I have built a bunch of the "toon" tanks, planes, and ships over the last few years, usually as a way to decompress from some of my more intricate builds. I had previously built four Meng "toon" ships before and really enjoyed them, so when I [...]
Hello fellow modelers, This is the IJN Destroyer Asashio, my 5th attempt at 1/700 scale modelling. My first three 1/700 builds were just straight out of the box build, then I discovered the wonderful world of aftermarket super detailed PE sets[...]
Hello guys, this is the destroyer Ayanami who is veering to avoid a torpedo while an American torpedo bomber crashes nearby. It’s a 1/700 kit from Hasegawa with photoetched parts from Tetra model, the torpedo bomber came from tamiya. This diora[...]
I've had this old Matchbox 1/700 Fletcher destroyer model for at least 25 years. I had built it partway down to the detail parts and left it, as shown in the picture to the right (no U.S. flag). Last weekend I decided that I wanted to take on [...]
This is a scratch built model of HMS Diamond type 45 Destroyer. I copied the dimensions from a 1/700 kit times 3 =1.233 scale.The hull is calved from a block of pine,the rest is ply.I also built Daring and Dauntless to the same scale.
Hello! My first post here in iModeler! Though not new to modeling , here's one of my latest ship models I've finished. Trumpeters kit of Uss Momsen was used as a base. Mostly every detail was first cleaned off and everything was build up using[...]
Hello fellow iModelers! Looking at David's masterpiece model of a CV-6 Enterprise, and since there's not much ship models posted, I've decided to showcase my only (apart from several submarines) ship model so far. Arleigh Burke class guided mi[...]
First up Airfix's Rommel converted to USS Richard E Byrd 1/600 scale. Both were of the Charles Adams class DDG, with differences in radar and mast layout. Second- Zvezda's November class nuclear submarine.1/350 scale Third- Revell's reissue of[...]