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@justinr Justin Rogers

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Started modeling cars when I was around seven years old till I was about sixteen, till I discovered girls.. lol Joined the Army immediately after Highschool graduation and didn’t get back to the hobby for almost seventeen years.. Picked up a 1/72 P-51 mustang kit and fell in love with the hobby and aircraft instantly.. later delved into and became totally hooked on armor modeling as well.. I manage a Facebook modeling group called ” WWI To Beyond Modeling ” and my personal blog on Facebook ” The Piedmont Modeler”.. look forward to to seeing what I can pick up from this forum as I’m constantly trying to learn more each day about the hobby..

Lovin’ Russian

Fresh from the Urals.. I have here for you one of my favorite modern Russian armor vehicles... Trumpeter's 1/35 BMP-3E IFV, and what a delightful kit.. I have built another variant of this vehicle by Trumpeter as well and it was wonderful to bu[...]

My ” First ” Tiger I

Hey folks... Here I have for you my very first Tiger I (early) I ever built.. Tamiya 1/35, a classic Tamiya kit that I feel still holds up to today's offerings without interior.. This was a really fun build.. I learned quite a bit on weatherin[...]

Bismarck Fun

Hello folks, This is my take on a very infamous WWII German Battleship Bismarck... This is the Old Lindberg 1/350 kit and I read and was told by others that this was originally released as the Tirpitz.. I'm no expert in ships or history on ship[...]

” Soviet Quad AA “

Hello folks, This is one of my favorite builds to date.. The Meng 1/35 ZSU 23-4 Shilka Self Propelled Anti-aircraft tank.. I'm a huge fan of cold war Soviet armor, I don't know why but I just seem to find it very interesting.. This was quite t[...]

The ” long in the tooth ” Tamiya 1/35 M41 Walker Bulldog

Hello folks, my name is Justin Rogers and I have here for you my second build of my very first armor kit I ever built since my return to the hobby.. Certainly everyone knows how " long in the tooth " the Tamiya 1/35 M41 Walker Bulldog kit reall[...]