ADH - How to Build Tamiya’s 1:32 Vought F4U-1A & F4U-1D Corsair Volume. 2 Brett Green
LIST OF CONTENTS
- When Tamiya released their 1:32 scale Spitfire Mk.IXc in 2009, they set a new standard for plastic model kits. Each model since then has seen incremental improvements. Just when you think the series can’t get any better, Tamiya goes and proves you wrong.
- Their 1:32 scale Birdcage Corsair was released in mid-2013. This was an outstanding kit in every respect.
- Tamiya expanded their 1:32 scale Corsair family with an F4U-1A in late 2014. This kit included several new sprues and offered a wider range of camouflage and marking possibilities.
- Tamiya has now completed the -1 trio with their new 1:32 scale F4U-1D Corsair. Once again, this kit includes a significant number of brand new sprues to depict the unique attributes of this variant.
- We can also marvel at the kit’s subtle surface textures, high level of detail, clever parts breakdown and accuracy.
- In this new book, we provide an exhaustive step-by-step illustrated guide to building and detailing the 1:32 scale F4U-1D and F4U-1A, offering plenty of inspiration with two different configurations and colour schemes.
- We have also a bonus Chapter on building Tamiya’s 1:48 scale Corsair family, offer some tips for painting pilot figures and include a helpful walk around of a Corsair under restoration.
LIST OF CONTENTS
- Chapter 1. Corsair Development, Variants and Close-Up
- Chapter 2. Corsair In 1:32 Scale
- Chapter 3. Tamiya’s 1:32 scale F4U-1A and F4U-1D in the box
- Chapter 4. Building Tamiya’s 1:32 scale F4U-1D Corsair Step by Step
- Chapter 5. Bent Wing Bird – Tamiya’s 1:32 F4U-1A by Chris Wauchop
- Chapter 6. Building Tamiya’s Corsairs in 1:48 scale by Brett Green
- Appendix 1 – After-Market Accessories and Decals
- Appendix 2 – References