Airfix Magazines

By Brian Cameron

Anyone who is enthused by Rob Morgan’s comments can find a selection of issues on the Internet Archive:

https://archive.org/search.php?query=airfix+magazine&page=2

I remember many of the articles about converting Airfix figures (and have copies of some), often using plasticene and the use of a mysterious ‘banana oil’ to set it — I never did track it down as a boy. An excellent magazine which provided much inspiration. I was very pleased some years ago to meet the editor, Chris Ellis. I’m pleased to say that he’s still quite active, particularly in railway modelling.

About Brian Cameron

I've been wargaming for over 50 years, often solo. I've written lots of games and rules, some published, and articles in the wargames press.
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1 Response to Airfix Magazines

  1. Peter R. Barkworth says:

    Thank you, Brian. This is interesting information.

    For those wishing to see other bits of Airfix magazine, I suggest readers go to the Vintage Wargames site:
    http://vintagewargaming.blogspot.com
    It seems some Airfix conversions were also published in “Model World” and “Miniature Warfare” magazines too.
    There are more Airfix figure conversions at:
    https://manoftinblog.wordpress.com/
    and:
    http://afistfullofplastic.blogspot.com

    Regards

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