I´m born in the 70s and live in Stockholm, Sweden. I returned to the hobby 15+ years ago and discovered the new world with aftermarket accessories, multi-media kits, crisp figures and photo etch…..
I read a lot on the subject of military history and have a certain respect for it. I´m certainly not a rivet counter but do think it is important to make my scenes as historically accurate as possible.
Everything I build start as a model and ends in a diorama. I just can´t help it. I can´t resist telling a good story…..
Svärdet (The Sword) was a Swedish Ship of the line armed with 86 cannons. The ship was Claas Ugglas admiralsship in 1676. It was set on fire by a Dutch ship during the battle off the Southern tip of Öland then 1st of July 1676. 600 men perished[...]
"Endure freedom" title derives from the imaginative names of US military intervention such as "Iraqi Freedom" or "Enduring Freedom".
Miniarts T-55 with scratchbuilt interior. Dioparks Mercedes. Figures both resin and plastic. Bridge is scratch[...]
”Rest in pieces”
Unknown Liberty ship at Pearl Hermes Atoll, 1960
The Liberty ship was a class of cargo ship built in the United States during World War II. Though British in conception, the design was adapted by the United States for its simpl[...]
An oldie but Goldie. I built this one back in 2009. It featured on the cover of Weathering Magazine Wreck & K.O. issue. 1/700 scale build.
”After the battle, Halmahera, Indonesia”
Halmahera (also Jilolo or Gilolo) is the largest island in t[...]