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WIP: Ace 1/72 SdKfz 250/1 german halftrack

Ace 1/72 SDKfz 250/1

One of my hobby friends came with the idea of doing a GB to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Battle of Kursk. Needless to say I was keen on starting it, and I even got a new T-34/76 for the build. However, after a short run through my stash, I found this kit that…

WIP: Revell 1/72 Panther Ausf. G

Improving and slightly correcting Revell’s rendition of a late Panther Ausf. G tank. The Revell kit is readily available, comes with a lot of extra parts (chin and chinless mantlet, two types of exhausts, extended deck crew heater, etc) and is not expensive. However the kit has a few issues, some more complicated than others….

WIP: 1/72 Airfix/Heller WW2 Jeep Willys – Part 3

WIP: Airfix 1/72 Jeep Willys upgrade

In this part I’ll improve the back seats, add a few more details from scratch and start using Orange 3D’s awesome photo-etch set to dress up Airfix little Jeep. I also created a video tutorial as I received a few questions on how the front seats were built. Hope you enjoy, if you have any questions…

WIP: 1/72 Airfix/Heller WW2 Jeep Willys

WIP: 1/72 Airfix / Heller Jeep Upgrade

Originally I was planning on saving this kit to compare it with Dragon’s rendition of the same… and more specifically the armoured version 1+1 set. However not long ago I got a hold of Orange 3D’s marvelous Photo-Etch Upgrade Set and couldn’t help myself.

WIP: 1/72 Heller/Modelex Bf 109 G

WIP Heller - Modelex 1/72 bf 109G

This is my Work In Progress on a Heller bf 109 rebox by an Argentinean plastic toy company called Modelex. They are known in Argentina for offering old Heller kits like their 1/72 Spitfire, Zero, Draken, an assortment of Migs and my favorite, the TF-104s. Usually available dirt cheap at the big super market chains,…

Painting Italeri’s Sd.Kfz. 186 Jagdtiger “331”

In the previous steps of this series we improved Italeri’s Jagdtiger kit by modifying the basic kits parts and the addition of plastic sheet and mesh, then we went even further forward adding some aluminium sheet and cooper wire scratchbuilt details to our Jagdtiger scale model. This only means we are ready to start shooting…