Synopses & Reviews
Home computers and digital cameras have given aircraft and train modelers the opportunity to add a very creative and extremely enjoyable new dimension to their hobby. With fairly basic computer and camera skills, the models can be shown in their true environments. Images of aircraft can appear airborne and trains can be brought to life by the simple addition of smoke, steam and footplate crew. In this book the author gives brief tutorials on the methods he uses and many examples of the final results.
About the Author
Peter Morath was born in Cheshire, England in 1937. He developed an interest in the visual arts at an early age and was trained as a lithographic artist. He studied at Liverpool College of Art and has spent much of his working life in the printing industry. For many years he painted professionally in oils, holding several exhibitions and selling work to buyers from here and abroad. His other interests include reading, classical music, steam locomotives and aircraft; for some years he held a private pilot’s license.