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Phoenix Scale Modelling – July 2022

Phoenix Scale Modelling - July 2022

Phoenix Scale Modelling - July 2022

Phoenix Scale Modelling – July 2022
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At the moment, here at PSM were a riding the exciting wave of 3D printed models and accessories. I know I alluded to how popular this area of our hobby was becoming in a previous issue, and the range and variety of subject matter that is coming available is quite staggering! One thing that has surprised me though is the scale of some of the figures we are featuring in our pages. And by scale, I not only mean the amount available, but also the actual size and detailing on some of these figures. This month we are privileged to have not one, but two absolutely stunning 1:6, full 3D printed figures from master modeller Ivan Gilbert.Both are from the ‘Caped Crusaders’ world, and feature ‘Knightmare Batman’ and for me an incomparable version of ‘Mr Freeze’, both superbly detailed and wonderfully painted. To say this is one of the ‘coolest’ figures I have seen is an understatement and shows just what you can now do with a 3D printer and a little imagination! We will be featuring more of Ivan’s work in future issues of PSM, and next month we have another full figure build of the galactic bounty hunter Cad Bane from the Star Wars universe from another master modeller Javier Abarca Miranda, so look out for that! Here at PSM we try to being a variety of subjects for your delectation and this
month we have a couple of unusual articles of bring you. The first if from Scott Taylor of the Scale Modellers Supply of a Spinosaurus, quite topical with the release of the latest Jurassic Park movie. We also have a quirky Tiger Models Cute Series P-40 Warhawk with an enigmatic pilot! Also, this month we have Jim Clark’s Lotus 33 from Tamiya and built by
Mark Thomson, along with a GMC Wrecker from Eifion Davies, and an A-10 Thunderbolt from Manual Magrinho. These, and all of our builds are presented in a style that is now
unique to PSM and Phoenix SP and was one of the core design principles we adopted when we first launched the magazine. So, I hope
you continue to enjoy what we have to offer and just a reminder that the magazine is also available as a digital issue or subscription with even more pages – something that no other magazine offers – on Pocketmags, or you can take out a paper subscription by going to our website. You can find details of both in this issue. So, all that remains for me to say is…

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