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Shawn sent some photos of his build of these two magnificent models. These models are (relatively) new offerings by Pegasus from the new series of Battlestar Galactica.
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Roman Khramov shares with us his work showing a destroyed Empire Fighter.
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Pegasus Models really outdid themselves with this eye-cathing model of the Nautilus from Verne's book "Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea".
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Long before we landed on the moon we dreamed of what it might be like to get there and explore. Writers like Jules Verne, “From Earth to the Moon” 1856, H.G. Wells, “First Men in the Moon” 1901, took us their in literature and we used our imaginati
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THE TOY & ACTION FIGURE MUSEUM is an incredible attraction in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma, about half-way between Dallas, Texas, and Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. I went there for a photo or two for a friend who collects Transformers, and ended up staying a while,
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Andy brings us some photos from the show at Telford over the 10th and 11th November 2018.
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Keith sent in these excellent photos of the Space Shuttle Discovery in its new berth at the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum's Steven F. Uvar-Hazy Center annex near Dulles Airport in Washington D.C.
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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.
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Gary (Transition Modeller on YouTube) built up this unique looking kits last year for us. Apologies on their late arrival here on the site.
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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.
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Daniel shows us the RetroSF Spiderbananaaa! kit and diorama base he made for his son who is a fan of the web slinger.
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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.
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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
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Andy Brazier (betheyn) brings us photos of the Sci-Fi entries at Scale Model World 2015, held on the weekend of November 7th and 8th. Thanks, Andy!
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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!
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Michael Maynard (Superchief) brings us his custom diorama of "The Mysterians: The Moguera." Thanks, Michael!
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Celso shares with us his latest -a Hasegawa kit of the VF-22 Sturmvogel from the Japanese animated series Macross 7, the 3rd television series form the Macross franchise.
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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.
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Top Gun meets World of Warcraft. Will Vale shares with us his work on a subject that even Maverick and Goose may have met their match with.
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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.
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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.
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An kitbash/scratchbuild project turning a model kit of a robot from the movies into a a space vehicle concept from another movie.
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From the rebooted Japanese animated series Yamato 2199, the Bandai 1/1000 as done by Celso Ryuji from Brazil.
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From trailer park kid to hero of the galaxy, Alex Rogan saves Earth and the Star League from the traitorous Xur with help of his pilot, Grig, in their Gunstar. Duncan Scott provides us with his wonderful build of Alex's space fighter.
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Rob Pollock (rob_pollock) brings us his 1/35 Steampunk conversion he titled, "Matilda Swann - Steam Wars."
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Anthony Karl Erdelji (of Doctor Faust's Painting Clinic) has a three-part video series on his build of the Moebius Model's 1/8 Batman kit. Here is part 2.
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Brent Watterson (DaGreatQueeg) brings us two of his beautiful Warhammer 40K builds: "Dark Angels Deathwing Land Raider" and "Razorback fire support Rhino."
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Anthony Karl Erdelji (of Doctor Faust's Painting Clinic) has a three-part video series on his build of the Moebius Model's 1/8 Batman kit. Here is part 1.
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Andy Brazier (betheyn) brings us Sci-Fi and Fantasy model kit contest photos from IPMS Telford, 2014. Thanks, Andy!

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Jessica Cooper (Jessica_C) brings us photos from the 2014 IPMS Fall Show in Vancouver, Canada. Thanks, Jessica!
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Jon Emery has modified his M3 Stuart into a fictional walking mech.
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Mark Wells (mwells) brings us a unique perspective of the 1947 crash at Roswell, New Mexico.
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Matt Flegal presents a show report on the 2014 Jerseyfest Model Kit and Statue Fair. Thanks, Matt!
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Gary outlines his next long term project, the Revell Republic Star Destroyer which he plans to light up. His first attempt at lighting a model.
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Steve Andrews has built and completed his 1/35 Industria Mechanika "Rook" walking mech. Here are photos and text excerpts from Steve's "build post." Thanks, Steve!
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We take a look at these new kits from Aoshima, small mini kits of two (well 3 really) of the vehicles from the 1960's puppet-animation show, Thunderbirds!
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Andy Brazier (betheyn) brings us photos from the IPMS Science-Fiction/Fantasy competition held at Telford, England, 2013. Thanks, Andy!
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Gary has a channel on YouTube (MakingModelsAgain) and was nice enough to let us share these videos with you.
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David Woods (dwartist) has been commissioned by several wargaming miniature companies to assemble, paint, and photograph their products. Here is Filbot's resin FDV4 "Mako" that he built and painted. Great work, David, looks excellent!
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Jessie_C (Jessica Cooper) brings us Sci-Fi contest entry photos from IPMS Vancouver, Canada, 2013. Thanks, Jessica!
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A feature of Marco Sari's ("Jupiterblitz") nicely-built 1/20 "Ma.K. Maschinen Krieger Kröte Wave." Nice job, Marco!
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Raul Torres (Tylusfaust) brings us a painted photo feature of his 54mm Scibor Blunderbuss Figure.
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Mangozac has completed building Resin Addict's impressive 1/35 "The Fiddler" mech which was showcased as Modelgeek NEWS a while back. See his build blog here. Thanks, Mangozac!
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Industria Mechanika ("Fichtenfoo") has completed building and painting the 1/35 "Dustbuster" designed by Miguel Lopez.
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Michael Fichtenmayer has completed a very nice build of the 1/48 resin Science-Fiction Orb Ship kit designed by Scott Robinson.
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Rob Notron brings us his completed build of Industria Mechanika's "Chompbot" designed by Jake Parker.
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We take a look at this new kit from Dragon Models which has all the major components of the last Apollo Space Mission (to the moon). Apologies in advance for some of the audio. I have learned my lesson for future vids!
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Matthew Quiroz has sent in some wonderful pictures of his truly inspiring Fantastical Fish.
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The recent Steam-punk campaign produced some very good and well thought out models. Here are the finished entries.
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Bruce D (meaty_hellhound) has sent us a great feature on his post apocalyptic scene, titled Tripwire.
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