I occasionally modify kits for the fun of it. Here’s an example. Wheels are up, Buffalo and Wildcat style. I’m beginning to put together an IModeler Group that I hope will steer AeroKnow Museum friends in the direction of iModeler […]
The What-if Channel at iModeler
Had an AMT Ford ´40 Delivery van in 1/25 scale lying in my cellar since 2005. The quality wasn´t great and I had lost my heart finishing it right after opening the box more than a decade ago. The good […]
More anti-gravity vehicle.
This is a recon vehicle for a wasteland type scenario. Being imaginative here. 🙂 Anyhow, this is my 7th anti-gravity vehicle. I will be working on my 8th one very soon. I know. I am in a anti-gravity type mood. […]
Here is a What-if model I built some years ago. The inspiration for this model was put into reality after seeing Igor Sobolevsky wonderful 3D art station work called ‘Axiom Racing’. His 3d version is just breath taking. The scale […]
Yep. I am a sci-fi builder as well. 🙂 This build was inspired from a 3D artist drawing of a wasteland hover bike, I found on the net. The 3D drawing gave me the fuel to build something similar. But […]
well, the WW2 never ended and technology development continued rapidly. The hover tanks and particle weapons took the battlefield and everyone were going PEW PEW.
This is my rendition of a Skyraider in the use of the Royal Swedish Air Force if the Sandy CSAR concept had been brought to the temperate and sub-arctic forests and mountains of the Scandinavian peninsula from the steaming jungles […]
By 1972 a number of the remaining Skyraiders in the Royal Swedish Air Force inventory were re-designated from A (attack) to S (spaning) for the new role as search and rescue aircraft to operate over the Baltic sea and the […]
This is a What-if I made a couple of years ago in the markings of a Royal Navy, Fleet Air Arm Skyraider. The Royal Navy had in fact, operated the AD-4W early warning Skyraider, designated AEW.1 and flown by 849 […]