Youtube has another neat film short done in Germany during the Great War. Showing some very involved manufacture of Albatros aircraft...from wood stock selection to final finish.
Another small scale beauty :-)
When I was on the road with Collings I shot hours of video footage. The GoPro camera really opened new avenues of filming. I haven't posted many videos, more or less a lack of time to edit, but I'll slowly add more as time permits. The first vid[...]
Another beauty by PLASMO. The old (ancient?) Tamiya kit gets a proper treatment:
I always enjoy the videos on PLASMOS's Youtube channel, and they provide lots of ideas on how to finish your models. His latest video is a very nice review and video build of Takom's V-2 and its tractor.
A nifty video tutorial by Tom Grigat on making detailed seat belts (in 1/72 scale!). All you need is 0.1mm electrical wire, baking paper for the belts and a few tools, including a home-made buckle bender :)
I saw this posted in one of my blog feeds yesterday, and thought I'd pass it along. NASA has basically posted up (or is in the process of completing the postings) of over 500 new videos of archival historical flight footage. Here's a quote from[...]
Go over to YouTube and type in "the coolest thing I ever made." It's a series. I'm pretty sure everyone here will relate to any of the people in any of the episodes. This is the one that really rang my bell:
Can't help but marvel at Tom Grigat's stop-motion modeling videos at Youtube. This time he goes really tiny with 1:72 Polikarpov I-3, a fine resin kit from Small Stuff. Enjoy. The same kit has been built recently by Pavel Aparin:
I found this out recently. The Norwegian Air Force Historic Flight is active again with a TF-104 starfighter. Have to see. Regards, Dirk