On this quick post, we can see some of the detailing done to the building exterior, mainly how the concrete texture present on the resin part (front wall) was reproduced on the building walls made from MDF. Continue reading “ISRAELI AIR FORCE H. A. S. (1:144 SCALE) – PART 2”
After a few weeks away from the model, here are a few photos showing what has been done in the last few days. Continue reading “SH-3G SEA KING (1:144 SCALE) PART 3”
In the following installments, we’ll be seeing a model in progression, posting updates as I’m building it. It is a small scale model (1:144) of a SH-3G Sea King helicopter, using a kit produced by Sweet Aviation Models from Japan. Their Sea King model is exquisite, but the winch part is molded in a strange type of plastic (it does not look like polystyrene) whose detail is well under par compared to the rest of the model. After deciding to scratch build the winch, the project quickly snowballed into detailing some other components. Continue reading “SH-3G Sea King (1:144 scale) Part 1”
In the last few years, I have rediscovered the 1:144 scale. While a young teenager, I built a couple of these small models, but back them, my lack of skill did not allow me to add the details I was craving for and so, I mainly built models in larger scales. Continue reading “EA-18G Growler (1:144 SCALE)”
MP Miniatures is a blog dedicated to scale modeling. This hobby has been in my life for more than a quarter of a century, being a constant source of enjoyment and relaxation. This blog was created to share some of the models I’ve been building over the years and help me documenting the latest projects, keeping track of experiments with different techniques and its results. I hope you will enjoy it and that you will find information useful for your own scale modelling projects.