It's time for our look back at some of the excellent work posted on iModeler during April. 219 new articles prompted 2,371 comments and 66,300 individual article reads, making it an impressive month indeed.
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Just received my kit for the March awards! Finally gonna sleep with an Italian beauty. Thank you imodeler and congratulations to all!
I want to thank Martin & the iModeler team for selecting me to receive the March iModeler award. I know this is a "picked out of a hat" award, but I literally have never won anything in the last 68 years of my life (if you don't count my wi[...]
What a momentous day - the illusive Hellduck is snarling on my bench!
Notoriously difficult to spot in our temperate lands, this particular breed is the stuff of legends. So far I just heard tales from far away about this great beast, all my p[...]
Many thanks to the Imodeler team for this beautiful Eduard Hellcat!
This kit has been on my wish list for awhile many thanks.
It's time for our look back at some of the excellent work posted on iModeler during March. With 220 new articles, 2,291 comments and 53,500 individual article reads, this month really picked up the pace.
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Thanks everyone for my random prize, for which I chose the Airfix He 111 H6. I'm going to do it as the torpedo bomber variant. I'll build it alongside the Italeri Zwilling, it should make an interesting comparison! I'll post images. Again, many [...]
Thanks again to all that voted for my Tamiya Spitfire Mk.Ia. I am sincerely honored.
Thank you to imodeler for the generous prize. I chose the new Eduard 1:48 Tempest Mk.V series 2, which i hope to start soon after my unexpected move to a new [...]
Once again it is time for our monthly retrospective - a look back at some of the notable articles posted at this site during February. With 175 new articles, 2,027 comments and 47,000 individual article reads, this was a very good February indee[...]
December award arrived safe and sound and is resting on the workbench, which is tidy as it can be and everything's at arms lenght!
A big shoutout and thanks to iModeler community!