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No Atheists in Fox Holes

by Thomas Sweeney on October 25, 2015 in Diorama -- 5 Comments

Since this is he 70th anniversary of the flag raising on Iwo Jima. I thought I’d do this diorama Fr. Charles F. Suver, S.J. “The Jesuit of Iwo Jima” Fr. Charles F. Suver, S.J. “Mass at Iwo Jima” Jesuit Father […]

Leaving Sugar Loaf

by Thomas Sweeney on October 25, 2015 in Diorama -- 9 Comments

Sugar Loaf Hill was a small, insignificant-looking mound, barely 50 feet high and about 300 yards long, situated on the southern end of Okinawa. It was part of a triangle of strongpoints set up by the Japanese defenders designed to […]

Dioramas. Attention – the 43rd scale!)))

by Maxim Bylkin on October 19, 2015 in Diorama -- 19 Comments

Hello! This time, I want to present the work of another of my friend. He’s a big fan of 43rd scale! Enjoy watching!

Desert wreck.

by Paul Kirsopp on September 20, 2015 in Diorama -- 8 Comments

Hi all. Here’s a recent build of mine, it’s a Chevrolet gun tractor in 1:35 scale. It was a couple of firsts for me, first time with the rust and faded markings. The rust I found looking around a model […]

“Shove Off!”

by Rob Pollock on September 16, 2015 in Diorama -- 33 Comments

This Pacific diorama has a similar theme to that of “All Washed-Up”, posted here a few weeks ago. The Zero used in the earlier piece was depicted as part-destroyed, and, having the ‘missing’ pieces still to hand, I incorporated them […]

Protecting the diorama WIP

by Steven Bromley on September 7, 2015 in Diorama -- 12 Comments

And so after bringing my venerable old badger airbrush back to life and with an air can I painted the AA gun in field grey. Also seen here are the first stages of weathering. Hi folks I took these before […]

Protecting the power.

by Steven Bromley on September 4, 2015 in Diorama -- 7 Comments

OK I know it’s a long shot as I don’t if this ever actually happened but I’m currently building a diorama which will set a German AA gun on a platform protecting an electricity transformer tower. I still have some […]

Down At The Station, Early In The Morning….

by Mike Maynard on September 2, 2015 in Diorama -- 39 Comments

What would prompt a person to build a model of his home town railway station? Perhaps the nostalgia of train trips to Boston to attend a Red Sox base ball game as a child. Or maybe reliving the days when […]

Somewhere in the desert.

by Steven Bromley on August 31, 2015 in Diorama -- 12 Comments

Kits included in this diorama are tamiya 1/35 marine apc along with a verlinden middle easter house she’ll. Groundworks are really sand supplied courtesy of the pottery industry, vermiculite used to simulate rubble and deer hair for the small grass […]

All Washed-Up

by Rob Pollock on August 13, 2015 in Diorama -- 20 Comments

This Pacific-themed diorama includes both kit- and scratch-built items. The aircraft is Tamiya’s 1/32 Zero. It’s made two appearances here in previous incarnations; from its present state, this is likely the last. The Marine figures are 1/35 resin offerings from […]