Here’s my rendition of the famous U.S.S. Indianapolis. It is the Trumpeter 1/350 scale 1944 version. It is mostly out of the box, with a Eduard railing set, made for the Academy kit, so it took some adjusting to make […]
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This is an old Inteleg Vinyl model from the early ‘90s, of H.P. Lovecraft’s most popular baddie, the Great Old One, Cthulhu. I have had this model for nearly 15 years, and finally decided to tackle it. The skinny legs […]
My last of model of 2015. 🙂 It could be better, especially painting part, but I am satisfied. This is my first work with PE parts 🙂 Feel free to comment, good or bad. Thank you.
My first model ship since my age was single digits, many, many moons ago… Trumpeter 1/350 H.M.C.S. Huron, ‘1944’ per package. I think that may be true as many features of the superstructure are more complex or not shown at […]
This is my first ship build and my second build generally. I went to make a build straight OUB without any PE sets. Colors I used are maybe litlle to dark, but I used colors suggested on the box. Hoping […]
Hello, its have been a long time since my last active posting here on iModeler. Beside the fact, there is currently not much time for modelling, i would like to present you one of my projects, that keeps me busy. […]
A diorama with the subject “Getting under way for Operation Ten-Ichi-Go”, Yamato’s last sortie in the spring of 1945. I made an effort to accurize the ships in order to depict them correctly as they would have been fitted at […]
Le Terrible was one of six destroyers of the Fantastique class. They lived up to their names, in the sense that they all had very impressive speeds and impressive armament. Le Terrible was launched in 1933 and in 1935 she […]
The S-Boote were developed by the german navy in the twenties and were built by the Lürssenwerft. Their long hulls with rounded bottoms gave them sea keeping abilities superior to allied boats, their diesel engines were rugged and reliable and […]
It cannot with the best of will be said, that the german destroyers of WW2 were successful designs. Their sleek hulls had far too little volume in the foreship to carry the artillery. It was bad enough with the single […]