Air Modeller #35, April/May 2011

Published: April 21st, 2011     
Front cover
Front cover
Reviewed by: Ed Kinney - IPMS# 2989
Company: Air Modeller
ISBN #: ISSN # 1747-177X
Other Publication Information: Soft cover, 66 pages plus front and back
Price: $14.95
Product / Stock #: APRIL/MAY, 2011
Product provided by: AFV Modeller


  • Cover Article..."The Perfect Panther"" - F9F-2 by Zdenek Sebesta on the Trumpeter 1/48th scale kit.
  • Hurricane MK1(early) - Pacific Miniatures kit by Jamie Haggo
  • The Martin Baltimore Special Hobbys 1/72nd kit by Andrea Vignocchi
  • Photo Gallery of the Baltimore by David Doyle
  • Hellenic Air Force T-2 Buckeye (2Bobs 1/48th kit) by Periklis Salessiotis
  • Bell P-39 Airacobra (MPar 1/32nd) by Daniel Zamarbide
  • Air Born...A listing of New Releases
  • SM79 "Sparviero" (Classic Airframes 1/48th) by Jean Barby

After having had the opportunity to review several of these publications, the best description for this would be "Class Act". They are printed on heavy stock with excellent color reproduction, and showcase some of the finest examples of model photography out there. Also, if you are a fan of exceptionally done scale aircraft models, I'm sure you'll recognize some of the names of the contributors found herein, and their work speaks for itself.

If you haven't had the opportunity to checkout one of these issues, you should. I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

Many thanks to AFV/Air Modeller and IPMS/USA for the review sample.

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    Cover article
  • Sample article
    Sample article

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