One of my colleagues once said “I like models with a lot of detail per square centimeter” – I like this quote very much. I have started my adventure with plastic models many years ago, gradually changing the scale in aviation – starting with 1/48 (you know, big is beautiful 😉 ) then moving to 1/72 (who hasn’t?) and now I am enjoying 1/144. With ships I am staying with 1/350 and 1/400.
Hello, Today I would like to present U-60 in its late 1940 guise. I have extensively reshaped and modified kiosque and the bow shape of the hull supplied in Mirage's kit. PE deck and limber holes came from Mirage's dedicated set no.00540025. A[...]
Hello, Last weekend we have spent in sunny Czech Republic attending the bi-annual Modell Brno event as a Shelf Oddity team. Organized by Eduard gathered a vast quantity of small scale models and modellers from many countries. Beside the all-tim[...]
Again, one of my older models - this time a B-123 – proj. 705K Lira (NATO: Alfa) – class submarine. It shows the sub in her 1990 guise. Building process was quite long (ca. 5 months) and although the shape of Maquette kit is fairly accurate, the[...]
Hello again, I would like to present a few pics of one of my older models – a Siskin from Matchbox. A few details were scratchbuilt and the rigging was made from a black stockings (nylon thread). Kit was painted using GunzeSangyo Super Metalizer[...]
One of my older models represents JB-2 Loon, #902 belonging to the newly formed USAF, Alamogordo proving grounds (later Holloman AFB), New Mexico ca.1948. The launcher with RATO bottles, front propeller, finer surface details and engine pipe pl[...]
This is my rendition of the early Vulcan B2 XH556 depicted as in No.230 OCU Finningley, ca 1962. The Pit-Road/GWH kit and excellent Fundekals decal set inspired me to tackle the Vulcan subject. To portray the early B2 airframe the kit had to be [...]