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  • Rafał Starowicz is one of the ablest micromodellers I’ve ever known. All comments are pointless. Just watch and enjoy…

  • 29 November 2016

    I recieve more and mode emails with the questions about the way I model the water in 1/700 scale. Today I want to explain the simple little method I use. All you need is the base, acrylic paints, different brushes and the secret Wunderwaffe which is Mod Podge glossy version. Painting For my test I used four colours – black, pale blue, pale [...]

  • At that stage I filled the spaces between the cardboard cross sections. As usually I used old papers, than covered them by Woodland’s plaster cloth and their casting plaster which is awesome. After 24 hours I started to shape the hills. Finally I sprinkled fallen plaster particles by PVA glue mixed with water to fix them and protect the whole composition.

  • The second project I’ve started is rather big Upper Silesian coal mine. It’s very complex diorama with three shafts, power plant, old fashioned gas plant and part of the town. Beside the normal gauge tracks I placed some brand new narrow gauge lines. I’ve got many elements to do, from the scratch, but you may see the general overview.

  • I am starting a couple of new projects. One of them is North African small town near the oasis. Here is the basic layout.

  • Because of the final touches on my trains I have no time for other modelling activities. To avoid the physical brakedown I had to do something else just for fun. I want to show you four pictures of the balkonies, which I attached to the buildings during the short brake. The street light was also glued to the wall.

  • The final touches. I used the paints from Vallejo and Faller to finish the road. Than Woodland’s Fine Turf and some of my trees were added to create the greenery. Last but not least I arrayed some of my vehicles and took a couple of pictures. Probably you have noticed two prototypes of excavators. These products will be availabe in our range very [...]

  • The model is finished. Surprisingly the realistic shape of the roof was the most difficult part of the job. Only the fourth attempt was sucuccesful. Here are some pictures.

  • Today, it was time for base colours. I used the whole Woodland palette. Here are some pictures.

  • A few months ago I bought a very nice set made by Woodland. This is the great product for the beginners. In a big box you may find all kind of tools and materials indispensable for making a couple of small dioramas. I wanted to try out the casting plaster and the casting roll wich I’ve never used before. I started to form [...]

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