Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

(MOC) Show us what you got!

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • Grasshopper Squadron
    replied
    Originally posted by MBBChris View Post
    I was looking through my Youtube videos on which one was the most popular in 2020. Seems that my micro LCM Landing Craft was number 5 in the top 5! Pretty good score among all the 1/35 scale stuff that is normally more popular. Therefor I thought it would be nice to show the picture I posted on my Instagram yesterday, here to.

    IMG_4398.jpg

    All the positive reactions on Instagram to this picture and the DD Shermans, made me want to build another Landing Sherman... this time with snorkels!
    I thought that would be an easy fix, but it took me more time then I thought it would, and even several diverent designs, but I ended up with this being the end result:

    IMG_4420.jpg

    I might do a little tutorial on that little "add on" in the future.
    Nice DDs Chris!

    Leave a comment:


  • MBBChris
    replied
    I was looking through my Youtube videos on which one was the most popular in 2020. Seems that my micro LCM Landing Craft was number 5 in the top 5! Pretty good score among all the 1/35 scale stuff that is normally more popular. Therefor I thought it would be nice to show the picture I posted on my Instagram yesterday, here to.

    IMG_4398.jpg

    All the positive reactions on Instagram to this picture and the DD Shermans, made me want to build another Landing Sherman... this time with snorkels!
    I thought that would be an easy fix, but it took me more time then I thought it would, and even several diverent designs, but I ended up with this being the end result:

    IMG_4420.jpg

    I might do a little tutorial on that little "add on" in the future.

    Leave a comment:


  • MBBChris
    commented on 's reply
    This looks really good! Never thought a Huey would be possible at this scale! You did a great job

  • Grasshopper Squadron
    commented on 's reply
    Nice helicopter!

  • Russiantanker12
    replied
    Ok, I finally got around to making a doors open version. The rotor blades still need to be bigger tho. Since Dan made an amazing update to the Huey I thought I’d make this as a MBB tribute.
    You do not have permission to view this gallery.
    This gallery has 2 photos.

    Leave a comment:


  • MBBChris
    commented on 's reply
    wtrand03 Thank you!

  • MBBChris
    commented on 's reply
    Wow! Look at that gun! What a beast! I really like it, good job done

  • wtrand03
    commented on 's reply
    Impressive! Very well made!

  • xpasza
    replied
    The US M40 GMC. One of my personal favorites just because of how the gun turned out.
    You do not have permission to view this gallery.
    This gallery has 2 photos.

    Leave a comment:


  • wtrand03
    commented on 's reply
    Thanks! I like to take things and put my own spin on them. Also, your tutorial videos are fantastic!

  • MBBChris
    commented on 's reply
    That is a good idea indeed.
    And I love to see you took my tutorial video and got creative with it! Keep on doing that

  • MBBChris
    commented on 's reply
    wtrand03 yeah now you say that, I see it to

  • wtrand03
    replied
    This is an example of my idea of mounted infantry. The APC in this picture is called the Personnel Tractor 1 (PT-1), a modified version of MMBChris’ Sd.Kfz. 251 Halftrack.

    In the movement rules for infantry, infantry can walk or sprint. However, my idea of mounted infantry will allow a third movement option for infantry: APCs. This option is the fastest option and provides more protection to infantry too, but like sprinting, the infantry would not be able to attack in that turn. In other words, mounted infantry is a fast, efficient way of bringing troops to battle.
    You do not have permission to view this gallery.
    This gallery has 1 photos.

    Leave a comment:


  • wtrand03
    commented on 's reply
    Yeah it kind of does! But I think it looks more like “Little Willie,” the predecessor of the Mark I tank.

  • MBBChris
    commented on 's reply
    That little one looks like a Bob Semple tank!
Working...
X