Ronnels HobbiesBookstore in Capalaba, Queensland
Nice subject... Vomag 88mm Flak nicely detailed and finished, lots to look at....we love this! !
VERY nice, and just a litle different....cool. Shading and weathering are great too. Shading giving depth to the model, making it quite realistic. Well done we say.
Another Frankesherman!! M32B1 TRV !!
Not Asuka... But Italeri + scratch...
Old school stuff!!
OLD BALDY : In Kojak's honor!!!
This a very clever Military model... it is so well presented and finished....that it's actually really "cool"..... So original that I actually love it!...I think.
As the close modelling fraternity know....I have some fairly rigid opinons that I have formed over 50 years of building military models and studying the related subject matter. Colours and colour schemes are one. This is one of the best pics I have ever found (some years ago now) That shows the variation in the Caunter scheme from one vehicle to another. The dustman the desert! ...Look how a really solid coating of desert weathering can conceal demarcation lines and variations in tone and intensity...good quality reference is the ONLY reliable reference if you want an authentic and realistic finish to your models.
M113A1-T50 Part 1
Vehicle 134246, Callsign 22A, 22 Section, 2Troop, 3 Cav Regiment; Vietnam 1968-9
Commisioned by an Aussie Vets daughter built and presented by...
Jon Dillon a member of the Queensland chapter of the Australian Military Modelling Society.
The vet has kindly allowed us use of his service pics and we will be featuring a lot more of these in weeks to come...a worthy modelling subject you will agree and beautifully executed by Jon. Pics of model by Ronnel Peter C Farrugia