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Trains

  • One of my German friends asked me a couple weeks ago if I could scratchbuild for him two post war German trains. His order was quite difficult for me, because my knowledge about DB trains is unfortunately close to nothing. He sent me some drawings and that’s how these two beauties were born. Painting the thin stripes around the body was true pain [...]

  • 1 September 2016

    During my vacations I spent some time to prepare two versions of Cement Silo Wagons. They will be available this month.

  • Today I want to show you the narrow-gauge trains for my coal mine diorama.

  • 28 February 2016

    Recently I’ve finished Škoda 12E called “Bobina”, an interesting commision work for one of my clients from Czech Republic. I must admit that building such a small model from scratch is always very demanding. But this time the most challenging task was to paint quite complicated pattern. Some wash and pigments was added as a final touch.

  • 19 February 2016

    This is a brand new set I am working on. Three German diesel locomotives – two axle  WR 200 B 14, three axle 360 C 14 and four axle 550 D 14. They were widely used by Wehrmacht during the Second World War.

  • 19 January 2016

    Today I want to show you my brand new model. This is a common Polish diesel locomotive SM42 nicknamed “Stonka”  (Potato Beetle). It was designed in FABLOK in early 60ties and was produced about thirty years as a light passenger locomotive or as a switcher/shunter.

  • Kriegslocomotives are done, so it’s time for their counterparts. First one is type “E” (0-10-0) – built in enormous numbers in Germany (AEG, Hanomag, Borsig, Henschel and many others), Sweden (NoHab), Soviet Union and after the war also in Poland and Czechoslovakia. The second one is type “Su” (2-6-2). These two locomotives were true workhorses of the Soviet Railways. Here are some pictures of [...]

  • 3 January 2016

    This passenger car was designed in late 50ties in Poland. It earned nickname “Ryflak” (corrugated) because of the distinctive shape of the main body. Today my first Ryflak joined SN61. The whole composition is 7cm long.

  • 1 January 2016

    Today I’ve finised self propelled passenger car which always reminds me the trips from my youth. I used primer from Tamiya and Vallejo acrylics. Narrow band was quite difficult to paint, but I think it looks acceptable. I used Humbrol’s Clearfix to create window panes. It’s easy to use and very efficient product. Happy New Year :)

  • This is my first serious attempt to built passenger cars, with simple interiors. I have chosen Polish and Hungarian types, firstly because I love them, secondly I have some of their blueprints. Seats are modelled very rough and the interior colours are a bit lighter than the real ones.

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