Hello everyone. It's been a while since the last model so I had to get things going. I wanted to try one of the ship paper models for a change, so I pick an easy one, or so I thought... The Anna Maria Sophia (aka Sir Pitschek) is pretty straight[...]
Hello everyone. This is the latest from the bench. The Heller kit turned out quite nice with the addition of some generic rails. The front mast was replaced by brass tubing. Some small additions were made to enhance details using copper wire and[...]
Finally got some time on the bench in 2020. Needed something small to get me going again, so I gave a go at the four-stack destroyer of Mirage Hobby. The build is OOB with the addition of some generic 1/350 railings. Hope you like it! Comments[...]
A small one to get me started again. Masts replaced with brass tubing, and the rock is made of styrofoam.
Hello everyone, while browsing I came across a photo of the wreck of SS City of Adelaide, and instantly I knew I had to give it a go. The build was rather fast by my standards, as I was more interested in trying new things like resin for the se[...]
Just received my kit for the March awards! Finally gonna sleep with an Italian beauty. Thank you imodeler and congratulations to all!
Hello everyone This is my first fully scratch built model and my first airplane. The Spin (spider in dutch) caught my attention while browsing the web and I fell in love. Normally I build ships, but this I just HAD to build. Needless to say that[...]
The old Aoshima/Revell kit revived with a bit of spare phototetch and a lot of scratchbuilding...
Hello everyone, this is an older work of mine. It is the Revell U-Boat type VIIC in 1/144 scale. I used the Griffon photoetch detail set, and 3D printed figures from Shapeways. Everything else (scaffolding, equipment, tools, crates, barrels, pa[...]
Hello everyone. This is my take on the classic kit by Revell. All deck details were scratch built. New winches, metal masts, nets, deck dividers as well as all the railing. The figures are 3D printed from Shapeways. Dolphins are made of miliput [...]