The 1/200 Database at iModeler

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modeling in 1/200 scale

MkIV MALE 1917

This is the MkIV Male. The mark four had definitely significant improvements from the Mark one. Some of the main improvements were the improved armour and the re sitting of the fuel tank. A total of over 1200 mark four tanks were built [...]

Salvage of a wrecked submarine

This Nichimo 1/200 I-19 Japanese Submarine was a Christmas gift to me from my parents in about 1977 , or so. Over the years it’s gotten a little “ war weary”, dusty, and beat up looking. I was considering finally throwing it [...]

1759 ROYAL LOUIS

After 8 Months of loving this build, heavily improvising her with Dowels, ratlines, deadeyes and blocks, Cannon tiebacks and Cannon shot etc.. pushing my capabilities, my 1759 ROYAL LOUIS - HELLER 1/200 is FINISHED. 5 months of building [...]

Revell, Rescue boat Hermann Marwede 1/200

My second model. A bit easy model to assemble and a lot of fun with it. This time I diluted acrylic paint 😀 The only thing I didn't use is the modeling paste for gaps or putty. I noticed that some parts are not fitting properly so I [...]

1/200 Hasegawa C-130 Blue Angels

So, many many years after I built a 1/200 C-130 for my wife's yearly Christmas ornament, I finally got around to using the alternate decals in that kit to make a white C-130 the Blues flew! One odd thing about that airframe is that the two [...]

Jean Bart - Heller 1/200

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 [...]

Smit Frankrijk diorama – Revell 1/200

The old Aoshima/Revell kit revived with a bit of spare phototetch and a lot of scratchbuilding...

New CSM, LM and S-IVB parts for 1/200 Apollo 11 LUT project

For the past few weeks I've usually gotten one more swing arm for the LUT up each weekend, with corresponding work to the pad base. But for the past several days the pad and the mobile launcher have taken a back seat to improvements to [...]

Saturn V Mobile Launch Tower – swing arms

I got back to work on the LUT yesterday, intending to complete some piping, continue work on the launch pad support stands, and start figuring out how to model the swing arms. The first two were straightforward, but the third involved what [...]

Saturn V Mobile Launcherhard stand support pedestals

Most Saturn V mobile launcher/LUT models use the LUT to show off the crawler/transporter that transported the complete stack from the VAB to Pad 39, as shown above. As handsome as this, I decided to show my LUT on the pad instead for two [...]