Design And Sculpting

Once accurate plans have been sourced sculpting can begin. We use an epoxy putty
material called Milliput together with parts turned on a lathe, and a wide range of tools
to form the component parts that will make up the aircraft. Our aircraft design and
sculpting techniques have evolved over many years to allow us to recreate highly
detailed accurate aircraft models.

Our tank and aircraft design and sculpting techniques have evolved over many years to allow us to recreate highly detailed accurate aircraft and tank models.
The sculpting process begins with accurate plans and takes several weeks to complete
using a wide variety of tools.

Our tank and aircraft design and sculpting techniques have evolved over many years to allow us to recreate highly detailed accurate aircraft and tank models.
Parts formed from Milliput require several stages of adding material. Initially these
parts are very crude but after filing and then applying more Milliput until the correct
profile is eventually achieved.

Our tank and aircraft design and sculpting techniques have evolved over many years to allow us to recreate highly detailed accurate aircraft and tank models.
Completed parts are test fitted. Larger parts do not have detail added at this stage.

Our tank and aircraft design and sculpting techniques have evolved over many years to allow us to recreate highly detailed accurate aircraft and tank models.
Small parts are also made from Milliput.

Our tank and aircraft design and sculpting techniques have evolved over many years to allow us to recreate highly detailed accurate aircraft and tank models.