Once again it is time for our monthly retrospective - a look back at some of the notable articles posted at this site during January. This was a month, our community added another 203 new articles to iModeler, prompting an impressive 2,655 comme[...]
I like to taste the wine
I swore to save the King
Two jewels I am devolted to
When the darkness closes in
I kneel before you, Arthur
For you I risk my life
I am your protector…
Well, ok… I’ll no further quote Grave Digger’s song “Lancelot” from [...]
Goodday to all ,
This is the 1/35 scale model of the Malaysian armor variant which is the ACV-300 Adnan (IFV Sharpshooter 25mm M242 Bushmaster) modified from the AFV Club model kit serial code AF35016 (Nato AIFV). The Malaysian variant has som[...]
We learned to like and enjoy Plasmo's model construction videos on Youtube, and this one, featuring 1/48 Trumpeter DC-3 in Alaska Airlines livery is no exception.
However, I found this video special because it provides a more or less complete g[...]
‘Friendly fire’ (in this case quite literally) was a huge problem when organising bomb runs on the massive scale that Bomber Command executed in the war with Nazi Germany. These photos, taken on February 15th, 1943 in Scampton Airfield, Englan[...]
IDF Merkava II - 1/35 from Academy Models
I always wanted to build a WWI era aeroplane. However, the idea of rigging it put me off until I saw this kit from Airfix. Easy kit, very good detail and a not so complicated rigging.
So I decided to give it a go.
I've learned a few new (for me [...]
9th Armored Division technician Alvin Harley with a little French girl on 14th February, 1945.
The traumatic evacuation of Singapore against the overwhelming might of the Japanese imperial Army in February[...]
Flown by Lt. Elias Kuhlein of II./JG 51 Radomir, Bulgaria 1944. Extra detailing added to cockpit using some Aires resin and parts I made. The wheel wells, drop tank and rack, also received additional work.
17,500 feet down, with 140 of her crew still aboard. Lost at the Battle of Santa Cruz, the last US fleet carrier lost in combat.
Also here is the first report:
I found this on ebay, along Aurora's MBT 70,[which I have already built]. The M8 was based on the M41 Walker bulldog chassis, It was developed in the 1950s. Don't no much more about its operational use.Now I have something to resupply the M109 P[...]