David Damek – Featured Modeller
Oct15

David Damek – Featured Modeller

If you for some reason don’t know who David Damek is – our second featured modeller – I don’t know under what rock you’re living at, but you should immediatly head over to his youtube channel and prepare yourself to be amazed! David goes under the name PLASMO – which is short for plastic models. One of Davids trademarks are his engines who receives detailed upgrades on the fly as he’s...

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Paint, paint, paint and paint!
Oct07

Paint, paint, paint and paint!

Let there be paint! Paint is something very important when modelling and there are almost as many manufacturers, and schools, of paint as there are models today. Ok, not as many but when listing all manufacturers of model paint you’ll be amazed! I’m not going to make colour charts for all of these, but I will make pages for the most common ones, and if possible try to make a conversion chart between the various makes where...

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Italeri SR-71 Blackbird 1/72
Oct04

Italeri SR-71 Blackbird 1/72

SR-71 Blackbird Lockheed Martin SR-71 Blackbird Italeri – No.145 – 1/72 One of the most exciting air planes ever built is the Lockheed Martin SR-71 Blackbird and very few come even close to the achievements that were made with this masterpiece of engineering – not just whilst flying it but designing and building it! This was done before we had computers and those responsible for the design truly knew what they were...

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Squadron Haunebu II 1/72
Oct04

Squadron Haunebu II 1/72

Haunebu II Haunebu II Do-Stra (Dornier STRAtospharen Flugzeug/Stratospheric Aircraft) Squadron – Nr. SQM0001 – 1/72 Haunebu II – the secret Nazi project that was going to be the means to be able to operate the Third Reich from Neuschwabenland, and later evacuate the Thule and Vril cults to South America via Antarctica, i.e. Neuschwabenland. Here are some Haunebu facts according to some “sources”: The Haunebu I first...

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MiniArt European Street 1/35
Oct03

MiniArt European Street 1/35

European Street Mini Art – Nr. 36011 – 1/35 MiniArt has some beautiful diorama buildings that are notoriously famous for being hard to assemble, or are they? Ever since I saw a couple of the “European” diorama buildings from MiniArt I really wanted to build one, as a base for a small scenery during the WWII conflict in Europe, but wherever I searched all I found were people telling how hard it was to assemble...

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