One of the most inspiring areas to visit at the Moson Model Show is a long pedestal draped in blue cloth that that is the backdrop and the home of the figure competition. I’ll let the pictures do all the […]
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Continuing our coverage of the competition tables at the 2018 Moson Model Show, here’s the 2nd (and in terms of numbers, the main) gallery of 1/48 and 1/32 scale aircraft models.
Here’s a selection of sci-fi, steampunk and otherwise “fiction” models on display at the 2018 Moson Model Show.
Here’s a selection of automotive modeling from the 2018 Moson Model Show.
One of the great aspects of the Moson Model Show is that some of the less popular subject areas, such as construction machinery, egg models or even humor (can you spot all the humorous entries in this collection?) are represented […]
The annual Moson Model Show is a traditional gathering place for modellers from all over Europe. Wit the show just starting in the background, here’s a “teaser” selection of contest entries from the armor tables. Enjoy!
The annual Moson Model Show in Hungary is on this weekend, and the iModeler Crew is at the location! Please expect our usual photo report from the event, plus quite some more in the coming days as we have set […]
One of the most requested features at iModeler has been the ability to edit one’s own comments to articles. Unfortunately, it was not possible for us to deliver this functionality in the previous version of our software platform. Today, with […]
Today we are excited to introduce the largest iModeler update ever. For the last six months we have been working like crazy to pull all of this together, and here it is – the iModeler 2.2. This upgrade is the […]
Once again it is time for our monthly retrospective – a look back at some of the notable articles posted at this site during December. These days we are quite preoccupied with the forthcoming major upgrade to iModeler, so please […]