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;Douglas SBD Dauntless [Aircraft Profile 196] КНИГИ ;ВОЕННАЯ ИСТОРИЯ Название: Douglas SBD Dauntless Автор:David BrazeltonСерия: plane Profile 196 Издательство: Profile courses Ltd Год издания: 1967 Страниц:12 Формат: PDF в rarЯзык: английский Размер: eleven. ninety two Мб Для сайта: Мир книгСозданный в 1940 году, бомбардировщик Douglas SBD Dauntless был лучшим палубным пикировщиком американских ВМС в годы Второй мировой войны.
The Tiger tank is one of the most renowned tank of global warfare II. either the Tiger I and its successor, the Tiger II, have been used as bases for different German automobiles. This e-book covers a variety of cars in line with the chassis of the Tiger I and II tanks in 1/72 scale. It offers a close consultant to modelling the fundamental tank types in addition to the Sturmmörser Sturmtiger (Tiger I variant), Jagdtiger (Tiger II variation) and the Panzerjäger Tiger (P) Elefant tank destroyer.
Smooth conceal 36 pages seventy seven complete colour pictures 14 Avions Dassault technical drawings This 11th installment within the remarkable LOCK ON sequence takes a unprecedented and entire examine the French equipped Avions Dassault Mirage V serving within the Belgian Air strength. gorgeous images is observed via very specific descriptions to aid the reader turn into familiarized with this enigmatic airplane.
3 giant sticker sheets with 1:72, 1:48 and 1:32 person markings for three Spitfire Mk Is, 6 typhoon Mk Is, 7 Bf 109 Es and three Bf 110s. each one portray scheme is depicted on superbly drawn color profiles and defined within the 36 web page guidebook with English and varnish textual content. the choice comprises the next aircraft:
- Spitfire Mk I (X4382) coded LO-G of No 602 Sqn RAF, flown by means of P/O Osgood 'Pedro' Hanbury, Westhampnett, August 1940,
- Spitfire Mk I (N3249) coded QJ-P of No ninety two Sqn RAF, flown through Sgt Ralph „Titch” Havercroft, Pembrey, August 1940,
- Spitfire Mk I (X4474) coded QV-I of No 19 Sqn RAF, flown by way of Sgt B. J. Jennings, Fowlmere, August 1940,
- typhoon Mk I (V7607) coded DT-H of No 257 Sqn RAF; Coltinshall, November 1940,
- storm Mk I (P3143) coded NN-D of No 310 (Czech) Sqn RAF; Duxford, 7 September 1940,
- typhoon Mk I (P3144) coded GZ-B of No 32 Sqn RAF, flown by means of S/Ldr J. Worrall and F/Lt M. N. Crossley, Biggin Hill/Hawkinge, July 1940,
- typhoon Mk I (V7504) coded RF-G of No 303 Sqn RAF, flown via Sgt Stanisław Karubin, Leconfield, November 1940,
- storm Mk I (V6941) coded WX-W of No 302 Sqn RAF, Duxford, November 1940,
- storm Mk I (P2923) coded VY-R of No eighty five Sqn RAF, flown by means of F/O Albert G. Lewis, Croydon, August 1940,
- Bf 109 E-1; W. Nr. 3367, 'Red 14', flown by means of Uffz. Leo Zaunbrecher of five. /JG fifty two, Peuplingues, August 1940,
- Bf 109 E-3; W. Nr. 1155, 'Black 11', most likely flown by way of Uffz. Fritz Mias of five. /JG three, Brombos, early August 1940,
- Bf 109 E-3; 'Black 1', flown via Oblt. Horst Tietzen, Staffelkapitän of five. /JG fifty one, Marquise-West, sixteen August 1940,
- Bf 109 E-4; W. Nr. 5153, 'Yellow 5', flown via Oblt. Egon Troha, Staffelkapitän of nine. /JG three, Shepherdswell, 29 October 1940,
- Bf 109 E-4; W. Nr. 1641, 'Black 6', flown by way of Hptm. Ernst Wiggers, Staffelkapitän of two. /JG fifty one, St. Inglevert, September 1940,
- Bf 109 E-4; W. Nr. 5159, 'White 9', flown through Oblt. Hermann Reifferscheidt, Staffelkapitän of one. /JG 2, Beaumont-le-Roger, October 1940,
- Bf 109 E-4; 'Black Chevron', flown by means of Lt. Erich Schmidt, Adjutant of III. /JG fifty three, Etaples, November 1940,
- Bf a hundred and ten C-2; W. Nr. 3560, coded L1+XB, staff: pilot - Hptm. Horst Liensberger, Gruppenkommandeur of V. (Z)/LG 1; radio operator - Uffz. Albert Köpge, France, summer time 1940,
- Bf a hundred and ten C-5; coded 5F+MM of four. (F)/14, Cherbourg, summer time 1940,
- Bf one hundred ten D-0/B; W. Nr. 3371, coded S9+AH, flown by way of Hptm. Martin Lutz, Gruppenkommandeur of Erprobungsgruppe 210, Octeville, September 1940.
The sticker sheet additionally includes accepted serial numbers for Bf 109s.
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Kona Cotton has a minimal amount of stretch, but it is more than enough to bring shape to the face. MARKING THE SCULPTING STITCHES 1. Use straight pins to mark the sculpting stitches. Move the pins around until you are happy with the placement. Pins 2 and 4 are indentations for the nostril openings; 1 and 5 will form the left nostril; 3 and 6 will form the right nostril; 9 and 10 are the corners of the mouth; and 7, 8, and 11 are couching stitches to hold the sculpting thread in place. Use the center seam of the head as a guide so the pins on the right side of the face are spaced the same as those on the left side of the face.
I do not recommend putting wire in the fingers of a doll that is intended for a child. I would make mitten-shaped hands filled with stuffing only, a fabric body with a painted face, a simple dress without buttons and embellishments, and hair made of yarn or ribbon. A young child will be just as happy with a simply made doll, and you will know it is safe for little hands to love. You are putting a lot of time and love into creating a doll for a special little girl, but you need to understand that the doll will never again look as good as it did the day you presented it to her.
The best part is hearing how everyone enjoyed the process so much, and hearing people begin to talk about how they’re going to make the next doll. Let your own creativity take over. Take your time to learn the basic body construction. When the body is done it is a blank canvas ready for your own creative ideas. Sometimes when I start a doll, I have a complete, finished picture of her in my head. I know exactly where I’m going, and it just flows right out. Then there are times when I think I know where I’m going, but the doll just demands that I make changes to my original plan.