Representing reality in miniature.
A fit of over-enthusiasm a couple of years ago suggested it'd be a good idea to put together a diorama depicting a typical Jagdwaffe camouflaged revetment as summer came to a close in 1940 somewhere in the Calais area of N France as a base for o[...]
The Long Range Desert Group was a reconnaissance and raiding unit of the British Army during the Second World War. Originally called the Long Range Patrol ( LRP), the unit was founded in Egypt in June 1940 by Major Ralph A. Bagnold, acting under[...]
My last post was a Tamiya French Armoured carrier UE done in German markings, and again ive converted a 2nd one into captured German markings for a field ambulance. Its a great simple wee kit that is very versatile. The figures are a mix of Mast[...]
Hi, everybody. This is my first contribution as an article to iModeler. Some years ago I bought this Spitfire MK1a Starter Kit for my then 16 yo step son, but he never got interested in modelling. Anyway, some years later I found this when movin[...]
I haven't completed a background for this diorama yet All comments are weicomed Tom
While I DID put up the pictures of the finished Komet, the diorama was not complete,needed a few touches. Primarily a figure to tie it up. I found a beautiful ReedOak figure and i made some adjustments on the base and the position of the Komet. [...]
Made this a few days ago. What started as a project out of spite to myself turned out just fine. The RG-31 is available to be seen in a previous article,so I wont spend words on it. I used a peculiar L shaped counter add on which i poured plast[...]
Since the whole wip has been published here: , I will not add much word. Is is a work made on hurry for a friend, who chose subject. I'm not very happy of it, not a bad build, but to my opinion is missing "THE STORY" I simply find it cold.
This Is an old diorama in scale 1/72, I presented to the last Moson contest. Since I read some positive comments to the picture published in the Moson Report, i though would have been a good idea to give some information about its realization[...]
This is the Acadamy Ontos (which is Latin for 'the thing' - & was affectionately refered to by the Marines as 'the pig') with HobbyFan USMC figures. The base is MiniArt. The Ontos was a cool build but has zero internal detail which is disap[...]