Yesterday was a mid-season drive day for some of Arsenalen´s rolling collection. Although it was raining in the morning and then again in the afternoon there was quite a bunch of visitors. In the afternoon some chose to go home to watch the foo[...]
I finally finished up a kit that I've had in process for a while. It's a nice classic Tamiya kit I dressed up with some Eduard PE and storage on the rear deck. I had a lot of fun adding the adding wear and tear and chipping on this one. I use[...]
First post and first attempt at paint-chipping effect.
A local cable station had a mini marathon of John Mills movies, first was Ice Cold in Alex, a group of soldiers in an ambulance cross the desert to get to Alexandria, the second was the 1958 version of Dunkirk. Both a bit dated but I think they[...]
May I present to you the oldest drive-able German made tank in the world. Fresh out of the Arsenalen workshops this m/21-29 is now officially rolling under its own steam. Sweden bought a number of German made LK II in 1921. The story is that the[...]
It's built using Bronco's 1/48 kit and the decals are from a personal brand in China.
Just some updated pictures capturing the latest progress on the SBD. Most of the progress is resulting from application of Yellow-Wing Insignia decals and squadron/plane markings from the Trumpeter decal sheet. Lots of decal solution and heat [...]
I like old models and this is old Monogram with decals from french Syhart models
I always love this little jet in all it's variants. I especially like the attack version in it's all grey tactical paint scheme with low-vis markings. I recently found these old pictures of an old build. I do apologize for the horrible photog[...]
Built from Bronco 1/48 kit.
Yellow skin state.