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|1. ||Gunstar from 'The Last Starfighter' [ 30,608 ]|
by: Duncan Scott
|2. ||Scale Model World 2010 [ 19,206 ]|
by: Andy Brazier
|3. ||Tripwire [ 16,488 ]|
by: Bruce D
|4. ||Maschinen Krieger Anti Gravity Fighter Falke [ 16,210 ]|
|5. ||X-Wing Fighter [ 13,537 ]|
by: Marco Sari
|6. ||Finemolds Tie Fighter [ 13,367 ]|
by: Jim Shearer
|7. ||IPMS Scale Model World 2008 [ 12,876 ]|
by: Andy Brazier
|8. ||Star Wars Rancor [ 11,718 ]|
by: Scott Lodder
|9. ||Tchernobyl, exclusion zone [ 11,582 ]|
by: Jean-Bernard André
|10. ||1/35 Dustbuster [ 11,483 ]|
by: Michael Fichtenmayer
Matthew Quiroz has sent in some wonderful pictures of his truly inspiring Fantastical Fish.
The recent Steam-punk campaign produced some very good and well thought out models. Here are the finished entries.
Bruce D (meaty_hellhound) has sent us a great feature on his post apocalyptic scene, titled Tripwire.
Andy Brazier has sent in some pictures of the recent Scale Model World show held in Telford, England.
Matthew Quiroz has sent us some great pictures of his scratchbuilt Porcupine Probe.
My mate Marmite! Hellhound describes how he created the superb weathered finish on his 1:20 Hasegawa Falke using... yes, Marmite!
Guillermo Centeno takes us through the process of building the master for his up and coming kit, The Neb.
Knight models 70mm Luke and Yoda vignette.
|Behind the Curtains at Bandai|
by: Maker World
Take a trip into the wonderful manufacturing hub of Bandai's Star Wars model series. You may think manufacturing models is an automatic process handled by robots, but in fact, it requires the superb craftsmanship of a team of experienced model makers.
|Star Destroyer Redu - Part 1|
by: Randy Cooper
Randy is well known in sci-fi scratch-building corner of the web, but we thought it would be nice to highlight this recent project on a Star Wars Imperial Star Destroyer measuring 42 inches (107cm) in length.
|Imperial Star Destroyer Take-down!|
Kostas Katseas stirs the fantasy waves with his latest mini-diorama of the US Naval fleet taking down an Imperial Star Destroyer and then trying to avoid the inevitable.
|Stellar Star Trek Starship Bridge|
by: Ronald Seipel
Ron started with the AMT/ERTL 1/32 kit of the Enterpcrise Bridge from the original Star Trek TV series1960's and greatly enhanced it. Lighting up the controls and adding the bridge outer hull completely transforms the kit into a unique display piece.
by: Anthony Hughes
ALIEN made audiences cringe in 1978 and along with Star Wars premiering the previous year, they played a major role in cementing science fiction as the next great film genre. This Polar Lights resin kit build with lights was built by Anthony 'Ant' Hughes
|David Wood's MAiM Front46 Vignette|
by: David Woods
David Woods (dwartist) assembled and painted a few kits from Modern Armies in Miniature's 1/35 "Front 46" product line and arranged them in a stunning vignette. Thanks, David!
|The Mysterians: The Moguera|
by: Mike Maynard
Michael Maynard (Superchief) brings us his custom diorama of "The Mysterians: The Moguera." Thanks, Michael!
|Freighter USS Antares|
by: Duncan Scott
Duncan shows us a side of Star Trek not typically seen by viewers. A ship referenced but not seen in the original series but given a form in the effects updated Star Trek: Remastered series.
|Schaft Enterprise Type 8FF Labor|
An original design from Dizzyfugu, a.k.a Thomas, from Germany; a'Labor' from the universe of the Japanese anime Patlabor. Thomas provides a detailed description of his kitbashing as well as a backstory for this mecha.
by: Shawn Bourbeau
Shawn has allowed us to post some of his latest work. This is his first Ma.k universe kit as well as his first Wave kit and 1/20 scale kit.