8 results found for 'Andrew Lambert'
Issue 76 (1995)
Andrew Lambert puts all the little bones back into a Bloater, using a Masokits 4mm underframe kit and the Parkside plastic body.
Building a Parkside BR Ply Sided Van
Issue 62 (1993)
Andrew Lambert runs through the building of a value-for-money 4mm kit almost straight from the box.
Going Finescale - Upgrading a 4mm Plastic Kit
Issue 51 (1991)
It's been said in these pages many times that improving and converting affordable kits to finer standards is straightforward work, yet the question 'How do I go about it?' is still regularly heard around the demonstration tables at exhibitions, especially from new converts to finescale model railways. We asked Andrew Lambert to take us through the process step-by-step, and he did so with a Ratio LMS coal wagon.
Twenty-three step photographic tutorial.
Kit Bashing an Etched 4mm Coach
Issue 82 (1995)
Conclusion of a coach construction marathon
Kit-bashing an etched 4mm coach
Issue 80 (1995)
Andrew Lambert combines kit and scratchbuilding techniques to make an LMS Stanier corridor third coach using Comet Models' parts as the basis.
Kit-bashing an Etched 4mm Coach
Issue 81 (1995)
Andrew Lambert continues his blow-by-blow account of coach construction moving on to the underframe.
No.1 Shop: Improved Crossing Vees
Issue 46 (1991)
Andrew Lambert outlines his method for producing reliable 4mm point crossing vees, every time.
White Metal Open
Issue 67 (1993)
Andrew Lambert progresses from plastic to whitemetal, tackling and improving a fairly simple kit for an LMS five-plank open wagon in 4mm.