Guideline Publications has years of experience in the printing and publishing industry.
We expanded our operation a few years ago when we took over the successful magazine Scale Aircraft Modelling. Since taking over SAM and continuing to develop this title we have also taken on both Military Modelcraft International and Toy Soldier Collector from their original owners. Guideline now publish these titles along with a number of "Warpaint" and other aviation books.
Guideline prides itself on high quality publishing, and we're sure if you take a look at any of our titles you'll agree when it comes to hobby publications you need look no further than Guideline.
Now in our 34th year of publication; copied but never bettered. No pretensions, no unsubstantiated claims, just good honest information presented in an enjoyable and easy-to-read format.
Bringing you the best the modelling world has to offer!
Military Modelcraft International is the 'Magazine for Modellers by Modellers'. It covers all aspects of military modelling, including dioramas, figures, armour and all types of military vehicles. While concentrating on the last hundred years of military history, recent issues have covered subjects from Operation Iraqi Freedom to ancient Greece.
Toy Soldier Collector & Historical Figures is the UK's favourite magazine dedicated to the fascinating world of toy soldiers and military miniatures.
In 2021 the magazine acquired Toy Soldier & Model Figure to create an exciting new format.
The combined magazine will be reborn bigger and better than ever by being expanded to 100 pages packed with hobby news, reviews, show reports and articles focusing on all aspects of the hobby. Readers can look forward to lots of insightful features about history blended with our hobby, diorama building and other projects, fellow enthusiasts' personal stories, building and painting model figures, and much more!
Fantasy Figures International the only magazine to bring you the best from the worlds of historical and fantasy figure modelling, the various genres of Sci-Fi.
High-quality photography will allow you to marvel and admire miniatures in detail, while the text will give you tips to help you to improve your painting and modelling skills and expand your own hobby ambitions.
Whether it's the combat suits and crawlers of the Maschinen Krieger universe, the dark visions of post-apocalyptic modellers, or the more traditional historical figure painting, Fantasy Figures International will have something for every hobbyist interested in first-rate modelling and truly inspirational miniatures.
Model Farmer and Commercial Machinery World is the farming magazine for all ages. Featuring all the latest news, reviews and ratings of farm toys and models from around the World, Model Farmer is the number one choice for anyone interested in farm replicas.
The magazine regular features articles on enthusiasts collections, show reports and contributions on all aspects of the hobby and more pages of model builds. A must read if you have any interest at all in farming and agriculture.
Model Truck World is the only magazine to cover all aspects of this hobby. It has an international readership, and actively encourages reader contributions, leading to a strong sense of ownership and loyalty by readers.
Model Truck World is returning to it roots concentrating on Model builds, scratchbuilding; plastic, resin and metal kit building conversions; practical articles with hints, tips and techniques; technical data, drawings, colour profiles, plans and photographs; painting and finishing model show reports from the UK and around the world and diciest collecting.
The Warpaint series was conceived by publisher Alan W. Hall in 1993 when he had passed the usual retirement age and his long-established magazine publishing company of eight fortnightly and monthly titles was being wound up.
Included in these were Aviation News, Scale Aircraft Modelling and Airfix Magazine all publications well-known to the model maker and aircraft enthusiast.
BRITISH RAILWAYS ILLUSTRATED, now approaching its 30th year and long known by its cheerful acronym 'BRILL'. Colour cover, 56 pages of text and, typically, 60-70 high quality black and white images.
There are maps and plans/diagrams in most issues. 'History with a good helping of nostalgia' is its hallmark with some humour thrown in; concentrates on the steam and early modernisation era of British Railways, 1948 to the 1970s (diesel and electric) but also features subjects and themes from the 1930s and the Second World War.
RAILWAY BYLINES, now in its 25th year.
A magazine celebrating Britain's Light Railways, Industrial Systems, Country Lines and Narrow Gauge.
Subject matter is wide ranging and the BYLINES in the title is very deliberate; homely branch lines serving villages and country towns, industrial lines serving mills, foundries, works, quarries, mines and ports, together with their often ancient locomotives and their correspondingly elderly and eccentric stock.
London Plastic Modelling Show
At this show held in Haverstock Hill School, Camden, you'll find a host of traders and exhibitors willing to chat and give advice to modellers and collectors.
Additionally, there are many club stands where visitors can talk to members and pick their brains!
London Toy Soldier Show
At the show, you will find a host of traders with whom you can chat and get advice prior to purchasing.
You will be able to meet our TSC magazine editor and contributors, as well as fellow enthusiasts.