Here's a canoe, a free model I got from, along with a Reaper monk for scale. It will fit two figures comfortably, three at a squeeze.

I printed it at pretty low rez (0.2mm) for speed, and it looks pretty OK I think. It would be better at a higher resolution of course, but I'm using it as a game token, not as a diorama piece, so this is fine for my purposes.

I imported the STL into Blender and stretched it to make a three-seat and four-seat canoe, one each of which are on the printer at this very moment.

Ram Kangaroo (revisited)

 I painted one of these once before, in the colours I thought it would have appeared in the Italian campaign, but it turned out that the Kangaroo didn't come into service until after that Mud/Black scheme was abandoned. So, here it is again in plain old olive drab.

The figures are Battlefront's old 15mm Mediterranean Brits.

Rear view

The model does have a little bit of interior detail. Not much, but a little.

Bergman SU-76 M Remix

This is a remix I've done of M. Bergman's 1:100 scale SU-76 M model.

All I've done is separate the fighting compartment and gun, to ease the placement and removal of supports, and add track pin and guides detail.

You can get the STLs (free) at

4.5cm PaK (t) auf R-35 (f)

 I whipped this up mostly out of digital bits and pieces I had left over from other Blender projects. It's a German hodge-podge of a...