Friday Briefing

by Rob Pollock on February 17, 2017 · in Uncategorized — 12 Comments


An Experiment

by Bert_j on February 16, 2017 · in How-to — 6 Comments

When mixing small batches of paint for hand brushing, I need that paint to stay “open” and workable for a decent interval. Heat from my desk lamps further decreases the paint’s workable time. In the past, I’ve used Windsor & […]


Revell 1/48 MQ-9 Reaper

by Andrew Frill on February 16, 2017 · in Aviation — 11 Comments

Fellas, Revell’s Reaper built OOB with scratch built intake and exhaust, and camera lens covers. Finished in Tamiya acrylics with decals by Caracal, Fireball and Afterburner. Andy


Announcing January iModeler Awards

by Editor on February 16, 2017 · in Uncategorized — 24 Comments

Let’s have a look back at some of the notable iModeler contributions in January. The month brought 118 new headline articles and 1836 comments – a very good month with many fantastic models on display. As per our tradition, we […]


Accurate Miniatures 1/48 P-51C

by Tom Bebout on February 15, 2017 · in Aviation — 26 Comments

When you get some time off, build some models is what I say. Seem to be on a P-51 kick right now and here’s my latest off the work bench. Had some trouble closing up the fuselage but believe it […]


2017 Build Plan (?!)

by Greg Kittinger on February 15, 2017 · in Aviation — 18 Comments

Well, just for the heck of it, I decided last week what my build objectives are for this year. Part of my problem is that most of my stash is stored in large plastic totes in the garage, and because […]


Model Show Eeklo Belgium, 05 februari 2017.

by Dirk Derks on February 15, 2017 · in Show Reports — 13 Comments

Dear Modelers, On Sunday the fifth of februari 2017 it was the annual show of my modelclub Eeklo. Eeklo is a city in Belgium. Situated in the province East-Vlaanderen. Invitations went out to clubs in Belgium and The Netherlands. It […]


Some of the Rules of Combat

by Gary Stevenson on February 15, 2017 · in Uncategorized — 8 Comments

“24 Rules of Combat” 1. If the enemy is in range, so are you. 2. Incoming fire has the right of way. 3. Don’t look conspicuous: it draws fire. 4. The easy way is always mined. 5. Try to look […]

Some Aviation Truisms (Please feel free to add any of your own)

by Gary Stevenson on February 15, 2017 · in Aviation — 3 Comments

Aviation Truisms. Blue water Navy truism; There are more planes in the ocean than there are submarines in the sky. If the wings are traveling faster than the fuselage, it’s probably a helicopter — and therefore, unsafe. Navy carrier pilots […]


Totally off-topic – A dogs view of life

by Gary Stevenson on February 15, 2017 · in Uncategorized — 3 Comments

As seen in a dog’s diary: 8am – Oh Boy! Dog food! My favorite! 9am – Oh Boy! A car ride! My favorite 10am – Oh Boy! A walk! My favorite! 11am – Oh Boy! A car ride! My favorite! […]