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Sci-Fi & Fantasy Models 19

Sci-Fi & Fantasy Models


Magazine:Sci-Fi & Fantasy Models
Number:19 | April 1997

Table of contents

Page 8
Forbidden Planet's crisp from the cellulose
Topical tempters from the world of must-have toys and collectables
Page 9
Review, 1:6 
Xenomorph by John Lane
Elfin's "Alien" kit review
Page 10
Review, 1:11 
Get off on this bike... by Bob Gould
AMT/Ertl 8928, Speeder Bike
Page 12
Review, 1:6 
Making the Mekon by John Lane
Reshape, The Mekon
Page 13
Review, 1:6 
Killer Vinyl by John Lane
Elfin, Cyber Ninja
Page 14
Review, 1:8 
The curse of the mummy's chariot by Bob Gould
Polar Lights 5004, Mummy's Chariot
Page 16
Creating new classics; setting new standards by Anthony Taylor
An interview with John Ulakovic of Janus Company
Page 20
Aliens behind the scenes photo special
Page 22
Miniature photography and set construction II by Rory Mcleish
(or how to make foamcore and cardboard your own special friends)
Page 25
Talking heads - a look at Pinewood's Creature Effects by Mike Reccia, Dave Openshaw
Interview with Cliff Wallace of Pinewood Creature Effects
Page 29
Scratchbuilding a Cyber-setting by Bob Gould
Down-trodden, downtown Old Detroit (RoboCop)
Page 29
Steve Begg on creating visual effects for 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea
Part Two: Creating digital drama
Page 33
Modelmaking as an art form - the unique approach of Martin Astles by Mike Reccia, Dave Openshaw
Interview with FX sculptor Martin Astles
Page 40
Aquanoughts Sneak Peak
SF&F Exclusive: a look at the development of a major new SF puppet series
Page 42
Tips & Tricks
SF&F Electronics Course by Nick Roche
Part 4: Practical applications using lighting
Page 44
The Derek Medding Portfolio by Mike Reccia, Dave Openshaw
An SF&F tribute to a singular talent (part two)
Page 48
A visit to Chiller Theatre by Winston M. Elizalde
Event review
Page 53
Editorial, 1:1 
Secrets of future ordnance design by Bill Pearson
Creating future hardware



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