A little model I put together and painted over a few days. If you ever need a break from all the detailing and fussing over rivets, get a kit in this series. They are fun.
About finished with two builds, got to get them in the photo booth, meanwhile photos of my yout. First four, in and around Nimitz 1977, #5- Me and a Sherman, Marseilles Fr.1978, #6- berthing, 03 level, Saratoga 1976
Finally! With a handful of friends from IPMS Stockholm I finally can conclude this monster of a model to be done. It just took....a number of years....to finish. I first thought this beast to be an easy match as everything big must be simple to [...]
Finally, this one is done. I completed it last night....................
I want to start off by saying "Thank You" to David Thomas, for coming up with the idea, organizing it, and leading this Kasserine Pass Group Build from the Front.......[...]
A very old Italeri model, 1/35 scale, built out of box, with some little added, like barrel net, to cover the inaccurate gun barrel shape.
It could be said that there is a Sherman for everyone, with so many variations on the theme as the design developed over the course of WW2 and into the postwar period.
With so may to choose, both from manufacturers and their versions, one can'[...]
Hi new month,new model,well almost I have been working on this one for some months, keep digging it out and putting more on or a little more detail,thought I would put it up for show then I may walk away from it,I do this with my builds,put them[...]
Almost two years since I last finished/posted an AFV build... Well as this is written it's exactly five years since we moved here to NZ and by coincidence here's a Kiwi subject.
Tasca's superb Sherman Firefly Vc with kit decals and a few extras[...]
Much earlier, I posted my first armor build - a Tamiya 1/48 Flakpanzer. I am an aircraft guy, but after building that kit, I became interested in doing a few more from the series. Here is my 2nd armor build - a Tamiya 1/48 Sherman (early). Th[...]
A couple of shots of my British Army Firefly from the Allied advance on Germany 1944/45. I can't remember which model of Firefly this was? Any takers on that one?
Pics are from our local model club meeting.
I hope you armour lovers like it.