Hi everyone! As I build mostly in 1:72 and sometimes OOB, I’ve had quite a good output in the previous years, not falling below 1 model per month. Well, 2017 proved to be slightly different. I’ve started my approach procedural […]
avid modeller with around 30 years of modelling experience.
I run VVS Modelling weblog and Facebook page and Soviet / Russian Scale Modelling Facebook group.
I mostly build in 1:72 and 1:144.
Main interests are post war soviet/russian aviation, naval aviation, IRIAF, weird looking aircraft, modern naval forces…
Other hobbies include photography, traveling, mountain biking, music journalism (rockline.si) and a bunch of other stuff
Hi everyone! Here’s my latest finished project, the Modelsvit 1:72 Su-17M3 built in the interesting splinter camo of Azerbaijani Air Force. ukhoi Su-17 series developed from the fixed wing Su-7 – the latter having poor low speed handling and the […]
I don’t do a lot of commission builds so this is more of an exception. A flight-simming friend did me a lot of favors in the last few months for which I am very grateful. And he’s a big MiG-21 […]
Sukhoi Design Bureau doesn’t need special introduction. Established in 1939 by Pavel Sukhoi. While the WW2 designs didn’t reach much fame, it was the jet age, that made the OKB-51 (as the Bureau was labeled) most famous. Supersonic Su-7 fighter […]
Beriev Design Bureau was established in 1934 and is the synonym for the amphibian aircraft not only in Russia but on the world level as well. While most of the amphibians were propeller driven like WW2 era MBR-2 and Cold […]
About the aircraft: Sukhoi Su-30 ‘Flankers’ are a two-seat multi-role derivative of the famous Su-27 fighter. There are two main versions of Su-30s. Irkut plant produces the canard and TVC equipped Su-30MK series (in use with Algeria, India, Malaysia, Russia), […]
MiG-29, despite being one of the most popular modern fighters, was poorly served by the scale modelling industry. Italeri’s kit, which until just recently was deemed the most accurate of the currently available kits (though it had its fair share […]