Modeling Gallery, Show Us Your Best

People don't really mean it when they ask for advise. They are just looking for confirmation of deciions they have already made.          Anon

If you believe that, I'm not sure this will help much.

There have been many requests in the past for galleries where modelers could display their work for viewing by others.

Face it, we often learn more about our modeling neat tricks and/or mistakes from others. It is especially gratifying to hear from other modelers.

That is our hope for the Online Brag Book, that it become a meeting place for those who have learned and those who want to learn.

Scroll down to the bottom of the page for links to gallery submissions already made along with stories about them.
There is something about photographs of our modeling efforts. They attract modelers from all over the world. It is a simple matter to set up your own gallery page.

1. Select up to four views of your subject model. Crop to a similar size, for instance, 495 px by 250-300 px for a uniform appearance.

2. Use the below uploader to move pictures from your computer to this page.

3. Add a few words to serve as cutlines for the individual photos.

4. Tell us your story about this project: How did it come to be? What is your favorite detail and why? How long did it take? What did you learn from it? Any precautions you would offer to those looking to do the same?

5. Provide the ability for us to contact you, it is your choice whether or not we share it with others.

When you are done, invite your friends and family to comment on your latest scale model pictures. You can share your model’s web page on Facebook or Twitter by using the buttons at the bottom of your newly created web page.

You will also find a link there to copy, allowing you to easily link from forum posts or blog comments!

Online Brag Book!
Show Us Your Pictures

Here is our attempt at immortalizing the modeling efforts of scale modelers around the world. Here you can easily create your own web page for the model you like most.

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M26 Pershing, American Nazi Killer 
Although this tank was classified as a medium tank, it was very effective against the much larger and slower enemy tanks of its day. With its 90 mm gun …

Rolling Coffin 
These tanks were designed with the state of the art technology of there day, they were cheaply made with an attempt to overwhelm the enemy with numbers. …

Scale Auto Dioramas 
1/64 to 1/16 Car Themed Dios.....see more at SMH Comments Looks so much like a service station I used to know when I was growing …

Castle and diorama in scale 1:220 - Z (or 1:160 - N)  
I built the castle to the presentation in an Train-Museum in Germany. During the making I have written step for step construction manual. You can …

My Cannon Project 
I was given an old CVA "Old Ironsides" cannon kit to build for a friend of my wife. It was old and incomplete and had some rust on it. It is a black powder …

Flack Panzer 
Break out the big guns

Raney's Tiger 
Although I have built many WWII armored vehicles', I think the Tiger tank was the most advanced in technology of its time, it was also one of my favorite …

Pink Cadillac Junker Dio 
....bought a Solido diecast at a thrift store, no windshield, missing seat back, thought it would make a good junker. The bike was lowered to get a more …

A pair of Junkyard "Woodies" 
Sometimes it takes real talent to make a mess. Ron makes it look real easy. This is a small 12"x12" diorama in 1/32nd Scale. The model is scratchbuilt …

Log Farmhouse Shows Unusual skill 
Hi all ... me again with my latest project. I scratch build all of my log cabins by hand from my own hand drawn plans, none of them are kits. Each …

Heading South 
A few weeks ago while thinking about re-arranging my den I was sitting watching TV when all of a sudden one of my (luckily)not yet completed model trucks …

Flight From the Corner Bookshelf 
My new room doesn't lack for space and yet, somehow, ends up as home for the oddest furniture in the house and invariably, this becomes home for my dioramas. …

Black Widow Diorama Finished 
I really enjoyed building this diorama, the first of several to be displayed in my new room. This one is modeled after the diorama done by Shep Paine …

The Greatest Modeler 
Over the years I have been able to visit some of God's most wonderous creation elements and actually capture a picture. Here are a few I treasure. These …

Bookcase airport hangar 
I found this site because I needed help with scratch building a beltloader to scale. I have gotten alot out of this site, and this is the result. …

One Of My Favorites: Rescue Mission 
This was a kitbash project of The Rescue Mission by Downtown Deco. This model was mostly plaster and one I felt most clearly represented the type of urban …

Finnish Tank 
An old kit from 30 years ago, I think offer a choice of decals and I took Finnish...sorry for the lack of historical knowledge, I was more interested in …

The old Alabama stock car 
I bought this model from a grocery store clearance center 20 years ago and built it as a deep south USA backyard (in my imagination, I live in Canada). …

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