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  1. Pz.Kpfw.II Ausf.A This is a particular little devil of a build or at least it seems that way as you can see in the third picture that the track might be a huge problem to deal with. Not much to say about it yet.
  2. I had started a Diorama of mine that's 45 'Width' 72 'length' Inches and here just to show you the progress of it. I don't plan on finishing the Diorama this year or the next. It'll be a couple of years before I'll get it finished. I'm a lazy person when it comes to finishing things. The board to start things off Some tape later... The layout of the whole thing. Explanation of everything and what's going on in the picture. Links to what will be on the Diorama or above it hanging on a hook. (FINISHED MODELS ONLY!) ... When I finish a model that is... I'll say something about it when I create a comment update on the project.
  3. Tips and Tricks Always keep everything that came in the box of the model. Even the modelling box itself. As you see in the third picture you can cut to size a anti-tank trap. You can do several other things with that unused plastic around the edges or use parts that were unused in the last model. You'll understand left over parts if you buy a Dragon model. I know for a fact that you'll always have left over parts from them. One last thing, you create the anti-tank trap by cutting to size as I had already said and then cutting them up a little more for an added effect than you glue two of them together, then make sure it had time to dry then add the third leg and when you do place it on a towel. The towel is to keep the anti-tank trap in place while it dries. This is a little tip I sort ah stole from a modeling book my dad had. It explains how to create sandbags or at least gives you a good idea how to start making one. Create your own way of making them from this format!
  4. Messerschmitt BF109E-3 Now I just got this model so don't expect any new information out by tomorrow on it because I tend to take things the long way. And look! It came with a cockpit! UPDATE I'm having some trouble with the decals though, and yes, I did break them. A few pictures below you can see that I decided to just paint it black. No one would notice the difference. Getting things cut out and smoothed. I did slow down even more than usual because I had cut the tip of my thumb by accident. The culprit in the first picture. I would take a picture the first couple of days of it, but I didn't think of anything until now. The instructions didn't have anything to say about these two parts and under the plane doesn't have any type of holes to place the extra fuel so I was wondering if anyone would know what I should do with it?
  5. Enjoy some of my wallpapers. Some test wallpapers for your likings, but the rest will be in the following link. https://imgur.com/a/JD8Cg https://imgur.com/a/6dOOf
  6. M4 81mm Mortar Carrier This was in fact the first model I had ever put together. The model that started it all. I wasn't that good at putting decals on so that's why you don't really see any type of decals on there. And with one of the pictures there is a colour difference, and that's because some how the paint I was using just turned a lighter green. I suppose it was time to either shake it or get a new one, but that was some time ago.
  7. Focke-Wulf Fw190D-9 In the second picture you'll see "RAM" those are my dad's initials. In the third picture near the tail section of the aircraft is my signature sign. The funny thing is that it took me painting coats after coat on that aircraft until I got it just right.
  8. German Motorcycle B.M.W Does anyone know of any type of weathering tips you could give me? All I really need is some fine detail done and it'll be finished.
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