First things, first. I'd like to thank Andreas Rousounelis for inspiring me with his many awesome Picture frame dioramas. He is a master with these kinds of dioramas. Giving this is my first try, I decided to go with another loading bay theme f[...]
ZiL 130 DS-39B Autogudronator AVD Models 1/43 Paint Mr.Paint Weathering Ammo by MIG pigments / AK Interactive pencils
Following my project to restore or even to build vintage models which bring me good memories, now I went to this 1955 original Revell mold. My oldest brother, 81 now, had one and it was probably the very first scale model I had seen, I suppose[...]
W.O.T. 6 4x4 version were built in large numbers (over 3000) and were used in North Africa, Italy and NW Europe between 1942 and 1945, remaining in service until 1962. Full load - 3t Length - 6m Width - 2,3m Height - 3,2m Engine - Ford V8 3.62[...]
I had purchased this Revell M-35 MIlitaty Truck 1/40 scale kit probably before 1980, and first built in 1996. This kit was injected in 1969 in Brazil by A. Kikoler company, but first produced in 1958 in USA. The model had the rubber tires litera[...]
New progess of my crashed Airbus A 300 DHL diorama. Fire trucks added. Panther 4 x 4 is resin kit by BSD model. Panther 8 x 8 id 3D printed model. Airbus A 300 is old Airfix model kit. Scale 1:144.
This thing has got to be the oldest model that I have. As I recall my uncle gave me this to me, along with an Aurora F9F cougar and what was I think a Hawk weirdo's kit with a guy on an engine powered surf board. He helped ,along with my Dad t[...]
Finished some weeks ago, I finally had the time to make some pictures. Very good and detailed kit, a pleasure to build. Mr.Paint paints Ammo by Mig weathering products
This is a scratch built 1970s M35 Deuce US desert training truck. I copied the dimensions from an Academy M35 cargo truck but changed the wheels.The kit is a 1/72 scale so I made it four times bigger = 1/18 scale.Made from pine and ply.
This build took me from June this year to yesterday, when I made the finishing touches on it. It features the ICM kit #35462 of the Krupp L3H163 Radio Truck (Kfz. 72) in 1:35th scale. I dedicate this build to Bernie Hackett who left our earthl[...]