FrankieonPC of YouTube doing one of his war story videos. One of his best thus far to me.
Magic Factory contacted me and is asking to poll modelers on a question about a new kit. The kit would be a yet un-released 1/700 scale USS Nimitz-class aircraft carrier. I added the second bit about which ship you'd most like to build.
Colin Swager sent us his recent build. In his words: "Probably the most demanding build I have done. A great looking ship though."
A video from the 'Drachinifel' channel on YouTube, this one looks at the life story of the two US fleet carriers to bear the name USS Hornet.
Plasmo has added this new video to his channel on YouTube.
"Studio Blue Ocean" (@odJogQUGPJ2P1PG) on Twitter recently put up these amazing photos of his 6 month build in 1/350 of the USS CV-63 Kitty Hawk & CG-63 Cowpens.
Scott reviews two kits we sent him earlier this year. The German Grobes Torpedoboot G-39 1916 and The Royal Navy Dockside Base. Both in 1:700 scale.
A review of a provided sample by Small Solider on YouTube.
A video review of the Flyhawk German Light Cruiser Königsberg (1940) with Bonus parts by Small Soldier on YouTube.
Magic Scale Modeling has released a plug & play electronic set for Trumpeter's 1/200th RMS Titanic.
Jean shares his first attempt at a ship model in 40 years. Something tells me he built a few prior to that.
This tutorial goes over how easy adding videos is.
This video tutorial will go over the basics of adding a photo feature to the site.
This is from one of the more popular YouTube channels out there (with like 550k subscribers) and just another example of the type of content members (and content makers) can post easily here now.
A video I put up on YouTube back in 2017. Just populating the site a bit and also want to show how easy this is. A link, a title and a small description and hit submit. Easy.