The Takom Channel at iModeler

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Moson Model Show 2018: Skoda PA II Turtle

Images created during 2018 Moson Model Show at the iModeler booth.

1/35 Takom Chieftain Mk.11 Main Battle Tank

This is the 1st Takom model I have built and was excited to give it a go. At the time of purchase it was a brand new release for them. I think they have covered most of the versions of this legendary war machine. Overall I was impressed with [...]

King Tiger 1/35 Ammo

Hello Fresh from the works, a slightly What if version of the cat, with a longer barreled gun,slight mods to the engine deck and a IR device, reboxing of a Takom kit by Ammo with their details. Kept it simple, removed some gear, cables, cut the[...]

Ordnance disposal – Iraq

Two firsts for me here, a Takom kit and Meng kit. The Takom is the 1/35 'Civilian car' which comes with a terrorist and bombs for the boot, and the Meng 1/35 Ordnance Disposal Specialists (2 figures and 2 robots). Both kits were very good and ar[...]

Big Bertha is biiigggg

What I'm working on at the moment. It's Takom's 1/35 scale WW1 artillery piece. Nice kit, fit is good, details are crisp. The stands all have holes in the tread plate molded all the way through. The kit is somewhat simplified in spots, it would [...]

Skoda’s 1/35 howitzer from Takom

Hi folks been quite a time since I have had time to do any modelling but the new Takom 1917 Howitzer turned up and it really took my fancy, that was 3 days ago. Well here's the result of 3 days work, I have to say it was one of the best kits I h[...]

Leopard C2 MEXAS

Good morning to all Here is my latest build- a Canadian cat from Afganistan. It`s a Takom 1/35 offering which represents a vehicle freshly shipped to the conflict. I have, however, decided to update it as it was quickly adapted by the troops and[...]

Takom St Chamond, 1917

A fussy kit, but worth the effort, the running gear/suspension is very complete (and complex) the base shows a mostly level, dry spot, where the St Chamond was at it's best