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Canadian model-maker Gary Edmundson has built this wonderful Panzer Concepts 42cm Gamma-Gerät artillery gun & crane in 1/35th scale. The gun-crew figures he put together from the spare-box, using various manufacturer’s parts and adding some of the JSM Spare Heads … Continue reading
German figure painter Gunther Sternberg has done a nice job on the JSM 1/32nd 54mm Prussian Driver. For more information on this figure, or the other versions in 1/35th and 1/16th scale.
Boris Kharlamov from Russia has sent photos of his painted version JSM Sapper Stormtrooper bust in 1/10 scale. Boris has done a superb paint job on this subject and in a way makes the bust come alive. He changed the … Continue reading
The first sets of JSM Single heads are also now available in groups of 5 in both the 1/35th and 1/32nd scales. There will be more Head Sets to follow including variations of the new Prussian Driver heads, (here the … Continue reading
I wanted to share these photos from Italian model maker Polo Terzi who has created this 1/10th scale World War 1 Italian 240 Bombarda Mortar. The complete diorama is scratch-built – except for the 1:10th scale JSM German and French … Continue reading
The Prussian Driver full figure is now available in 1/35th, 1/32nd and 1/16th Here are just a few of the photos which I used to create this figure. Also, more examples of David Lane’s painting skills, this time just 2 … Continue reading
Italian modeller Polo Terzi has created some variations to the 1/10th scale JSM German M16 Helmet with a unique and rare camouflage pattern. Shown here is an original helmet situated in a museum in Italy.
I wanted to share these wonderful photos from a German modeller and friend Maks Hof. He has converted the 1/32nd JSM French Infantryman to this little scene with many interesting items. Another interesting 1/32nd conversion by Maks. The figure head, … Continue reading
These photos speak for themselves. David Lane’s painted version of the new JSM bust – Prussian Motor Transport Corps Driver, 1915. David has painted both the original and alternative heads. The Shoulder Rat, which just sits there, his rear feet … Continue reading