Jim Carswell from Canadian in Germany wrote at 03/12/2015, 7:50 PM:
Nice job on the update! I still have the old Military In Scale issues with your articles, very inspirational!
Frank Blanton from USA wrote at 03/10/2015, 11:10 AM:
Great looking models and web site. I am also a fan of U.S. Armor all periods. ..
Steve Zuleski from USA wrote at 03/07/2015, 6:30 PM:
Beautiful work Wim, all of it, great site too! Cheers, Ski.
Joe Passaseo aka Grauwolf@ KitMakerNetwork from Canada wrote at 03/06/2015, 11:26 PM:
You have turned some 40-50 year old kits into MASTERPIECES! Now this is what modeling is all about! Best wishes for the site, Joe.
Desmond Koh from Singapore wrote at 03/05/2015, 9:58 AM:
HI Wim, U have done a fantastic job on the website and even a more fantastic job on the models. They are just simply beautiful. Keep it up. I'm always so eager to see your next project, especially your transporter one. Regards.
Bram from Netherlands wrote at 03/04/2015, 11:30 AM:
The website looks very nice. Your brother did a good job. The photo's are really "popping" your screen with the black background and as said here in the shop the details are amazing. Not like i've seen in the miniature scene at all. I hope you'll make some new models in the nearby future.
Greetings, Bram (Plamirel)
Hans from Netherlands wrote at 03/04/2015, 11:14 AM:
Congratulations with the 2015 restyling of the Mil-Mod site, looks awesome.
Shane Gowan from New Zealand wrote at 03/03/2015, 11:26 AM:
Great site, keep it up. One comment- The Tankworkshop do a resin M123A2C tractor and are about to release the M125 cargo truck, contact VLS for sales. Regards Shane.
Martin Gertenbach from Germany wrote at 03/03/2015, 11:25 AM:
Hi, finally I found time to sign the guestbook and to have a closer look to your site. I'm impressed by the content of the site. Keep it on like this. Martin.
Robin Nilsson from Sweden wrote at 03/03/2015, 11:24 AM:
Hi Wim, Here is a guestbook entry from a Swedish visitor. I don't know if I'm the first but now there is a least one Swedish entry. I appreciate all the work you have put into this site. The only trouble I have with it is that I can't use the front page. The applet showing all the buttons is not allowed to start since it tries to do something funny. I just have to find my way around by reading the html-source for the front page (button frame) and jumping directly to the other pages, gbook.html for instance ;-) You have heard that Accurate Armour is planning to release some interesting US Army stuff? I'm especially looking forward to the M1070 HET. Still waiting for the Atomic Cannon by the way. / Robin