1/400 Heller Scharnhorst Battleship
Great old kit. No build issues. Real wood ‘veneer deck’, brass barrels and all railing PE fabricated from brass stock. My first battleship. Did have some AB grain turbulence issues when painting [...]
I was going to do the Typhoon class submarine as the 'Red October' to make the 2 as part of 'The Hunt for Red October' theme I was doing.
I then did not complete the Typhoon class as the Red October as that would have meant I would need 2 [...]
Very old and tiny kit of the minesweeper "Mercure" from the french brand Heller. I chose the ship to experiment a diorama using Andrea water and Pébéo Studio Acrylic gloss gel. I added El Arsenal photo-etched railings 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! [...]
This is my first "proper" build nearly 10 years ago after longer break from modelling. I chose 1/400 scale V106 torpedo boat kit from the Polish Mirage Hobby range. In addition I used dedicated Mirage PE set 008-40028 plus some [...]
A small one to get me started again. Masts replaced with brass tubing, and the rock is made of styrofoam.
This is a Uboat type IIc – U60 – in its late 1940 guise. I have extensively reshaped and modified kiosque and the bow shape of the hull supplied in Mirage's kit. PE deck and limber holes came from Mirage's dedicated set no.00540025. [...]
Again, one of my older models - this time a B-123 – proj. 705K Lira (NATO: Alfa) – class submarine. It shows the sub in her 1990 guise. Building process was quite long (ca. 5 months) and although the shape of Maquette kit is fairly [...]
Good day to all !
This is my first post regarding aviation subject lets start with a brief history of the aircraft . The A-400M "Atlas" was added to the Royal Malaysian Air Force inventory back in early 2015 after its purchase [...]
Greetings fellow modelers!
Some time ago I posted the Duquesne 1/400 from Heller ((link)) and I've already explained the problems that it gave to me, but with this one (which is for the same customer as the Duquesne) it was a total [...]