Do you know that you can not just make your own rocks using one of the mold that are sold around, but that you can also make your own molds?
Protect your infantry, give to your men some sandbags! Don't know how to do? This time we see how to make them using tissue.
It's very easy, doesn't require special materials, and after painting and weathering it can be a nice touch for any diorama.
Zeltbahn was a weather-resistant covering that was devised by the Germans om WWII, and this paper model makes easy to reproduce it.
Newspapers are common as rubbish in streets. It's easy enough to add a few model newspapers to your layout or diorama to just add another layer of clutter to bring your model to life.
Details are what make great a diorama. If you have a garden in yours, adding a realistic hedge can be a nice idea!
Steve from Value Gear Details shows us the process of making miniature military accessories, such as tarps, bags, straps, and more using Epoxy Putty.
A small HOW TO video on How easy it is to mimic those Nice Reflective (mirror like) Optics and Periscopes on Model Tanks
Small added details make a diorama great, and barbed works very well.Learn hot wo reproduce it with almost no tools.
A great tutorial to master how to paint a crate with subtle and effective wood effects.
After the tutorial dedicated to the mold from the people of FineScale Modeler, here the second one dedicated to making the part.
Do you need to add a window to a building in your diorama? What about scratchbuilding it? This video tutorial show how step by step.
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!