How to emphasize detail with pin washes

by Editor on November 20, 2012 · in Armor — 2 Comments

Washes, an important part of the weathering process were arguably brought to the mainstream by wargamers. Here is a 7-minute video from Wargamers Consortium to show you how to make and apply panel line and detail pin washes.

Building The KINETIC F-84F

by Jack Mugan on November 19, 2012 · in Aviation — 6 Comments

By Jack Mugan Sometime last year at a model show I managed to pick up a new 48th scale kit from a model company called KINETIC. The vendor had a nice build up of the model on display and he […]

Need for Speed

by Jack Mugan on November 19, 2012 · in Aviation — 10 Comments

The Need for Speed By Jack Mugan Have you ever been browsing through one of you reference books and suddenly see a photo of an aircraft in markings you somehow missed before? That is what happened to me while reading […]

1/32nd FW-190D

by Craig Abrahamson on November 19, 2012 · in Aviation — 8 Comments

This post is more a test of Firefox than anything else. My very first post (the Z-M Skyraider) was done through Firefox – my usual browser). Subsequent articles were posted via Safari because the other one stopped working [well, maybe […]

Trumpeter 1/32nd F-105G “Wild Weasel”

by Craig Abrahamson on November 18, 2012 · in Aviation — 1 Comment

BIG model….25″ nose-to-tail – 12″ wingspan. Painted, marked and loaded to my own likes (which means it ain’t necessarily “accurate”). Not an ideal photo background, but uncluttered nonetheless – except for those fishin’ lines (gotta get that Photoshop thing down). […]

Gates Learjet 1/48

by Rickard Malmborg on November 18, 2012 · in Aviation — 4 Comments

This is the Revell (Hasegawa) Gates Learjet in 1/48 scale. Despite its age the kit is really nice, well ok you’ll have to live with the raised panel lines. This is my only airliner/bizjet so far and I built is […]

Tamiya A6M2 1/32 scale Progress pictures

by Brenden Guse on November 17, 2012 · in Aviation — 2 Comments

Hi, Hope you enjoy my progress pics. Not far to go now and I will be finished. Have been working on this for the past few months, on and off when I get the time. I will post more pics […]

Northrop XB-35 Flying Wing

by Craig Abrahamson on November 17, 2012 · in Aviation — 5 Comments

The XB-35 emerged from the Northrop manufacturing plant in Hawthorne, California and took to the air on June 25, 1946. Powered by four Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp Major engines which drove contra-rotating four-bladed propellers in a pusher configuration, the […]

Tiger in the Grass

by Walt Babst on November 17, 2012 · in Armor — 2 Comments

This is the AFV Club/Skybow 1/48th scale Tiger I . I am not an armor expert so I cannot speak to the kits accuracy, but I do believe everyone will agree it looks like a Tiger I and will not […]

1/48 Hasegawa F6F-5P conversion

by Dan DeSilva on November 16, 2012 · in Aviation — 8 Comments

I wanted to do a Hellcat in these markings ever since I saw the photo in a Hellcat reference, the Model Graphics book on the Hellcat. When I found out that Superscale put decals out for one of these VF-84 […]