I am pretty new heater, and decided this would be a great place to upload my progress of my trumpeter USS Texas model. I’ve been working on it for about 3 1/2 weeks. And I’m a little under half way done.
First, I would like to thank all the participants to this group build, wheter you finished your builds or not. I must admit, I expected slightly larger participation but I am nevertheless proud of the resulting builds and I hope our group build [...]
I received this kit for Christmas and I managed to finish it on New Year's Eve. It was a really fun build and very straight forward. The parts required minimal cleanup which is nice since there are so many tiny pieces. The only thing I added [...]
Hi folks, I hope Sebastijen doesn't mind me gatecrashing his party, but, for various reasons, I have't been on iModeler for quite some time. The main reason is that iModeler hasn't been available here in China for some time, but I noticed it wa[...]
I have seen a few "All Decade" sports lists the past few days, so I thought maybe it would be fun to post pictures of our favorite builds of the past 10 years. Sadly some of mine died a grisly death at the hands of movers when I retired from th[...]
This is part of a diorama I have planned but it is a long way away.
Happy with the model but 1/72 scale is a bit on the small size for me.
I built the Revell Yorktown in the early 1970s . I used it to recreate the Battle of Midway in the horse trough. From some reason I thought it’d be cool to leave it in it’s watery grave overnight. As fate would have it, it froze that night and b[...]
This is my first attempt at building an armor vehicle, so please be merciful with me…and any suggestions for improvement will be greatly appreciated.
This build replicates my son’s M1131 Stryker FSV while he was assigned as a Fire Support Team[...]
Hello again, these are two Soviet World War II aircraft kits in 1:48 scale. The mig 3 is a trumpeter kit, the Yak 3 is a Svezda kit. I must say that there is no comparison in quality. Trumpeter beats Svezda 2-0. The Mig is with a "nude look"[...]
This was a co-build with a fellow Tulsa Modelers Forum member Paul W. He built the Fw-190 which I promptly took apart by removing all flying surfaces, wings and engine. The Trumpeter low sided rail car was the basis of this topic. While touri[...]