Thursday, February 27, 2014


Sculpted and painted by Ju-Won Jung
Medium : sculpey, wood / oil, acrylic
Size : H 8" × W 9".  Aprox. 20x23 cm

This is a beautiful piece by Korean artist Ju-Won Jung. Both sculpting and painting are so amazing that it looks like a three-dimensional painting. The girl´s gaze has something magnetic, isn´t it?

Ju-Won works sculpting busts for his own company Galapagos Miniatures.
You can see more of Ju-Won works in his facebook and in the Galapagos Miniatures homepage:
Ju-Won Jung´s Facebook 
Galapagos Miniatures 


Friday, February 7, 2014

The "War Machine" work: Eduard 1/48.

OK, almost a year after beginning this project, here are some photos of the finished Eduard´s Mig-21. Apart from the Eduard Brassin for the landing gear and wheel wells I also used the Aires detail set for the cockpit and the electronics boxes behind the cockpit. For the main control panel I used Eduard´s painted photoetched. The ejection seat is CMK´s and the pitot tube is from Master Model. Oh, and some scratch-work, you know...
I used Alclad "white aluminium" and Tamiya "Smoke" to paint and shade the different panels; and AMMO of Mig Jimenez products to make the weathering.
For the small diorama I used a Soviet Hex Airfield from Uschi Van Der Rosten, an Ural fuel tanker from Balaton Models, a soviet weapons loading cart by Aerobonus, photoetched wheel chocks from Brengun and a photoetched ladder from Eduard.

The heavy weathered fuselage gives to the aircraft the operational look I was looking for when I began this mass production war machine.
Here you have the link for this Mig-21 Chronicle

Hope you like it!

Diego Quijano.