The First World War caused an advance in unprecedented weapons: the armored vehicle, the flamethrower, the tracer bullets, the chemical weapons, the submarine, the aviation ... Definitely, this conflict would change the way of understanding the war.
It is for this reason that we wanted to continue our collection dedicated to aircraft modeling, Airplanes in Scale, with a volume focused exclusively on the First World War.
Through some of the most emblematic airplanes of this era, several procedures and techniques are taught by each author thanks to many detailed photographs with step-by-step captions. In this book you will learn how to imitate wood, aircraft fabric covering, WWI engines or something very characteristic of these airplanes, the different kinds of struts.
In addition, as we close the book, we have added two articles that show how to paint two pilots.
This book is one clear and easy-to-follow guide not only for those who love the aircraft of the First World War, but for any modeler who likes this theme but has never dared to make any such model because of its supposed complexity. Many of the techniques presented in this volume can also be used in other aviation topics and even in other modeling disciplines. This is an essential resource for any aviation modeler.
Soft cover, 144 pages with more than 600 images in full color.