Non of the items here are posted with any form of political meaning, content or similar. Everything is displayed with an emphasis on historical correctness, unless stated otherwise. Swastikas and SS-runes are a part of military history, as are David's stars, rising suns, stars & stripes, hamer & scyths etc. If you have a problem with that, please feel free to leave! Political correctness does not live here and I will not be held accountable for hurting any overly sensitive souls that can not handle history.
If you are interested in building scalemodels, study actual military history and the like however, you're most welcome to stay, browse, read and/or comment.

The contents of this blog are mine; the models I built, the ideas I used etc. If you want to use these, I'd appreciate it if you asked permission first and use the contents as they are intended; the making and depicting of scalemodels.
The reference pictures I use were dug up on the internet and I use and share them only as such; a reference. Whenever possible I will state the source, but unfortunately I have no idea where I found many of them anymore. The vast majority of the military images have been "living" on my harddrive for years.

fredag 12 april 2013

120mm British para from Dragon

Januari 2008

I have finally finished this "shelfqueen" by adding a base for it and weathering it.
I had this one set aside allready painted, but never finished it.. 
The entire figure was painted by using Andrea acrylics.

The housecorner was made by using styropor and the shell- and bulletholes by adding drops of glue to it.
This was then painted using Tamiya acrylics.
The windowframe is wood, the glass are pieces of a cd-box and the rubble is the real thing.
The base is an old tableleg cut to size.

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