Modeling by Ulf Lundberg


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. Stabsfeldwebel Enrico Schade, who […]


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 […]


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 […]


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, […]


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. I got the tip from my German ship modeling […]


Highlights from Zeiskam

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

The 27th and the 28 February PMC Südpfalz, 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, […]


My workbench.

by Ulf Lundberg on January 23, 2016 in Uncategorized -- 20 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 […]


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 […]


Superbattleship Yomata in 1:1375.935

by Ulf Lundberg on May 31, 2015 in Ships -- 8 Comments

The Yomata was the follow up of the Yamato-Class battleships. She was launched on the 30, February 1944 and commissioned on the 29 June 1945. On the 6, of August 1945 she shot down the Enola Gay with her infra […]


Le Terrible in 1:350.

by Ulf Lundberg on May 24, 2015 in Ships -- 10 Comments

Le Terrible was one of six destroyers of the Fantastique class. They lived up to their names, in the sense that they all had very impressive speeds and impressive armament. Le Terrible was launched in 1933 and in 1935 she […]