Guideline Publications is the publishing arm of Regal Litho, Regal are an established B2 sheet fed printer that has been trading since 1987.
With years of experiencing in the printing industry we expanded our operation a few years ago to encompass publishing 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" books, whilst also operating our original printing business (www.regallitho.co.uk)
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 32nd year of publication; copied but never bettered. No pretentions, 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 is the UK's favourite magazine dedicated to the fascinating world of toy soldiers and military miniatures.
Whether you are a serious collector, or somebody who just buys the odd figure, TSC is the magazine for you. With 68 jam packed full colour pages dedicated to the toy soldier in all it's many forms this magazine is the journal collectors around the world choose as their way of keeping up to date on what's happening.
The Warpaint series was concieved 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.