Here’s another one for you guys. 1/25th scale Moibeus Ford F-150 built for a customer to look like his father’s farm truck. This build took around 30 hours.
After the previous weathering technique, I would like to show you a technique that many of you may know, but for those of you who don't, you can try it now.
All you need is the desired rust colour, water, salt and an airbrush or spray [...]
I'd like to share with you a water-based acrylic technique that I haven't seen on this site before and I hope it will be useful to many of you. (Don't be fooled by the my nickname or the YT channel, I am a hobby model builder and this is [...]
I recently had to put all my other projects on hold. An old army friend of mine asked me if I could make an A34 Comet tank for him. As it has a time limit it's been pretty full on getting it ready for the presentation it's wanted [...]
Interwar aircraft frequently sat around in the open doing very little and as a result were adopted as convenient perches by birds. The bigger the aircraft the more attractive it was. The view was excellent both for warning and spotting [...]
This is somewhat off topic (i.e. not part of any group build) but nevertheless recent. Since I wanted to show some support to Ukrainian Europeans currently battling for freedom, I spent quite a bit of hours getting this build done. I [...]
Here's another vehicle for my Cold War gone hot series. This is the 1/35th Tamiya Marder. Sadly, this old kit is the only early version Marder available, all the others being post 1985. The kit will be depicted rushing past the M48A2GA2 as [...]
This vehicle is going to form part of my "Cold War Gone Hot" series of diorama's. It's the old Tamiya Marder that I used in the camnet construction series. I've weathered down the original gloss tone to a more realistic matt [...]
It’s done! This is the Tamiya M4A3E8 Sherman Easy Eight (European Theater) in 1/35 scale.
First of all, this is another great kit by Tamiya. There’s really no problem to build smoothly. The rubber tracks are good too. but personally [...]
I lost count on how many Shermans I've built. But, it was a true pleasure to build this kit. Good fits and well-designed.
The movable tracks are, of course, troublesome to build. But I gotta say it paid off with a more natural and better [...]