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Blairmonster from John Carpenter’s “The Thing”

by George Tufnail on December 1, 2012 in Uncategorized -- 2 Comments

Okay kiddies. How’s this for a nightmare inducer. I had more fun painting this darn thing. I had to do a little surgery to it to make it PG13 rated, but that’s not really a big “Thing”. This huge lump […]

The first P40C restored to flight

by Tom Cleaver on December 1, 2012 in Uncategorized -- 4 Comments

These are from April 1998, when the first restored P-40C took flight, flown by Steve Hinton. Pix taken from the open tail of “Photo Fanny” out at Planes of Fame. This is the airplane pulled out of the forest south […]

November contest results

by Editor on December 1, 2012 in Uncategorized -- 15 Comments

The November contest is closed and we are proud to announce the winner of iModeler’s first online competition. The 3-week long submission period brought a whopping 180 models to our pages, many more than we ever dared to hope for. […]

A Sewart Seacraft 50′ Crewboat

by Bill Bailey on November 30, 2012 in Uncategorized -- 9 Comments

Back in the last century I worked on boats exactly like this in the Gulf of Mexico. For years I’ve wanted to convert the Monogram Swift Boat back into what it came from – a Sewart Seacraft 50′ crewboat, I […]

Accurate Miniatures F3F-1

by John Healy on November 29, 2012 in Uncategorized -- 4 Comments

This is my favorite kit of all time. 1/48 scale. I painted this entirely with Tamiya spray cans, except for the red cowl ring. The cowl ring was painted with a Testors lacquer spray can red that was an exact […]

Revell Starfury

by Brett Peacock on November 28, 2012 in Uncategorized -- 2 Comments

Babylon 5 kind of grew on me slowly. I was not really impressed by the First season (the lead was and is a Charisma free Zone) but when they “brought in the Bruce” the show really took off. This is […]

And now for something…Completely Different

by Brett Peacock on November 28, 2012 in Uncategorized -- 2 Comments

This is a 1/9 scale figure in Vinyl by Sol of Korea called Verona. She was primed with Auto lacquer primer in pale grey then airbrushed with Model master enamels, and finally the small details painted by hand with the […]

Civil War Horseman

by Jack Mugan on November 25, 2012 in Uncategorized -- 6 Comments

This was my first attempt at a large scale figure (and horse). I wanted to build this for my son-in-law who is a big fan of the Civil War history living a short distance from Gettysburg. This is a resin […]

What is iModeler?

by Editor on September 19, 2012 in Uncategorized Comments Off on What is iModeler?

iModeler is a new kind of online hobby community. Here is a short overview of what it can do.