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Miniart 1/35 T-54B Early Production – Build Review, Part 3

As with the rest of this kit, this is a very intricate assembly with lots of parts. What you end up with, however, is an articulating suspension, which makes it ideal for dioramas. As mentioned before, you have the choice between two differen[...]

Miniart 1/35 T-54B Early Production – Build Review, Part 2

After we took a look at what’s in the box it is time to start building. But before you dive into the maze of sprues, I would suggest some preparatory work: - Take your Tamiya Tape and stick some of it to every sprue, labeling it with the accord[...]

Miniart 1/35 T-54B Early Production – Build Review, Part 1

If you have been an armor modeler for some time, you might have gotten used to certain givens – an abundance of German subjects, a certain lack of soft-skin vehicles, or an ever increasing amount of parts in the box. At least that’s how it use[...]

1/35 Mini Art Valentine II

This is my first tank. I prefer airplanes but this is very attractive and I couldn't resist.

“Covering Fire!”

This is a Tamiya M113 kit I built about 5 years ago. I added a Recoilless rifle off an old Dragon Mule kit and after market accessories from Black Dog and Verlinden. The figures are from Bravo 6 (resin), and are really good. The base is MiniArt [...]

Christmas in Europe

This is a story of hope, not just for modellers, but for their long struggling wives and partners who sometimes don’t quite ‘get us’. Who has ever been asked “Why do you need a new kit? You have heaps in the shed you haven’t built yet” or “Why d[...]

The Nursery

MiniArt´s MB 170 in 1/35 populated by Tamiya´s chooks. Paint from Vallejo´s Model Air range, weathered with oils. Fiddly model, lots of small parts.

SU-122 “Exploded View”

This is the new MiniArt 1/35 kit of the Soviet self-propelled gun, the SU-122, promoted as the 'Initial Production' version in their WWII Military Miniatures Series. MiniArt have released two versions of the kit, back-to-back - a standard kit, [...]

1/35 Revell T-34/76 1943

I think the model is Zvezda reboxing by Revell and Figures from Miniart. I know the figures look somewhat shiny. I painted them one night before the modeling contest and after that I neglected them. For the curious souls who wants to know what's[...]

European Tram – Warsaw Ghetto 1940

This is MiniArt's 1/35 model of a European Tram (38001), converted to a vehicle in the Warsaw Ghetto circa 1940. For specific details of the kit and the build, there's a WIP thread under the Groups tab, at http://imodeler.com/groups/work-in-prog[...]
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