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Tips and Techniques for Model Building from Kits, by
Frank Mastini. Master model builder Frank Mastini puts on paper the methods he's developed over 30 years at the workbench. Mastini guides readers patiently through the mysteries of deciphering instructions. He reveals dozens of shortcuts: how to plank a hull, how to build and rig complicated mast assemblies, and how to create sails that actually look like sails. Along the way he offers pointers that will keep beginners on the right track.
by Milton Roth. This comprehensive guide leads the reader through every aspect of ship modeling, from how to scale-down plans and what glues and paints to use.
(paperback, 280 pages)
Includes three hobby knives with 15 assorted blades, aluminum miter box with razor saw blade, pointed nose tweezers, stainless steel spring-loaded needle nose pliers, aluminum awl, 4 assorted gouges, 2 screwdrivers, 3 mini drills, plus wooden sanding block with wedge. With wooden
Artesania Latina, the first of the European manufacturers to produce easy-to-build, generously-sized models, can be credited for
popularizing ship model building world-wide. Manufactured in Barcelona, Spain. Artesania Latina kits contain large plans and pictorial instructions. Artesania Latina kits represent a good value.
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