iModeler

Modeling by Ulf Lundberg

ulflundberg-170120-58826cc0d78a0

Pola. Part 2.

by Ulf Lundberg on January 20, 2017 in Ships -- 4 Comments

The Pola was the last of the four Zara-class cruisers. She was laid down in Livorno/Leghorn in March 1931, launched in December 1931 and commissioned in December 1932. The Zara class cruisers were considered to be successful ships, having a […]

ulflundberg-170120-588251aee18cd

Italian cruiser Pola. Part 1.

by Ulf Lundberg on January 20, 2017 in Ships -- 4 Comments

Hobbyboss’ Pola in 1:350 sucks. It’s the old kit from Tauro, that Hobbyboss has scaled up to 1:350. That means, that all the problems of the original kit, have been enlarged by one eight. In the process, Hobbyboss made some […]

ulflundberg-160920-57e103e261695

Focke Wulf 190 A8 at Gatow

by Ulf Lundberg on September 20, 2016 in Uncategorized -- 8 Comments

On the 28th of August, at IPMS-Deutschlands modelling show, I had the privilege to be invited to a guided tour of the FW 190 A8 that’s being restored at Gatow air force museum in Berlin. http://www.mhm-gatow.de/en/ Stabsfeldwebel Enrico Schade, who […]

ulflundberg-160719-578e7b1d97193

Build Meet, Annual General Meeting and modeling contest of IPMS-Kebnekaise

by Ulf Lundberg on July 19, 2016 in Show Reports -- 19 Comments

Kebnekaise, situated north of the Polar Circle, is the highest mountain in Sweden. (2097 m above sea level.) It is a sign of the popularity and worldwide spread of our hobby, that there is an IPMS club even in this […]

ulflundberg-160620-57682eb55c113

The Polish Army Museum in Warsaw.

by Ulf Lundberg on June 20, 2016 in Uncategorized -- 9 Comments

In May this year I finally got around to visiting Poland. The first stop on the trip was Warsaw, very much a city for someone who is interested in history. Due to poor planning on my behalf, the indoors part […]

ulflundberg-160612-575d9318d1014

Douglas A-20 in 1:48 from Italeri

by Ulf Lundberg on June 12, 2016 in Aviation -- 22 Comments

The Douglas 20, sometimes called ”Boston”, sometimes called ”Havoc” is a bit of an unsung hero. This, and its kool looks, were the main reasons I wanted to build a model of it. It served in the French, the British, […]

ulflundberg-160301-56d5f901e0b03

Technikmuseum Speyer

by Ulf Lundberg on March 1, 2016 in Uncategorized -- 10 Comments

In Speyer, not far from Mannheim and Heidelberg in the south western part of Germany, there is a great museum of technology, that I was unaware of until just recently. http://speyer.technik-museum.de/en/ I got the tip from my German ship modeling […]

ulflundberg-160229-56d4ad298a572

Highlights from Zeiskam

by Ulf Lundberg on February 29, 2016 in Show Reports -- 7 Comments

The 27th and the 28 February PMC Südpfalz, http://www.pmcsuedpfalz.de/news.php organised its annual model show in Zeiskam, a small village in the south western part of Germany. It’s a typical German modelling event, that is, clubs and individuals exhibit their models, […]

ulflundberg_160123_56a39f718f74f

My workbench.

by Ulf Lundberg on January 23, 2016 in Uncategorized -- 21 Comments

My workbench is in my work/hobby/training room. The workbench has three stations. The computer station, where I do a lot of other work as well, the building station and the painting station. This also means that I have room to […]

ulflundberg_160101_5686b0b7f0d8f

My 2015

by Ulf Lundberg on January 1, 2016 in Uncategorized -- 6 Comments

The year started with the build of my first resin kit; the French destroyer Le Terrible from Combrig in 1:350. A very nice kit of an interesting and beautiful ship. Then it was time for a relaxing change, so I […]