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  • 26 July 2016

    Today I want to show you the Upper Silesian buidings which I painted some time ago. I’ve got lots of them to paint, so I tried to find the realistic and rather fast way to do it.

  • 23 July 2016

    This is the general layout of another part of the Coal Mine Diorama. It includes the whole conveyor system and some of the structures around the shaft. One of them is the power plant building easy to notice at the right side.

  • 20 July 2016

    Since the site was updated, some of you asked me to take some close ups of the new buildings.  I hope this will be helpful. As usually I used Vallejo acrylics and AK washes.

  • 19 July 2016

    I finished more elements for my Coal Mine Diorama. Some of them are taken from Rafinery or RAF sets. The small shaft is scratch built while an old fashioned wooden cooling towers are made recently. All pieces are painted the way I described previously.

  • I’ve painted IN08 set on my “Coal Mining Diorama”. Here is a list of products and an easy method I use. Firstly I use acrylic paints from Vallejo to add the base colours. When the surface is dry I add gently vertical streaks of “Wash for wood”, “Wash for interior”, “Engine grime”, “Earth effects” from AK Interactive. As far as metal surfaces are […]

  • 1 June 2016

    While I was modelling the hudge Pomeranian diorama I finished the warehouse which will be available soon.

  • 18 April 2016

    Wielka płyta, Panelák, Panelház, Plattenbau, Панельное домостроение… These are colloquial terms describing constructed of pre-fabricated, pre-stressed concrete structures, that formed whole microdistricts. I’ve just finished the first building of that kind. Small and versatile. You can place it in the urban diorama or military base as well.

  • 13 April 2016

    Here is another part of German fortifications. Regelbau 633 bunker housing 5cm Maschinengranatwerfer M19I. This was very sophisticated and modern mortar, that could fire 50mm shells at range 20-600 meters with the rate of fire 30-120 per minute. It was operated by the crew of eight soldiers and the amunition stockpile was 3944 pcs. The last elements of Atlantik Wall set are “Dragon […]

  • 12 April 2016

    Here is the second part of Atlantic Wall. Regelbau 666 – was a forified command post with three ports small observation cupola. Regelbau 632 – had type 2P7 armoured bell armed with three ports and single machine gun. The rear was backed by a concrete-covered embankment, which provided additional cover and reduced the prominence of the cupola. The other gun was placed in rear casemate […]

  • 11 April 2016

    Today I want to show you the first two elements from Atlantik Wall set. First one is Regelbau 634 – built in large numbers allong the coast. Single 20P7 armoured cupola for two machine guns was placed on it’s top. The third machine gun protected the entrance. The second element is very versatile Regelbau 656. It could house the infantry squad or two field […]