We had a nautiloid moment here at SMN, when we realised that good models of Jules Verne's fictional Nautilus are far easier to get hold of than the US Navy vessel. And of the Verne subs, few are better than this one, from Oregon-based Total Immersion.
This is one of my scratch made, 1:35 scale dioramas made with Masterbox figures which I glued together and hand painted. This is one of my all time favorite creations. Enjoy! Don't forget to visit my web site, BATTLE SCENE PRODUCTIONS which I share with my photographer and toy soldier collector friend at www.battlesceneproductions.net and visit the Photo Gallery to see all of our creations. Thanks for stopping by.
Aurora kits represented a goldmine of exotica in years gone by. While other companies were giving us familiar (even then) P-51 Mustangs and Spitfires, Aurora teased us with luridly marked P-36 Peashooters and of course, movie monsters like The Mummy. Today, such kits achieve good prices on the collector market, and quite right too - though of course, once they achieve such status, they'll never get built, which is a bit of a shame. So which early Auroras have achieved stardom in my hall of fame? Find out now, with Mr J's five Auroras from the vaults:
This is a small section of BATTLE SCENE PRODUCTIONS first Promotional Diorama for a company named, COLLECTORS SHOWCASE.
The World War Two Era German figures and vehicles are all made in 1:30 scale and are limited editions. I made the background buildings and smoke. I colored the smoke but then it was enhanced in the computer to give it a brighter look to it. Don't forget to vist our Photo Galleries which are located on our web site. www.battlesceneproductions.net