A detailed in box review of this imposing recent Meng Model kit, made by Bob of Genessis Model.
Steve from Value Gear Details shows us the process of making miniature military accessories, such as tarps, bags, straps, and more using Epoxy Putty.
When a new King Tiger kit comes out is a big news. And if it is with full interior, from Takom, the rumors are even bigger.
A small HOW TO video on How easy it is to mimic those Nice Reflective (mirror like) Optics and Periscopes on Model Tanks
Recreating the burn effects on a tanks is one of the most challenging task: let's see how to do it using pigments. Remember: the technique is the same wathever Brand of pigments you use.
For the fans of German's Panzer with zimmerit, here a great tutorial about how to easily apply it.
This time we go to North Afrika, with Ivan The Terrible and his diorama depicting a Panzer III E on this terrain.
Someone loves them, someone hate them... they are the Magic Tracks individual links common in the Dragon kits. Here how to assemble them.
Sometimes the packs and bags coming with the kit aren't the top. With just a little extra work we can gratly improve their look.
Color Modulation is getting more and more popular, not only for the normal camo, but also to reproduce the tank before the painted camo.
Professionally filmed, this turorial shows us the Spanish modeler Jose Moral building and painting the Israel Heavy Armoured Personnel Carrier Achzarit Early Building.
Armors tracks aren't like jewelry: they get rusty very easily. And in this video tutorial we see how to reproduce this rusty look.
A very useful tutorial about painting and weathering tanks tracks with only a light weathering effect.
It is hard to catch the subtle tonal variations that Dunkelgelb shows in real life, but in this VIDEO Tutorial you see one of the methods that you can use.
Following the VIDEO Tutorial about Weathering the Olive Drab with washes, today we present the part about adding oils in layers.
There are tons and tons of video-tutorials about scale models, dispersed on the Net. But only a few are truly worth to watch. We select the best and only the best video-tutorials: building, detailing, painting, weathering, dioramas and more.
We just finished to tag all the videos in our archives, and the first results is here: a selection of tutorials about the weathering in scale models: all what you need to know to give to your models the perfect dirty or dusty or rusty look!