A little diorama. early may 1945. The battle of Berlin.
My airport diorama in 1/144 scale. Presented in Štefániks wing exhibition in Ivanka pri Dunaji, Slovakia.
Airport lamps are already connected and functional. The airport terminal is ready for Saturday's exhibition "Štefánikovo krídlo" in Bratislava.
Here is where I am with this 'toy conversion' diorama project so far. The results speak for themselves. It is not complete yet. Still have to add more details to the excavator, add the boom arm, and other details as well as more weathering. This[...]
I bought this resin kit back in 2014 from it’s the first edition and number 34 of 50. I don’t think it’s available anymore and that is a pity as it’s a great kit.
When the kit arrived, I lost my nerve looking at all the parts and has been sitt[...]
Airport Lamp Test. It will be part of the future airport diorama. The lamps will be mounted on the airfield. They will be functional. Five pieces of fully functional lamps. They will be powered by AA batteries.
The old Aoshima/Revell kit revived with a bit of spare phototetch and a lot of scratchbuilding...
Been working on this the last couple of months, got the idea while thinking about what I could do with the Meng FT-17 kit that I had in my stash, wanted a "reason" to display it with all hatches open.
The title roughly translates to the expressi[...]
Tamiya Chieftain, corrected to a Mark 5 with Clansman radio fit. I based the cam on the tank on various photos of Chieftains on exercise in Germany
"Endure freedom" title derives from the imaginative names of US military intervention such as "Iraqi Freedom" or "Enduring Freedom".
Miniarts T-55 with scratchbuilt interior. Dioparks Mercedes. Figures both resin and plastic. Bridge is scratch[...]