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Shep Paine articles

I found some scanned versions of the Shep Paine Monogram articles. Here is a jpeg and click here and you can download the
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Old 11-16-2008, 04:13 PM
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Heheheeeey! veeery useful thing here!
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Glad to share these gems.
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Thanks a lot for sharing!
These may be oldies, but nontheless still goldies .
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I read sadly, Mr. Paine no longer builds models??
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These are AWSOME!
I cut my teeth on these back in the 70's. These diorama sheets were included with the Monogram1/32 armor series models.

These were my inspiration.
Thanks for posting this..brings back fond memories..I still have everyone of these sheets on my bookshelf!
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James ... don't push me too hard or I'll scan/post the complete two books he published back in the ... when was it ? 80s ? 90s ?
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Old 12-27-2009, 09:24 AM
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I've got three myself.

How to Build Dioramas (first and second editions) and Modeling Tanks and Military Vehicles.
These came out between 1980-1988.
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good books had all also

I passed them down to a 10 yearold back in 1990 he still has them guys like shep and cookie really gave the hobby a boost in the early 80s
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