Arizona in 3D
book review
Reviewed by Timothy Dike
May 2013
This latest book in the 3D Warship series is this USS Arizona book. This one features the ship in 1941 at the time of her loss. As an added bonus the last few pages are printed in 3D. You use the provided 3D glasses to view the images that appear to lift off the pages. The effect is pretty cool. 

The 3D images show the ship overall and up close and personal with a realistic rendered appearance. In addition to the standard views, there are a number of views from a variety of locations showing the details not normally seen. Close ups of the weapons and fittings will prove very useful to the modeler. 

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Line drawings are also included on a removable double B2 sheet  (26-3/4" x 19") drawn in 1/350 scale. These are clear and sharp and give more than enough detail to show the ships vital parts. 

US Navy fans will appreciate this detailed 3D ship of one of the most famous ships of all time. The illustrations are top notch and will help you in your own superdetailing efforts. 

The book is in A4 format (8-1/4" x 11-3/4") with 88 pages. It is listed for €18.07 (About $23.16) on Kagero's website.  You can order this new book direct from the Publisher or from MMD Squadron or Casemate Publishing.