I like dioramas that tell a story, catch an important snapshot of time, or freeze the possibilities of our futures in one fleeting moment.
I started this build as something of an answer to a challenge to build some armour, and that grew into[...]
Sometimes you have those builds that get out of hand, this was one of those. This particular build started out as a "paint mule" for my upcoming build of Bandai's 72nd scale Falcon that came out last fall.
Things quickly took a turn when my wi[...]
I am planning a truck diorama, possibly two. But I decided to do a quick build. I do not usually do cars, but I had bought the 'Revell Citroen 2CV Sausss Ente', to do a futuristic project, but decided not to go ahead with the project any more.[...]
After working on it on and off I am finally happy with the result. Hope it meets some approval from you guys. Enjoy.
this is my first submission to iModeler, and I hope you like it.
This tiny virtual museum diorama features Jasmine's awesome "skeleton" Hellcat. I've added an Eduard R-2800 engine - which is quite challenging - and other goodi[...]
I was raised in RI and was always in the water with my brother sailing in his boat. Maybe 8 to 10 years old. This was in the early 70's. Quonset Point NAS was part of a large, industrial Naval Base in existence since before WW2. It was on Na[...]
I remodeled Akagi that I built three years ago.
Recently, I've been remodeling something I made before.
Last time, like USS Franklin.
For the time being I will remodel some of them this way.
I will make diorama with those that are damaged [...]
This is a project I've been working on a couple of months now. It's Mantua's 1/60 model of the Bark Endeavour, which I'm developing into a diorama.
I bought the kit in an online auction for £30; it still retails for £160+ so it may seem like a [...]
Every airport diorama needs a rotating beacon. To fill that function, I purchased a Lionel rotating beacon, model 494. However there are many problems with accuracy, as this unit is intended for "O" scale electric train layouts not noted for [...]
OK, the title is a bit ironic. They are Tu-22m3 boarding platforms in 1:72 scale.
This little kit from North Star Models, with its fragile components, no rigidity and no surface area for but-joining the spiderweb of photo-etch, is one of the mo[...]