Modelling the Panzer IV in 1/72 scale by Alex ClarkModelling the Panzer IV in 1/72 scale by Alex Clark

Modelling the Panzer IV in 1/72 scale

byAlex Clark

Paperback | July 13, 2005

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Although not as glamorous as vehicles such as the Panther and Tiger, the Panzer IV formed an extremely important part of the German armoured forces during World War II. This title provides detailed 1/72-scale build articles on a Panzer IV Ausf. H in winter camouflage, a Jagdpanzer IV, a late-version Sturmpanzer IV, a final version Sturmgeschütz IV, and a Flakpanzer IV Wirbelwind. Conversions, interior detailing, kit-bashing, adding aftermarket figures and parts, finishing and weathering, plus special scale techniques are all covered in detail. A gallery section also features Panzer IV Ausf. H, Panzer IV L/70 (V), and Panzer IV L/70 (A) variants.
Alex Clark was born in southern England in 1972, but has spent most of his life living in the North East. He spent his early years building model aircraft, before switching to 1/72-scale amour in his early twenties. After completing a degree and PhD in chemistry, he moved to Newcastle where he now works as a computer programmer for a s...
Title:Modelling the Panzer IV in 1/72 scaleFormat:PaperbackDimensions:80 pages, 9.88 × 7.27 × 0.2 inPublished:July 13, 2005Publisher:Bloomsbury USALanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1841768243

ISBN - 13:9781841768243

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"I've got to say, honestly, I was quite amazed at the total content of this manual. From beginning to end, the model subjects, tips, techniques, and hidden surprises really blew me away! Definitely recommended for all levels of hobbyist, in all scales, I feel that every modeler can get some good from this writing.carefully written, with dynamite photos and text, Modelling the Panzer IV in 1/72 Scale deserves a spot on your library shelves!" -Mark Smith, Armorama (July 2005)