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Wingnut Wings guide
Topic Started: Aug 27 2017, 01:09 PM (123 Views)
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This may be of interest to Wingnut Wings fans:

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We're pleased to announce that the first title in our Build Guide Series is well under way! Written by Karim Bibi, it will cover the Wingnut Wings 1/32 AEG G.IV 'late' kit. Not only does it feature a detailed step-by-step guide to how Karim produced his fabulous model, but also dedicated tutorials on biplane rigging, and painting wooden propellors. Also included will be a set of walkaround photos featuring the Mercedes D.IVa engine located at the Royal Museum of the Army, in Brussels, Belgium.


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Keep an eye out on the website, or our Facebook page, for more information about Building the Wingnut Wings AEG G.IV Late in 1/32 Scale. We'll bring you updates as soon as we have them to hand.


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