First build completed in 2021. Off to a good start.
This is a rebox of the Academy M3 with different markings and camo scheme. The quality is decent but definitely not comparable to current Tamiya, Meng or Takom standards. The instructions a[...]
Very nice kit,here in Soviet Army markings.Tks for looking!
Simple and fast building OOB,some missing marks per request of the owner..hope you like it...
This was a fun one. Had a Quad .50 leftover from an AFV Club M35 Gun Truck kit, so I did this one. Would have interesting to see this on the battlefield.
Here is my rendition of Tamiya's M3 Stuart (late). I built it out of the box, with the addition of some Value Gear stowage and used the kit markings for an American tank in North Africa. The real tank was knocked out in the first clashe[...]
My first armour post on I-Modeller; the 1:72 M3A3 Stuart from S-Model, using Braille-Scale decals for a vehicle from the French army that landed in Southern France in August 1944.
The S-Model kit is actually a quick-build kit, albeit a very det[...]
Good afternoon, dear colleagues!
I present the just completed double of two models of tanks of the British Empire in service in North Africa. I really wanted to implement different versions of the Kaunter scheme, and therefore the idea was born [...]
I decided to make a simple base for my M3 Stuart quick build. I didn't want just a wooden plinth for the tank to sit in, I wanted to add a bit of landscape too.
Since I'm building mine as an American tank in Tunisia, deciding on a piece of deser[...]
Here's some pics of my 1/35 Tamiya armor kits.
First up is the M16 Quad Gun half track. Pretty much out of the box with stowage from a variety of kits. Painted with Model Master rattlecan OD.
Second is a kit bash of the Tamiya (old) M3A1 Stuart[...]
Greetings again from Williamsport, PA. Presenting to you another diorama I completed a couple of years ago. This time it’s a Pacific, USMC tank commander mapping out a plan of action with some Marine infantry. The Stuart is the 1/35, AFV Club[...]