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Fisher Ryan stm RAAF 1/32

August 6, 2015 in Aviation

Hi all,
This is the Fisher Model and Pattern Ryan STM
The RAAF obtained a number of these aircraft from the Dutch after the fall of Java in 1942 and put them to use as squadron liason aircraft.
my example was based in Temora, New South Wales and was used as the squadron hack hence the weathered look.
The resin kit in 1/32 scale was built from the box with the addition of fabric seatbelts and knitting in thread for the rigging.

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14 responses to Fisher Ryan stm RAAF 1/32

  1. Nicely finished and photographed, sir……I like it.

  2. Nice looking model. You had a great canvas on which to work your magic.

  3. 🙂 … Greetings … 🙂 :
    Nice clean and sharp work.

  4. Nice, Brent. A sharp looking aircraft and very evocative of the period.

  5. Very cool. Nice job. Good to see some Raaf subjects. Got a Hudson on the way soon. 🙂

  6. I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve considered buying this kit, but not actually pulled the trigger… It looks great Brent, I like the subtle shading & weathering.

  7. Brilliant job on such an unusual subject. I’ve yet to tackle a resin kit.

  8. Wow, this is a real nice build, loved the pictures. Nice Brent.

  9. A really nice build with a great paint job on. “used” yellow isn t too easy.
    Well done

  10. really nicely done ! I just had a quick look on their store, and it’s not as expensive as I would have imagined – I might stick this on on the old wish list !

  11. Thanks for the kind words everyone!! Your comments are welcome and appreciated

  12. Nice job Bart. The example at Temora at the moment is a very high shine NMF finish. Almost a mirror finish. Cheers, Mick.

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