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Which E-Books would you buy? Your opinion matters!
ipmsusa2 posted a topic in General ModelingHi all, In an effort to provide Modelbuilding Guides...step by step kit builds...that y'all both want and will buy, I present a list of possible future subjects for your consideration. All subjects will be available in printable PDF format. There will also be a link to sites for epub and mobi formats for those who prefer alternatives. Look over the list and let me know the projects you can't do without. #1 Atlantis 1/48 JN-4D Jenny (repop of Lindberg kit. #2 Academy1/48 MiG-21PF Fishbed D #3 Trumpeter 1/48 MiG-15 #4 Hasegawa 1/48 F/A-18 Super Hornet #5 Encore & Trumpeter A-37B (kit build comparison e-book) #6 Revell 1/48 Arado AR-234 #7 Monogram 1/48 Do-635 Conversion #8 Williams Bros 1/32 F9C Sparrowhawk #9 AmTech 1/48 Hs-123B 10 Accurate Miniatures 1/48 SBD-1 11 Accurate Miniature 1/48 SBD-5 12 Accurate Miniatures 1/48 P-51B 13 Academy 1/72 PBY-5 14 Hobbycraft 1/48 DeHavilland Beaver on Floats 15 Accurate Miniatures 1/48 F3F 16 Revell 1/48 PT-17 Note that some of these projects may be incorporated into vignettes or dioramas for a better appearance. Finally, if there is a subject you would like to see as a Modelbuilding Guide that isn't on this list, don't hesitate to let me know. Richard Marmo
Calling All Opinions!
ipmsusa2 posted a topic in General ModelingHi all, At the risk of wearing everyone out asking for opinions, I have finished revising my Scaleworld website...at least until your opinions show up. I'd appreciate it if y'all would check out the site...you can find it HERE...and need your opinions/critiques on it's overall appearance, how it works and more. Please be as specific as possible. Thanks in advance.
New E-Book Is AvailableI am proud to announce that my latest E-book is now available. The attached image should give you all the information. Any questions, don't hesitate to reply in this thread or send me a private message. And since a functioning hyperlink can't be inserted into an image, here are working links for your choice of E-book formats at smashwords.com or a printable PDF at scalepublications Now, who do I contact to submit a review copy?
New E-Book From Richard Marmo Coming SoonJust a quick post to let y'all know that my latest Marmo Modelbuilding Guide will be available within the next few days. #9 in the series, this one focuses on the 1/32nd Revell AH-!G HueyCobra. That's right, the one first released in 1967 and still the only 32nd scale kit ever produced of the original AH-1G design. The Guide adds a Cobra Company aftermarket cockpit and rocket pods, along with a scratchbuilt revetment wall to form a Viet Nam vignette. One more thing. The Guide subject wears the familiar SEA three tone camouflage. As far as I've been able to determine, only four Cobras ever carried that scheme.