AK Interactive New Releases, Feb 2017


The ninth issue of Aces High magazine deals with a very special subject that had never received such extensive coverage before: modelling the military helicopters. Our contributors had again prepared a number of interesting articles, revealing dozens of tips and tricks that will help you to deal with various problems that you may possibly encounter during various stages of your own builds.
The modelling part of this magazine is complemented with a comprehensive article about the history of the military helicopters, illustrated with many excellent colour profiles and photos, just to give you even more inspiration.
From the assembly stages, through scratch building details, to the painting and weathering phases, the articles included in this new issue of Aces High Magazine will provide every reader with advice that may be useful not only for dealing with the particular subjects that this issue covers, ie. the helicopters, but also any other aircraft model kits.

84 pages


As an addendum to the regular Aces High Magazine issue devoted to the military helicopters, we offer you a special publication focused on one of the most famous military helicopters used around the world, the Mil Mi-24 Hind. Using the large 1/35 scale kit as the example, our editor Daniel Zamarbide guides you through the processes of construction, detailing, painting and weathering of a model of this legendary helicopter. The finished model is presented on a vignette containing a vehicle and figures, which creation is also thoroughly described.
To enhance your understanding of the subject, we also include a concise article dealing with the history and development of the Mil Mi-24, attractive colour profiles, and a comprehensive walkaround chapter, which comprises numerous photos of different variants of the Hind. In the last chapter you will read about finishing yet another Mil Mi-24 kit in a very special livery
Inspiration, reference material, and master modelling from our Aces High Magazine editor Dani Zamarbide – all of this make
our Hind Special the best publication on this subject for the discerning modeller!

140 pages