Here is my Airfix 1/72 PR XIX. Like Magnus Fridsell, I am a big fan of the Spitfire and an even bigger fan of the Spit in 1/72. I will post more of them if you would like, but they are all on the Spitfre site. This one was built with Quickboost[...]
This is one of my more current buillds but still a bit old as I have not been able to buld much in the past few years because of work. This is the the Acadamy P-51B. I think the decals were Superscale. The paint was Model master OD green faded [...]
this is the Czech models 48 scale skyknight finished OOB with kit markings for VF-14. This kit was a lesson in using every tool in your tool box lol !
A complement to the recently posted video tutorial How to emphasize detail with pin washes, this clip demonstrates the some basic weathering technique using dry pastels or pigments rather than oils. Found on SMConsortium.
This was my grand adventure into creating water. I got pretty involved in the German S-Boat with a lot of aftermarket PE sets. I found a tutorial on doing water on the internet and gave it a shot. I scratch-built the buoy and seagulls and found [...]
Here is my rendition of a Legion Condor Messerschmitt Bf109E1 using the Eduard 1/32 kit. This is the aircraft of Uffz. Heinrich Windemuth, who was the last member of Jadggruppe88 KIA in Spain. He was shot down on February 6th, 1939 while attac[...]
My recently finished Revell 737 with Braz winglets. Nice kit, but needs adjustments. This is my first airliner, and I think it came out quite well!
I used cheap rattle can for the white parts, and Revell 31 for the nose.
Enjoy, and feel free [...]
Hello everybody on imodeler!
First of all, this is my first post here, and I think this is a nice page!
So, here is my recently build. Nice and easy, and it went together quite nice! I used Humbrol paints, and they were airbrushed. I hope you [...]
Washes, an important part of the weathering process were arguably brought to the mainstream by wargamers. Here is a 7-minute video from Wargamers Consortium to show you how to make and apply panel line and detail pin washes.
By Jack Mugan
Sometime last year at a model show I managed to pick up a new 48th scale kit from a model company called KINETIC. The vendor had a nice build up of the model on display and he assured me it was built right out of the box. I tho[...]