The Churchill makes for a fascinating modelling subject, with numerous marks and variants, including brideglayers, flame-throwers (such as the Crocodile) and customised assault vehicles (such as the spigot-mortar armed ARVE). There is also a wide range of kits and after-market accessories available from mainstream manufacturers: in fact, 2004 will see the release of no fewer than 12 full 1/35-scale Churchill kits, a sure sign of its popularity and attraction as an Allied armour modelling subject. This book provides a comprehensive guide to modelling the Churchill infantry tank across a range of skill levels. Packed with tips and techniques, it also covers the addition of figures and vignette settings, and some challenging builds of detailed Churchill variants.
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(248mm x 184mm x 6mm)
Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Author Biography - Mark Bannerman
Mark Bannerman has been modelling for the past eight years, with a long-standing interest in Allied armour of World War II and figure painting. He was born in 1963 and spent many years living abroad, before graduating in 1986 in Business Administration. He now works as a finance manager in the Department of Education in Halifax, Nova Scotia. He is married to Elizabeth, and enjoys travelling, sailing, golf and following European soccer.