|Small Scale Armor Modeling Sites:
- Online magazine for 20mm, 1/72nd and 1/76th scale miniatures.
- 1/76th & 1/72nd
Scale AFV Museum - Always has been, and always will be,
the best on the web.
- 1/76th & 1/72nd
Scale Artillery Museum - Pat Storto's companion site to his
- 1/76th AFV Workshop - Hans van Oerle's site is actually dedicated
to both 1/76th and 1/72nd scales.
- The 1/72nd Scale Page -Björn Bäcklund's site.
- 1/72nd Scale Model Census - A catalog of all 1/72nd scale models:
aircraft, vehicles, ships, etc..
- Dave's Small Worms - From David Bilek, Czech Republic.
- Henk of Holland - Henk Timmerman from the Netherlands
shows his Military Mastermodels in 1/76 and 1/72 scale, which he
made for several manufactures such as Ostmodels Australia, Milicast
Scotland, FCM Germany, MGM Germany and others. The site also has
interesting information of WWII AFV's and is updated regularly.
- IPMS Deutschland - Lots of nice small scale content.
- KgWings - Primarily an aviation site, but Keith Goodman
has several small scale vehicles as well.
- Landships II - By Peter Kempf. Devoted to modeling
WW I tanks in small scale.
- MarcoGanghini.com - From Italy
- Michel Van den Berghe's small scale modelling
site - From Germany
- miniafv - a small scale armour site started
by Erhan Atalay & M.Kerem Özkir from Turkey
- The MiniatureZone - Devoted to all small scale armor, figures
and dioramas. Has a discussion group.
- Modeling the Sherman Tank in 1/72nd Scale
(72Shermans.com) - Doug Chaltry's site on the Sherman
- Panther Build Blog - Jason Geelong's blog.
- Panzermodelling Web - by Joaquín García Gázquez. Mostly 1/35th,
but some 1/72nd as well.
- Pavlikovo Modely - Personal website of Czech modeler,
- Pedestrian Guide to IDF Braille Scale
Modelling - Growing site with lots of reference images and
- Plastic Soldier Review - Reviews of most 1/72nd scale vinyl
figures ever available.
- Polish Armor 1918-1939 - A lot of information for small scale
- Small Scale AFV Pages - One of my favorite sites. Milan Vins'
personal modeling site.
- Steel Models - by Paolo Capitanio
- Small Scale Armour - Alex Clark's personal website.
- Small Scale Blog by Pete Twohey.
- Toy Soldier Chest - Dedicaed to 1/72 scale
- Warped Plastic - Andy Bannister's new site. Formerly
and Message Boards
access to hard-to-find small scale models, try the
following mail order shops:
- 7thKompany - A new shop in
Portugal. Carries several resin and plastic
- Hannants - Very large and well
known shop in London. Carries several lines of
plastic and resin small scale AFV kits.
- HobbyTerra - Carries most eastern
European plastic manufacturers.
- JADAR Models - From Poland.
Distributor of Modelkrak, ARMO, MarS and PART.
Also carry many other European brands. Excellent
selection and great prices.
- Martola Model Shop - From Poland. Many
lines of plastic and resin kits are carried, and
they are the source of NRC resin kits.
- McKeeman Models - U.K. based. Carries
many plastic and some resin companies. eBay store
- MC Modellbau - In Germany. Carries
many plastic and some resin companies.
- Minute Men Toy Soldiers - From the US. Carries
Hasegawa, Revell AG and several lines of figures.
- Modelimex - From Czech Republic.
Carries most Eastern European brands of both
plastic and resin kits.
- NKR Models - From Australia.
- PDI Model Supplies - From England. Carries
CMSC, Greif, MIG, and other small scale
- Roll Models - From the US. Have a
very wide selection of plastic and resin kits.
- Smallscale.de - From Germany. Carries
many plastic companies (including Preiser), and
several rare resin brands too, such as WSW and
- Squadron Mail Order - One of the largest
shops in the US. Has fairly good selection of
several plastic, and a couple resin, companies.
- Tracks & Troops - From Czech Republic. One of
the best hobby shops on the web for 1/72nd scale
armor modelers. Excellent service and prices.
Carries almost all known model brands.
are a large number of websites focused primarily on
1/35th scale AFV modeling, which contain a lot of useful
information for us small scale builders. While I can't
list them all, the following sites seem to be the most