Barbed wire

Here’s a brief tutorial about how to make a realistic-looking barbed wire that adds a bit more realism to your dioramas and scale models!

The barbed wire appears since more than a century in the battlefields, so it could end up in some of our scale model works!

The technique I'm using here is not my invention, you can find it everywhere on the Internet or in specialized magazines. However, for the sake of completeness, I'm putting here my personal experience too! 😉

Leopard 2A5 – Assembling and painting

This German Leopard 2A5 tank model is really detailed. for that reason, assembling and painting phases were demanding but really funny!

This jewel of German engineering has always been one of my favourite vehicles. So, when I saw this model during an expo, I bought it immediately! Thus, in this post I will show you the phases of assembling and painting of my model of Leopard 2A5.

Matilda Mk. II – Photo gallery

In this photo gallery you can admire the peculiar camouflage I chose to paint for this British Matilda Mk. II tank.

The 16th model I completed, built from November 2015 to March 2016, represents a British infantry tank Matilda Mk II, used during the Second World War. It caught my attention mainly due to its unique camouflage pattern.