Andrew T

The French Resistance catch an escaping German Office in a borrowed car.

A mix of spare plastic parts, re-purposed kit pieces, some very old Minitank transfers, Tamiya Velociraptors, a grass mat, real vegetation, and Woodland Scenics bushes. Fujimi driver. Lidl fruit net sprayed khaki. Old spray booth filter for the exhaust effects. 3D plaque. Suspended on 2 clear sprues. This diorama was 3-months’ work at least. Challenging but fun! Pure escapism.


Tamiya | Honda RA272 | 1/20 Scale

Modifications:  Tamiya detail cable for ignition wires. Fishing line for fuel cables painted with Tamiya clear yellow to simulate petrol. Lace pins to simulate tyre valves and throttle linkage cable made from 0.3mm wire wrapped in brown fishing line.

Revell Star Wars: The Mandalorian The Razor Crest Model Kit 1:72 Scale

With this model, I wanted to practice several effects, including using metallic paints, different weathering techniques, and if I could light the model. The lights are from the Lego lighting kits that have interchangeable parts to enable you to create any lighting you need. I then used Plasticard on the supporting stand to hide the power cable that runs into the base. A hole was then cut in the picture frame I used to house the electrics for the USB power supply.

Evolution Miniatures | Tank Commander | 1/35 Scale

With this figure I wanted to use it in a small diorama to practice my figure painting skills but also try out several techniques for creating rust effects. I used paint rust effects on the barrel and two types of chemical rust effects on the jerry cans. The base is a commercially available plaster base that I added various scenery components including leaf litter and grass.


Andy L



Iain M

“Ardennes 1944”

1/35th scale diorama.

Schwimwagen & Jagdpanzer IV from Tamiya kits.

Dodge Ambulance from an Italeri kit.

Figures by Miniart, Andrea & Darius.

John N

Phil T


Stewart M





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