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  • Not so Sherman (Private)
    1 month ago
    Tamiya Field Kitchen dio
    This is wonderful, the German army used to jokingly call these field kitchens "Gulash cannons" due to the fact that when the chimneys were in there horizontal position they looked like field artillery .
    This is an awesome dio mate, I am really enjoying your gallery .
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    3 months ago
    "Checkered Past"
    OMG that's amazing! Looks just like the real thing!
  • Michael from SF (Private)
    4 months ago
    Castle Neuschwanstein
    Amazing job modeling!  I've just ordered this kit;  your work will be an inspiration!  I visited the castle a couple of years ago with my wife and daughter.  Didn't get to spend as much time as I would have liked.  
    • Thedoog Premium user United States (Private)
      4 months ago
      Thank you, sir! I just found out that this is going to be published in the November Finescale Modeler magazine!

      It's a fine kit. Just take your time with it, and you will be able to do it justice! :)
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    6 months ago
    Johnny Rutherford's 1974 Indy 500 winning McLaren by AMT.
Indycals decals and parts used.
    Simply Amazing!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    3 years 4 months ago
    German Brummbar (Grizzly Bear) --used to demolish buildings in Warsaw ghetto
    Is that after-market resin add-on zimmerit? I enjoyed great success using it with my Dragon Brumbar. No ost ketten though. Like those bent fenders!
    • Thedoog Premium user United States (Private)
      9 months ago
      Thank you! And yes it is aftermarket. Please see the build log on Armrorama--the link is above in one of my replies.
      Is that after-market resin add-on zimmerit? I enjoyed great success using it with my Dragon Brumbar. No ost ketten though. Like those bent fenders!
  • Kris (Private)
    2 years 9 months ago
    lan Marder IID with scratchbuilt rear screen enclosure
    Awesome. Love the winter camo. I'm a big fan of the Marder series, but what's the origin on this chassis? It's not the Panzer II or 38 (t) that I'm used to seeing. 


    • 10 months ago
      It is based on the Panzerkampfwagen II D chassis, which only shared the turret design with the Panzer II a-C.
      Basically, only a Panzer II in name. Sd.Kfz 131 and 132 were the Sd.Kfz numbers for the different Marder II production vehicles (A-C and F based, or D/E based).
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 months ago
    1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring
    Looks great!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 months ago
    Tamiya StuG III G early "Then and Now".
    Is this the model from your Oil Dot paint tutorial?
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    11 months ago
    Minicraft 1/144 Mig 25 Foxbat and Revell 1/144 MIG 31 Foxhound
    It was great getting to see how you worked on them in your YouTube tutorial video. And now, seeing the finished models, WOW!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    1 year 1 month ago
    MPC's Alpha Moon Base from "Space 1999"
    Love it!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    1 year 1 month ago
    MPC's Alpha Moon Base from "Space 1999"
    Cool!
  • (Anonymously) (Private)
    1 year 3 months ago
    MPC 12" Space 1999 Nuclear Cargo Eagle (Warp Models conversion) with extensive corrections and detailing
    You really do have an eye for detail!
  • Maggs (Private)
    1 year 3 months ago
    MPC 12" Space 1999 Nuclear Cargo Eagle (Warp Models conversion) with extensive corrections and detailing
    Well done! Another masterpiece for us to marvel.