Panzer Aces 50: the best from armor modelling world

For the number 50, Panzer Aces is richer of contents than ever! The magazine is available and in English and in Spanish, printed in quality paper, at just € 11.

On this number you will find:

2.- DEFEAT IN 35MM 1/35 scale
A remarkable diorama by Javier Redondo portraying the efficiency of the Blitzkrieg in the early stages of WWII, combining in an excellent way three small sized, but highly attractive vehicles.
A classic Sherman with a number of transformations destined to accommodate a 17 pound gun. Luis Mercadal has chosen one of the rarest and most interesting vehicles, and he shows us his version executed with extraordinary results.
36.-Modelling lessons: PAINTING WITH COMPLEMENTARY COLORS 1/35 scale
José Luis López has taken a classic painting technique and has modified it for painting vehicles in general and AFV’s in particular. This technique is quite daring and advanced, and because of his skill, he has obtained some remarkable results, which will surely create a tendency with followers and all.
42.- PANIC IN THE ODERBRUCH 1/35 scale
Frank Bazin has recreated the desperate German defense along the Oder River, which was the final front line before the allied forces reached Berlin. His knowledge of the laws of composition and his impeccable modeling techniques has produced an extraordinary scene full of drama.
The Model Wash and Model Color acrylic paint ranges can be used in a technique where colors are “melted” and blended while still wet, pretty much like oil paint. Rodrigo Hernández shows us this technique, which can be used to obtain fast realistic results.


There are tons and tons of video-tutorials about scale models, dispersed on the Net. But only a few are truly worth to watch. We select the best and only the best video-tutorials: building, detailing, painting, weathering, dioramas and more.

We just finished to tag all the videos in our archives, and the first results is here: a selection of tutorials about the weathering in scale models: all what you need to know to give to your models the perfect dirty or dusty or rusty look!