If we needed any more proof that 2019 might be the year of the Sherman, Rye Field Model (RFM) just delivered it. The latest announcement in their line of 1/35 tanks covers the M4A3E8 Sherman, the last major variant of this vehicle. So lets have[...]
The figures ain´t that good,and there are some mistakes here and there,but it is finally finished... Hope you like it....
So, this didn’t work out. The plan is to have a stand-off diorama and the E-100 Jagdpanzer is way to big for this setup. And as I later discovered the E-100 is something that is found in World of Tanks but probably never been built. I’ll order [...]
So, I’m planning a new diorama that includes at least two tanks. This is my first 1/72 scale tank, it’s the M4A3 Medium Tank from Trumpeter. I must admit that this tiny scale is a bit strange to work with and the build looks better on my desk t[...]
Oh boy... after last year's Panther frenzy, it looks like Meng is going Allied. They just announced their upcoming M4A3(76)w - a Sherman with the 76mm gun in T23 turret that is. Looking at the 3D renderings and reading Meng's description, it is[...]
As promised a while ago, here it is. This review would have been done a while ago, but "Life" tends to throw us curve balls every once in a while.............. When it does, try to make the best of it. Here's the box art. It shows a HVSS She[...]
Something I have always wanted to do is a D-Day US Navy LCM (Landing Craft Mechanized) but have always been worried about doing sea water. But when my local club said the group build was D-Day theme then it was time to conquer my 'fear of the wa[...]
A little model I put together and painted over a few days. If you ever need a break from all the detailing and fussing over rivets, get a kit in this series. They are fun.
Finally! With a handful of friends from IPMS Stockholm I finally can conclude this monster of a model to be done. It just took....a number of years....to finish. I first thought this beast to be an easy match as everything big must be simple to [...]
Finally, this one is done. I completed it last night. I want to start off by saying "Thank You" to David Thomas, for coming up with the idea, organizing it, and leading this Kasserine Pass Group Build from the Front.... which was a lesson le[...]