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  1. Hello everyone … I am finally able to throw a build into the mix. I will be using the Hasegawa D.520 that was re-popped by Hobby2000 recently. Of all the pre-war/early war French fighters these are the most Attractive to my eyes. I will be doing this scheme as its been on my wants list forever. Please feel free to ask questions, post comments or add thoughts. Dennis
  2. Im currently building the Buff/Chamois colored D.520 seen in Lebanon in 1942. Actually there were two aircraft, #’s 302 & 397. While studying the photo’s of the two buff/Chamois colored aircraft seen in Lebanon. One (302) definitely has a broad stripe on top of the port wing. I am assuming its some sort of ID stripe as it wouldn't make much sense to camouflage these like this then add a single wide stripe to one or both wing tops ? Im not sure I can post the open photo’s. So if someone needs/wants to double check/verify my thoughts I will send the photos via D/M. Did the French have/use theater I.D. Bands on top of the wings post Vichy use ? Or were these actually camouflaged and we’ve been wrong all these years ? Please if anyone can help it would be most gratefully acknowledged. Dennis
  3. It's 1958 and the US Marines land in Lebanon on July 15th (until October 25th 1958) to start Peacekeeping duties. At this point I'm jsut a few months old. I shall try to depict a scene from images I'm collecting. This kit was originally destined for a Vietnam scene but this GB came up and I though ...... Why not! Finding a project that utilizes part of my existing Stash and fits the timeline for 1958 was'nt straight-forward as it was a relatively quiet yer otherwise.
  4. One of four passing through Prestwick on delivery.
  5. My Tamiya Leclerc as seen serving with UNIFIL in Southern Lebanon, 2006. Kit was built OOB with the omission of the extra fuel tanks as per references of UNIFIL Leclercs, and the Decals are from Echelon's set; UNIFIL Leclercs, which is an excellent, well researched decal set.
  6. Hi, A friend of mine want to build a hunter with lebanon marks. Someone knows if exists a decal sheet for this scheme ? TIA, Bunger
  7. AK Interactive - Weathering Magazine - Issue 2 The 2nd issue of the AK Interactive weathering magazine is now available in the UK. The first issue sold out very quickly and we are unable to get anymore so if you would like a copy of issue 2 we would suggest ordering quickly. Issue 2 concentrates on the appplication of Dust, Dirt and Earth and once again has some stunning pieces from Mig Jimenez. It contains 63 colour pages. This time we will study the effects of Dust and Dirt using a wide range of products and painting techniques demonstrated by some of the world's best modelers. The magazine explains in depth how to apply these effects on all types of models including figures, helicopters, trains, sci-fi and of course tanks. We will also enjoy again the company of our workmate Akatsya. The modeler will want to collect each issue to create a bibliography of techniques, effects, references and inspiration. If you enjoyed FAQ2, then this is the magazine that you are searching for. Full details can be found here We have also received a selection of other new books from AK AKBOOK403 - AK Interactive Book - German Colors, Camouflage Profile Guide, Volume 1 - £20.99 This book analyzes original, eye-catching color variants and camouflage patterns introduced by the German Army late 1944 as used during the last year of the war, 1945. Throughout the 72 pages the modeller will find inspiration for the next project. The book contains more than 180 color renderings showing the many camouflage patterns used on common vehicles, and oddities used by the German forces. It inclues vehicles such as the Panther, Pz. IV, Tiger I y II, Stugs, Artillery Guns, Halftracks and more. A special section of the book will help us interpret black and white photographs, and also a chapter about What If and Paper Panzers. We also include a section where we observe taking renderings to finished models. The perfect complement for new acrylic set AK 554 German Late War Colors. AKBOOKLEB - Military Vehicles in Lebanon 1975-1981 - £25.00 In the 90 pages of their book the modeler will find hundreds of interesting photos full of information and inspiration. In this tragic civil war period there could be seen a large variety of vehicles in use by the different factions displaying many different camouflage schemes. This book will also be of great help not only for a model or diorama set during this period in Lebanon, but it will be a useful reference for ideas in other areas of the Middle Ease such as Syria, Iraq, Egypt or Iran. This book is a necessary resource for modern era warfare enthusiasts. AKBOOKP40 - Panzer Aces Magazine - Issue 40 - £10.99 This is issue 40 of the Panzer Aces Armour Modelling Magazine. Writen by the best modellers you will be guided though step by step processes as they demonstrate their techniques and explain their modeling tips and tricks on a wide range of diverse subjects, all shown in exceptional quality images. This first issue that AK Interactive is distributing will be dedicated to the latest Tamiya kits and Tamiya itself.
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