Back again on Robs Scale Model Workbench. This week I had a visit from the postman with some sweet paints and weathering products from the likes of Citadel, Vallejo, and Soilworks.Continue reading “Rob’s Scale Model Workbench S01E02 – Weathering Products”
My first video, an introduction to my scale modeling channel. Come and join me for some scale model fun and regular banter. This episode I will be showing some upcoming projects including Tamiya, Airfix and Games workshop models.Continue reading “Rob’s Scale Model Workbench S01E01 -Welcome”
This one is a nice little weekend project, I’m not expecting the most detailed kit but I’m hoping with some weathering I can make the Olive Drab pop out a little bit.Continue reading “Italeri 135th US Army M-108 105mm Howitzer Step By Step Full Build”
More Military Miniatures this month! Not a lot of shopping, I picked up this beast below. I have seen quite a few people making these larger builds and they look so cool. This I found on auction and managed to acquire it for £41. This should keep this model maker going for the rest of the Summer.Continue reading “Models June 2019”
Cargo vehicles are another subject that fascinates me during a war. Logistic in the warzone in general I guess. An army can only advance as fast as it resupplies. I actually know a guy who drives for the army and it is a serious undertaking. I also love flatbed trucks. No idea why! Just do! So for this military models project, I’m building the GMC 6×6 Cargo truckContinue reading “Italeri 135th Cargo Truck GMC 6X6 Step By Step Full Build”
So the first thing about the model is the size of the parts that make it a lot easier to deal with. To be honest, when this is built I have no idea where to put it as it will be pretty big.Continue reading “Apache AH-64A 148th Model By Academy Step By Step Full Build”
So success, I have finally finished the Apache, a huge learning process, for one, now I know to lighten the base colour before adding the varnish and washes. Also, I need to add the cockpit roof earlier to avoid gaps.Continue reading “Models May 2019”
Picked up a couple of bits this month just going to run through them quickly.
Two Messerschmitt ME 262 models.
This is one I have had sitting around for a few years. Quite an interesting looking model, a lot of parts, rubber wheels and a small sheet of photo-etch. Think I paid about £13 on sale. A lot of little pieces on this one took quite a bit of patience.