Description - Modelling the Mitsubishi A6M Zero by Brian Criner
In the opening years of World War II, the A6M Rei Shiki Sento Ki, or Reisen proved itself to be a versatile and deadly adversary. However, with the quick development of newer, more powerful fighter types by the US, the Zero began to show its design age. With the Japanese military facing certain defeat, the final solution selected by the Japanese to defend the homeland involved the use of suicide tactics, in which the Zero was the most common aircraft type used. This title showcases four individual variants of the aircraft, from different time periods and environments in which the aircraft served. A variety of scales are covered together with weathering and finishing techniques.
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(248mm x 184mm x 8mm)
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Author Biography - Brian Criner
Brian Criner became interested in modelling at the age of nine when his grandfather bought him a model of a P-51 and told him he would receive a silver dollar if he built it for him. His interest has remained strong ever since. Brian currently works as a biology teacher in a small high school in southern California. This is his first book for Osprey Publishing.