with a US G.I. guarding a group of German prisoners in Normandy. Excellently painted and settled, this little scene from Jordi Escarré transmits perfectly the sense of defeat between the German troops in 1944.

48. M-1117 ASV GUARDIAN (1/35)
Juan Carlos Toledo offers his interpretation of one of the most used vehicles of the United States defence forces deployed in the Middle East. The model kit has been detailed, superbly painted and placed in a small vignette to make even more attractive.

A big friend of this company shows us how to use this trendy technique to build and detail our model kits. Carlos Sánchez teaches us how to solder PE parts with a simple and easy manner.


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Panzer Aces 38 (EN)

Panzer Aces 38 (EN)