First up Airfix’s Rommel converted to USS Richard E Byrd 1/600 scale. Both were of the Charles Adams class DDG, with differences in radar and mast layout. Second- Zvezda’s November class nuclear submarine.1/350 scale Third- Revell’s reissue of Renwal’s toy […]
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Hello, colleagues! I offer my model. The kit from Zvezda is very well known over here. Many had begun their journey in the modeling building it, and it is a nice kit. The model was made in at the request […]
Back to modelling after 10 years! My first kit after long time, making this one as a gift for my brother. Planning to make two more for myself – bis and UM version of Croatian Air Force. 1/72 Zvezda Mig-21bis […]
Ready for inspection. To be honest, I’m not satisfied. This is one of the worse model that I have made. Thanks everyone. Cheers mates!
MiG-29, despite being one of the most popular modern fighters, was poorly served by the scale modelling industry. Italeri’s kit, which until just recently was deemed the most accurate of the currently available kits (though it had its fair share […]
This is the companion piece to the recently posted “Last Orders” diorama. Again, it’s a Russian, winter-themed setting. The bridge figures are 1/35 resin offerings from Alpine and Stalingrad Miniatures. The German personnel are from styrene sets from Zvezda and […]
Hey everyone, I got word from a fellow in Russia that Zvezda will be releasing there new 787-900 series.
Right, you say, there were never anything like that…i think. Well, anyway, here they are. In the 30´s the Italian Fiat company desperately needed a new product. All in-house designs were deemed too…Italian, and thus Fiat ventured to other countries […]
Known to its crews as the “Peshka” (pawn), the Petlyakov Pe 2 was considered one of the best ground attack aircraft of the war and it was extremely successful in the roles of heavy fighter, reconnaissance and night fighter. It […]
I believe I won this kit in a raffle as I haven’t tried to do many military vehicles, and this was one of my first attempts.. The M-3 was the product of the Wright Motor Car Company in Cleveland, Ohio, […]