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  • 30 March 2018

    Today I’m going to show the penultimate stage of modeling my “Leopold” tug. Now the ship is placed behind the glass like Golden Fish after it was brush painted with Vallejo acrylics and than airbrushed with gloss acrylic varnish. Model is made without any extra parts or upgrades. Decals are under a thin coat of varnish. Last stage will include aplying the set […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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.

  • 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 […]

  • Next element for industrial diorama is ready. About one inch long beam bridge, suitable for normal and narrow gauge. I’ve used Vallejo “Light Sea Grey” as a base coat, and then applied AK “Wash for wood” and “Engine Grime”. I’ve painted the set of liquid raw material containers using the same technique.

  • 5 January 2016

    Recently I recieved a couple of e-mails with the same question – How to paint such small models?. I’m going to use my last Soviet engines to show you very quick and easy way to solve this problem. First step – the basic colours. I used acrylics from Vallejo and small brush. Than I put some “German Grey” shades all over the model. […]

  • Firstly i glue the models to the toothpick. It gives me the certitude the paint layers won’t be dameged by my fingers. Besides I have better access to all surfaces. I use soft brushes. I put at least two layers of well thinned acrylic paints. Than I wash and dry brush the whole model. Last but not least I cover the whole model […]