The kit comes packaged in a simple brown box with a rather attractive 3D rendering of the ship on the top of its sleeve-like cover.
It was about time to continue this series… More great finds from all-over the interweb.
Inspirational bits and bytes from allover the web. June 2016 edition.
Continue reading “Inspiration of the month – June 2016”
I was always wondering how the scale model magazine photos are made so that they align up so nicely and have a “correct” viewing angle. After a short search I stumbled upon a very interesting and useful Youtube video showing you how to build a cheap photography turntable using just a cheap Ikea serving tablet and some office clips. Continue reading “DIY photography turntable”
I was posting images of my work over at armorama.com and within a few weeks I already hit the gallery size limit. Another annoying thing was that I had to upload the images separately to this blog and also other sites I visit so I was thinking… why not have a central repository of images?
I started this build as my entry for the 8×8 Campaign over at armorama.com. It was also meant as a practice object before I start the AFV Club M1130Stryker TACP.
I picked up this book last summer at a flee market together with another one called Enzyklopädie der Flugzeuge.
After the first few pages it became obvious that although a bit out-dated, this book would make for a great quick-reference book for post-war aircrafts. Continue reading “Flipping the pages: Militärflugzeuge”
Revell’s Sikorsky SH-60B is a re-box of Italeri’s same offering from 2003. The only thing Revell apparently changed was to add new decals for the US Navy HSL-42 and HSL-49.