This is an experiment I've been wanting to try for a while, making an explosion with an LED bulb and cotton wool. I'm not as happy with it as I'd hoped, but it works, so I'll go with that. Who knew fluffing up and spraying cotton wool would be s[...]
Volkssturm, 1/35 scale from masterbox, I might make a diorama with these figures, these are the 1st 1/35 scale figures I have modelled for a long time although I did make a Tamiya Tiger tank with crew and a Dodge ww2 car from Airfix in my younge[...]
Diorama a 1/35 de un mundo post apocalíptico con amenaza zombie
Hello, my friends, thank you for accepting me. I present you my last humble work, which in all required almost three months of work. I hope you enjoy. Thanks to everyone, the comments are always welcome. A big hug from Italy. Roberto
This is the 1/35 Takom Mark IV Male WW1 Heavy Battle Tank depicted stuck in a trench system while the battle continues around it.
The figures are Masterbox and ICM. I think the ICM figures are a brand to watch as they have interesting subjects a[...]
Some of you have followed on this project, depicting buzzing activity at the German Air Ministry in 1941:
This was a longer project, initiated in the beginning of this year. It involved mapping the scratch-built facade of the building (Reichs[...]
Some of you noticed the build report and first reveal of the German air ministry already.
Because a model is a model and a diorama something different, I opted for adding vehicles and figures in order to bring the building to life.
I opted [...]
At the end of last month I posted photos of Italeri's 1/35 PT 596 on its display stand, to show all the detail, as the drift of the project was to add crew and to place it in a dynamic seascape, and some of the detail would be lost to view at th[...]
My last post was a Tamiya French Armoured carrier UE done in German markings, and again ive converted a 2nd one into captured German markings for a field ambulance. Its a great simple wee kit that is very versatile. The figures are a mix of Mast[...]
The Battle of Chancellorsville, April 27-May 6,1863.
On the morning of (May) 2nd (the Eighth) re-joined the brigade, and with the Seventeenth Pennsylvania Cavalry was formed in an open field in rear of General Sickle's line of battle.
"As I w[...]