Some NSKK AA gun crews look on while I glue a Roco crane together. I am using this US Cold War crane for a WWII German one with a little modification.
Tools of the trade. Sanding stick, knife with snap blade so is is always super sharp, pin vise with bit for drilling tiny holes, great for antennas, and wheel holes for the axle, tweezers for tweezing stuff, make up brush so I not only look good for photos, but I dust the vehicles with it before painting. Long term storage sometimes gets dusty. Wire cutters for cutting wire, hence the name wire cutters. A little flat nosed pliers for holding small items, sort of like tweezers but with a wider gripping area for a stronger hold. All displayed on a cutting mat to keep the work surface free of cuts. The lines are also helpful for making short cuts in plastic and eyeballing the size of the sheet.