Photo Album 29 - My kids are in on the action - Christian's Dioramas

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Photo Album 1 - The Road to Minsk
Photo Album 2- The Road to Minsk
Photo Album 3 - The Road to Minsk
Photo Album 4- OS2U Kingfisher
Photo Album 5 - Flakvierling
Photo Album 6 - Building the Flakvierling
Photo Album 7 - Dauntless SBD
Photo Album 8 - Dauntless SBD
Photo Album 9 - Channel Gazing
Photo Album 10 - Stuka and Matilda
Photo Album 11- ME-109 and Spitfire V
Photo Album 12 - Anzio
Photo Album 13 - Anzio
Photo Album 14 - Bastogne Aftermath
Photo Album 15 - Normandy Ambush & more
Photo Album 16 - The First Time I Saw Paris
Photo Album 17- Aachen 1944
Photo Album 18 - Aachen 1944
Photo Album 19 - PT109
Photo Album 20 - "Corner Kick" Curtiss P-40
Photo Album 21 - Building "Corner Kick"
Photo Album 22 - Black Widow
Photo Album 23 - Assorted models
Photo Album 24 - Somewhere in Saudi (A-10)
Photo Album 25 - Top Gun Air Show
Photo Album 26 - Top Gun Airshow 2
Photo Album 27 - The Mother of all Battles
Photo Album 28 - The First Night - F-111
Photo Album 29 - My kids are in on the action - Christian's Dioramas
Photo Album 30 - My kids are in on the action - Nicole's Dinosaurs
Photo Album 31 - Coming Soon - Operation Market Garden
Photo Album 32 - The War Room
Photo Album 33 - Antique Ships Restoration Project
Photo Album 34 - Restoration Project II
Photo Album 35 - Restoration Project III
Photo Album 36 - Restoration Project IV
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Above: One of Christian's first dioramas, made when he was 12. A Jagdpanther crashes through a Normandy hedgerow, while a foot soldier turns to throw a grenade. When he was 5 or 6, he used to sneak into the model room, open an unbuilt model, and try to put it together with Scotch tape.


Above: Christian's Heinkel HE-111 sits on a hardstand in Germany. Nearby, an AA gun sits at the ready. The model is almost done - just a few more details and clean up remain.


Above: The HE-111 under construction in the model shop. The staple medium bomber for the Luftwaffe throughout WWII, the HE-111 was adequate for the early days of the war, but was obsolete by 1943 and easy prey for Allied fighters.


Above: An F-15 sits on a runway, guarded by an MP. This model was Christian's first jet, built when he was 13. At 13, I could not have come close to this kind of detail.