mercoledì 9 febbraio 2022
lunedì 27 dicembre 2021
domenica 19 dicembre 2021
venerdì 17 dicembre 2021
Here are some photos of the prototype of the new "Tubize" locomotive, freelance version.
This model is designed for Tomytec TM-TR07 motorization.
The locomotive is available in the Jellymodels store on Shapeways.
mercoledì 24 novembre 2021
Some images from the Hakone caldera and the museum where there is a diorama of the ropeway that leads to it for which I collaborated.
Hakone is a town in Japan located in the beautiful mountainous area in the Ashigarashimo district. It's a famous tourist destination due to the numerous onsen, nature and the beautiful views of Fuji.
It is part of the Kanagawa prefecture.
sabato 20 novembre 2021
giovedì 18 novembre 2021
The Hakone Tozan Railway has been in operation since 1919 in the mountains of Hakone area. This particular railcar with serial number 107 is the first ever train. It was originally built of wood in 1919 and was converted to steel thirty years later in 1950.
martedì 9 novembre 2021
New JellyModels kit!
This freelance Climax locomotive kit is fully 3D printed,
with parts printed in ABS-like resin for the larger pieces and in high definition for the details.
The model is designed for use the Kato 11-105/11-106 /11-107 power unit.
"A Climax locomotive is a type of geared steam locomotive in which the two steam cylinders are attached to a transmission located under the center of the boiler. This transmits power to driveshafts running to the front and rear trucks." (Wikipedia)
lunedì 8 novembre 2021
domenica 7 novembre 2021
This locomotive, built by Badoni company (Lecco-Italy) in standard gauge, was later converted to operate yard trains on narrow gauge railway lines.
The kit is in H0e-9mm gauge, made by 3D printed ABS-like resin to ensure greater resistance. The motorization comes from the range Narrow Garage.
The kit is simple and it’s very easy to assemble.
venerdì 5 novembre 2021
During WW2, the Germans developed a wide range of railway equipment for military use. Among these were the Panzer Draisine!
This is the first prototype, in scale Z (1/220). It's not the final version... I will probably change some too fragile details!
In the future the version equipped with a PZIII turret will also be designed.
What do you think?