Three Road CDs
The first one is the one I made several months ago that's been seen in other photos; the middle and last one are new, and the glue's actually still wet on them, which is why the colours are slightly different from the firstd one. The last one is a three-way junction piece, which is going to oblige me to make still more road pieces of some sort - I'll probably do a few pieces with road just fading out into grass/foliage, so that I can end roads in mid-table without things looking strange.
Let’s Make the Water Move
One of the questions I get asked most when people see my layout or pictures of it is “How do you make the water look like it’s moving”? It’s really a simple process that anyone can do with the right…
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Creating Scenic Terrain for Bases and Diorama with Andy Schaffert
Andy shows how creating scenic terrain is easy and can look really cool for your display bases and diorama settings. Including a 12 step tutorial.
E-75 Standardpanzer - 1/35 Trumpeter
Page 1 of 4 - Launch Vipers! - just about done - posted in Work In Progress - SF & RealSpace: Hi folks,Our club is running its annual Build-the-Same-Kit competition and one of the nominated models was the BSG Viper. Luckily we got enough votes and there are now four of us building them.I was going to do the new Mk. 1, but I found a cheap Mk. 2 so I thought I might try and build both.So far Ive washed the sprues (long soak in warm soapy water, then clean with a toothbrush and rinse)...
How to model realistic mud with only 3 ingredients
So mud is one of the basic issues that every armor modeller will encounter. Any model tank, halftrack or jeep will need mud deposits if it's not meant to look pristine and factory fresh. I've seen a lot of different model makers offer their solutions to how to realistically model mud. Some involve expensive plasters, texturizers, esoteric stuff that you have to order from online specialists or visit your local hobby shop for. Some techniques take ages, are really complicated, and way too…
Tank Tread Weathering Tutorial
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How to Strip Paint from Plastic & Metal Models with Dettol
I want to share a tutorial on how I strip paint from plastic and metal models/miniatures using Dettol. This will remove paint, primer, and super glue. It's also easy to do and is affordable.