If you are a regular guest on iModeler you'd already know that improvements to our platform happen frequently, and for the most part without ado. But once in a while we're launching a major upgrade that aims at bringing the experience of your iM[...]
The savaging and ultimate survival of the USS Franklin (CV-13) is a story of Naval infamy and legend. Legendary insofar as her crew performed miracles to keep the ‘Big Ben’ afloat, and infamous that they did so despite their Captain, Leslie Ge[...]
Hello all I would like to share some pics (which I hope do justice to the real thing ) of RAAF super hornet A44-210 in 1/48 scale as it was during Operation Okra. Some of the additions to this model are eduard photo etch cockpit, modified Aries[...]
Another one bites the dust...
This is a very very very old model from Italeri, 1/35 scale, with handmade Zimmerit.
The model represent a panzerjäger Elefant belongs to Kampfgruppen Ulbricht, 1944. This one came from I/653 Pz.Jäger Company. A te[...]
Accurate Miniatures kit and Bringuier Aviation Products resin wing. The plane was operated by No.2 Squadron June 1942. Updates to the kit included Ultracast seat and exhausts, Squadron vacuform canopy, and Master gun barrels. I separated the [...]
Wing Commander Douglas Bader receives some help dismounting from his personal Mk V Spitfire 'Lord Lloyd 1'. Photo taken on March 18th, 1941 after Bader returned to Tangmere, England, following an offensive sweep into Northern France.
This is my final project from 2018 which I finished in the new year but have only just photographed. The back story is a village in N Europe in 1944. Damaged in the fighting in 1940, the war revisits the village during the German retreat.
For the past few weeks I've usually gotten one more swing arm for the LUT up each weekend, with corresponding work to the pad base. But for the past several days the pad and the mobile launcher have taken a back seat to improvements to the AMT [...]
This is a model that I finished up a few days ago. It also happens to be my favorite Japanese fighter from the War. It's so elegant and streamlined.............. I call it the "Japanese Spitfire".
The Tamiya model fit together perfectly, and[...]
Well here is progress on my AMT Silhouette, this time pictures taken with my trusty digital camera and processed with "pictures" on my new MacBook Air. The iPad...well I should have liked it, but I hated it! Well hate is strong, I just didn't [...]
Good Evening Guys ,
I joined to get back in to model making once again , after a long break . You may have noticed I haven't posted anything yet this is due to these 'old Ladies " , now we have almost come to the end of restoration I can get bac[...]