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Francois Verlinden’s famous scene built around the Tamiya Flak 36 and the MDA Rathaus, is my all-time favourite diorama. So when I began my series of Verlinden-Inspired ‘Legacy Builds’ at the start of lockdown, I knew that I would have to build a cover version of this diorama as part of the collection. Here is that reimagined scene…
In the second of our head-to-head builds, we tackle the Tamiya and Italeri Land Rovers…
This was a really fun build that resulted in a model that I really like. But more than that, it was a great project to not only build my model, but also see what Jonathan had come up with using Italeri’s kit as a base.
With the UK shutdown now in its first week, we have been supplied with a list of the WH Smiths branches that are currently open for you to purchase Model Airplane International, as well as other group titles from Doolittle Media, such as Model Military, Military Illustrated and Tamiya Magazine. Here is the list as it stands, but please be aware that this could change as the situation regarding Covid 19 develops over the coming weeks. Obviously, this is a very difficult time for all publishers, so if you can grab your copies from these branches and are not in any way placing yourself or anyone else in harm’s way, please do. If not, please visit the Doolittle Media website where you can take out subscriptions, both printed, or digital so that you can keep with your favourite magazines during this difficult time.
Here is the Doolittle website where you can fine plenty more information: