18 Mar

Dorchester ACV from Skytrex Miniatures Review by Ignacio Herrero

A well camouflaged command post.

One of the most iconic vehicle of the WW2, it´s a perfect unknow betwen the people not habitual to the Second Worl War history.

Those one, isn´t a tank, airplane,…etc. Was a command car, who were used for English and German Army during whole World War.

During the Second World War, the United Kingdom was the only country to develop and widely employ purpose-built armoured command vehicles. Those were essentially armoured buses based on truck chassis.

The most common ACV of the British Army was the AEC 4×4 ACV. The vehicle, based on AEC Matador chassis, entered production in 1941. A total of about 415 units were built. The vehicle was used for the first time in the North African Campaign and remained in service until the end of the war. Read More

 
15 Mar

Psc german trucks – update 1: wheels- by Eduard Ferrer

Hi folks.
Here comes a small update to my popularly acclaimed original PSC German truck review.
This time I’ll show you how the extra 5 German Trucks made of spare parts from the original PSC sprue come alive.
If you remember I told you it was pretty easy to build the free extra 5 trucks from the box, using some plasticard and cut sprue. The only missing key pieces to complete the spare trucks were the frontal wheels.
Ok, here comes to the rescue another brilliant Green Stuff product: Blue Stuff Moulds 4 bars. Read More

 
01 Mar

Green Stuff World Textured Rolling Pins Review by Eduard Ferrer

Hello again, this is Eduard reviewing some stuff for you!

I just purchased two Green Stuff World Textured Rolling Pins, and I’d like to share my experience to you.

Made of clear PMMA plastic with amazing non stick properties. Not toxic. They come in several different textures that you can purchase based on your specific needs.

Length: 14’50 cm (5’5 inches)
Diameter: 2’5cm (1 inch)
Pattern Size: 5×10 mm (variable with multiple stone types, all of them different)
Recommended Scales: 1/22 – 1/32 – 1/35 – 1/43 – 1/48

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