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AML-60 - Part 7: And still not completely finished...

Sorry for the break again, life sometimes gets into the way…

So here is the AML, still not completely finished. I have added the last missing part – the jerrycan. 163 more words


My First scratch built model

A scratch built model is one that is not built from a kit nor purchased already complete. The maker must find or create a plan and build up the model from whatever materials he has. 516 more words


Making changes in a model

It was more than 50 years ago when I first made alterations to a commercial model.  I always collected models on the basis of each model representing a specific actual ship. 687 more words


AML-60 - Part 6: Almost finished

So back to the AML project, I have been playing with the weathering, primarily using oils at this stage. I use them by applying oil paint spots across the surfaces of the vehicle and them blending them with soft brush to add fine richness to the otherwise monotonous surface. 166 more words


Colorful Metallics for blue eyes

Creative Makeup & Photos: Vero Makeup Artist
Model: Florentina Jeni
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Veronica Makeup Artist

Fifty surplus WWI destroyers traded to England

Fifty Destroyers Traded for Bases

Many parts of my collection are about events concerning specific ships. Before the US entered active hostilities in World War II president Roosevelt made a trade of 50 older destroyers to the British navy in return for the right to build air and naval bases on locations belonging to the British Empire in the Western Hemisphere. 658 more words

Camouflage In WWII

AML-60 - Part 5: Base

While I was waiting for some weathering to dry on the model, I have decided to do a small base for the AML.

In the past I have used plaster of Paris for the base, this time I wanted to use something different, something that would give me bit more time to play with the surface structure and texture. 228 more words

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