Top 65 articles on scratch-built models and the art of scratchbuilding

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Grigorovich M-20

by Pavel Aparin on September 5, 2016 in Aviation -- 12 Comments

Because I created a set Grigorovich M-5, which was written here, it’s time to make a model of Grigorovich M-20. Essentially boat M 20 – M is a modification of the boat-5, but with the engine Le Rhone. The […]


Scratchbuild 1/43 Motorcycle VS-1

Hello! I present a new work by our colleague Vitaly Steputenko- motorcycle made from scratch. I beg to love and favor !


Limited series resin 1/72 Grigorovich M-5

by Pavel Aparin on May 30, 2016 in Aviation -- 22 Comments

The M-5 flying boat was a considerable success of the early Russian aviation. Commercially built from 1915 to 1919, it was used in the Baltic, Black and North Seas and the Volga. Modification with Le Rhone engine was called the […]


Dornier Cs II Delphin 1924 US Navy, 1:72

by René Hieronymus on May 17, 2016 in Aviation -- 10 Comments

It started with a kit but it ended as a complete scratch build. I stumbled across this kit from a short run manufacturer (Lüdemann) during a model show near Munich Germany. Actually it looked pretty well inside the bag and […]


Schneider Cup 2.0 ?

After the smashing success with the Red Bull Air Races, the Austrian company announces a reprise of the legendary Schneider Cup Trophy. This cup, which was once the meeting place for the world’s fastest piston engined powered air racer is […]


Reggiane 2000 serie III. 1:48 SMER (ex Artiplast) + scratch

by Gábor Szabó on May 1, 2016 in Aviation -- 21 Comments

Hi Everyone! I started this kit as an experiment as I always wanted an 1:48 copy af this little fighter, but beside SMER (Artiplast originated in the early ’60s) the only kit in this scale is from CA. I saw […]


Men, What we need here is a WAR WINNEBAGO!!!!

by California Steve on February 19, 2016 in Uncategorized -- 29 Comments

Why do I do these things? I have a nice selection of regular models. Sometimes I just go off on a idea and see if I can make it happen. Except for the wheels and fixtures and crew, completely scratch […]


No detail is too small (video)

by Editor on December 6, 2015 in News -- 6 Comments

Modelers will enjoy this new promotional video by Singapore Airlines. It endorses paper card modeling, and incredibly, all of the shown elements seem to be a part of a complete 1/20 scale paper Airbus A380 model comissioned by the company. […]

General Aircraft Hotspur series.

by Santiago Hrubisko on November 13, 2015 in Aviation -- 6 Comments

Hi to all, Again, a new series is finished. My father has completed the lastes Hotspurs. We would like to thanks as I mentioned before specially to Jed and Alaistar for his help on this project. Please find below the […]


Dassault Falcon 900

by Ray Seppala on November 9, 2015 in Aviation -- 10 Comments

Having served in the RAAF and worked on the Falcon 900 business jet used as a VIP transport at no 34 Squadron I had to have a model of one. At the time I started this project there were no […]