Hi all, I introduce a Tamiya 1/35 Tiger Ii or Tiger B, that represent a Tiger belongs to Schw.Panzer Abt. 503 with first model turret, or Porsche Turret. Only 54 tanks were built with this kind of turret. Hope you like it.
Greetings fellow modelers! This time I brought to you a rare jet from Lindberg: the F-11F Tiger. It's a comission, but I found it to be really interesting. I've never built anything from Lindberg, and the only thing I knew from this brand was t[...]
From 1973 a systematic analysis of the aircraft market and evaluation of several types took place. At an early stage, the Federal Council decided to focus the evaluation on one aircraft, the Tiger F-5E. After thorough testing, the Federal Counci[...]
Hello fellow i-modelers! I wanted to share with you this final reveal of my entry to David's Battle of Kasserine GB here. I picked the scene of a Tiger I tank of the 501st heavy heavy tank battalion (Dragon #6608) reloading near Kasserine in[...]
Let’s face it: The Tiger I has to be one of the most kitted tanks in the history of scale modeling. A quick check on the interwebs shows the impressive number of 96 different kits from at least 14 different manufacturers, and we are only talk[...]
This is my 1st 1/35 Tiger Tank build. It is a Dragon molding from their latest series of Tiger's released #6866. The Box title is the "1/35 Pz.Kpfw.VI Ausf.E Tiger I Mid Production Remote Controller mit Borgward Ausf.A Heavy Demolition Vehicle[...]
The Tamiya kit, 1/35 scale, with Modelkasten tracks and Aber PE. I added a Jordi Rubio aluminium gun barrel too. This Tiger I is the tank of the Lt. Vermehren and belong to I/Sch.Pz.Reg. 501 in Tunisia. The Tiger I #121 was disabled by a land m[...]
Somewhere in Germany shortly before the end a panzer crew is replenishing ammunition next to an impromptu hospital where an angel of mercy tends to a wounded infantry man. 99% complete. I just have to finish the base and matt it all down, then [...]
Ending the WIP shown in here is my King Tiger Airfix 1:76. This is the first armored vehicle I ever build. Was very fun to do, so eventually I will do more vehicles. The kit itself is very nice to work with. Very good fit. The only downside i[...]
This is a F-11A as a Blue Angel at The Cradle of Aviation Museum in Long Island N.Y. Meow.