The short story for this diorama; is these two bike repair owners, are trying their luck at re-opening their place of business, after the take down of the Libyan leader.
The 1st and 5th Marine Regiments of the First Marine Division would spearhead the amphibious assault by navigating a narrow channel with swift currents while dodging islands and any remaining coastal defense battery sites. The amphibious assault[...]
Once upon a time, in an age before cell phones, there existed a certain kind of airport with certain kinds of airplanes . . . The Stinson and Beech Staggerwing are courtesy of Mr. Terrence Davis. I had these kits in my build-project store, bu[...]
This is another small and quick vignette I made in-between my current major truck build. Yes, I have been doing quite a lot of them lately. I wanted something to take with me to the GGG exhibition in Sweden, in two weeks time. So I came up with [...]
I like dioramas that tell a story, catch an important snapshot of time, or freeze the possibilities of our futures in one fleeting moment.
I started this build as something of an answer to a challenge to build some armour, and that grew into[...]
Sometimes you have those builds that get out of hand, this was one of those. This particular build started out as a "paint mule" for my upcoming build of Bandai's 72nd scale Falcon that came out last fall.
Things quickly took a turn when my wi[...]
I am planning a truck diorama, possibly two. But I decided to do a quick build. I do not usually do cars, but I had bought the 'Revell Citroen 2CV Sausss Ente', to do a futuristic project, but decided not to go ahead with the project any more.[...]
After working on it on and off I am finally happy with the result. Hope it meets some approval from you guys. Enjoy.
this is my first submission to iModeler, and I hope you like it.
This tiny virtual museum diorama features Jasmine's awesome "skeleton" Hellcat. I've added an Eduard R-2800 engine - which is quite challenging - and other goodi[...]
I was raised in RI and was always in the water with my brother sailing in his boat. Maybe 8 to 10 years old. This was in the early 70's. Quonset Point NAS was part of a large, industrial Naval Base in existence since before WW2. It was on Na[...]