The TankCraft series by Pen and Sword Military is specifically meant for the modeler who wants to “get it right” by being as historically accurate as possible.
This is the British companion piece to my previous American airborne post. The inspiration here was once again A Bridge Too Far, especially the loading-up scenes on the tarmacs in England. […]
Here I offer a brief study of my little ship-making history. In an earlier post I shared three bombers and discussed the ways in which my building of large aircraft had developed over the […]
This set of photos may be taken as a companion to my earlier set of Spitfire shots, but here I use my newer airfield bases and sky background. (I take […]
I have posted dioramas on this topic in the past (for instance here), but this summer I had a little time to spend on creating a couple of new boards to […]
The complete set of photos from my previous post, “OCD, Miniatures and Me.”
My summer of Airfix aircraft and airbases continues with this set of photos taken using the two Spits, the airfield control tower, a Quonset hut by Rix Models, and diorama […]
This modest video is my first exploration of an animated diorama of sorts.