Scale models and dioramas based on historical subjects built using styrene and resins. Painted with acrylic, oil and enamel paints as well as dry pigments to achieve realistic results.
NOVEMBER 23, 1942
T-60 (Plant No264) - Scale 1:35
On November 23, 1942 the two pincers of the Soviet Southwest and Stalingrad fronts meet at the village of Sovetski, closing the encirclement of the German army in Stalingrad.
T-60 light tank in winter whitewash camouflage, as produced in factory No 264 near Stalingrad.
DON RIVER, JUNE 1942
BM-8-24 Katyusha - Scale 1:35
The German army reaches the Don and advances towards Stalingrad. The Soviet Southwestern front is practically dissolved.
A BM-8-24 Katyusha rocket launcher mounted on a surplus T-60 tank chassis.
BERLIN AREA, APRIL 1945
Polikarpov U-2 - Scale 1:48
The Soviet forces are already in Berlin and the 261 women of the all female 46th 'Taman' Guards Night Bomber Regiment have flown 23,672 missions and lost 32 of their own. 23 will receive the Hero of the Soviet Union medal, the highest number awarded to a single unit.
A light bomber from the all female 46th 'Taman' Guards Night Bomber Regiment.
MOSCOW, DECEMBER 1941
NKL-16 Aerosani - Scale 1:35
The Soviet army start their counteroffensive to break the siege of Moscow. Trucks and tanks are largely useless due to the deep snow.
Aerosanis were light plywood sled, driven by aircraft engines. The NKL-16 was a troop and cargo carrier version.
HAVANA, JANUARY 8 1959
On January 8, 1959 Fidel Castro entered Havana after the success of the Cuban Revolution.
Castro was photographed entering Havana on a Sherman tank named El Principe.