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Model Aircraft Calendar 2010
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A calendar featuring the scale model airplanes of Mike Grant.
Britain's Experimantal Aircraft
eBook (ePub): $11.16
Britain's Experimental Airplanes carry a unique 'Raspberry Ripple colour scheme, this illustrated ebook depicts many of the types used by the test and experimental establishments over many years from... More > the Vickers Varsity to the Panavia Tornado and the BAC 1-11 Eurofighter radar test plane. In full colour for the modellers< Less
Virtual Airplane: Modeling
eBook (PDF): $9.99
This eBook teaches step by step how to create a 3D computer model of a historical aircraft. It also contains an introduction to the modeling program (Blender 3D). This is a basic guide, so you can... More > start to read it as a beginner, and you will finish on a solid intermediate level. It is an excerpt from larger publication, but also a complete book on its own. This third edition describes Blender 2.7. To learn more about "Virtual Airplane" and get free trials, visit *>> www.airplanes3d.net< Less
Model Ship Building for Beginners
eBook (ePub): $7.97
Model ships often require a delicate hand to build as parts can be very tiny. Plastic model ships come with airplanes or anti-aircraft guns, while wooden ships come with string, oars, rigging and... More > more. Some basic model ships are easy to build, but model ships tend to be much more challenging to build than other types of models. However, whether you're a beginning builder or a seasoned expert, you can learn how to build model ships Scroll up... and click on "Buy Now" to deliver almost instantly to your iPad or other reading device.< Less
Paper Models on the World Wide Web, volume 1
eBook (PDF): $3.91
If are you looking for an inexpensive, quiet and creative hobby? If you do like to work with your hands? Then start card modelling! The use of paper or card stock to make models is hundreds of years... More > old, and is enjoyed by people around the world. Subjects for card models are as diverse as aircraft, buildings, trains, vehicles and even animals, and the tools can be as simple as a hobby knife, a cutting surface, and some white glue. Many companies and individuals are now selling or freely offering kits in digital form, and a new generation of designers is creating models using computer-aided-design programs. What you need is a printer, some paper (> 200 gr.) and a link to the internet. This book is not a manual, but is a guide to internet pages where you can download models ( in PDF format) for free. You will find images from models with an internet address on the bottom of the page.< Less
Multi-Model Pilot Projection Comparison
eBook (PDF): $5.99
For those interested in only a portion of the "full model" report from Audries Aircraft Analysis, the website is making available each part of the four part report. This is the fourth part,... More > which is Pilot Demand compared among pilot demand extrapolation from Boeing, Airbus, Embraer, and FAA industry fleet projections, and the composite model. It also includes industry retirement numbers from the website to build a more complete pilot demand model from the fleet projections.< Less
ANTONY PAPER MODEL COLLECTION
eBook (PDF): $8.75
build your own aircraft model from paper, just print it on 200gr paper, cut, fold and combain it piece by piece.
Virtual Airplane: Preparations
eBook (PDF): $4.99
This eBook teaches how to prepare and verify scale drawings of a historical aircraft. This guide may be interesting for both "3D" and traditional modelers. It is an excerpt from larger... More > publication, but also a complete book on its own. This third edition describes GIMP 2.8 and Inkscape 0.48. To learn more about “Virtual Airplane” and get free trials, visit *>> www.airplanes3d.net< Less
eBook (PDF): $19.50
"Virtual Airplane" describes in a step-by-step manner how to create the airplane shown on its cover. This guide starts with the very basics (I assume that the Reader may know nothing about... More > the CG), but finishes on the intermediate level. It reveals many tricks used by CG artists. This second edition describes Blender 2.69. To learn more and get free trials, visit *>> www.airplanes3d.net< Less
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