Ryusei due to its long development never reached its intended role as carrier bomber. Very large plane with inverted gull wings is certainly interesting as modelling subject. Fujimi’s kit is tipical mid-’80s, with subtle engraved details, but with very poor […]
Main interest is WWII airplanes, in 1/72, favorite subject recently is Japanese a/c.Member of Belgrade Scale Modellers Club and IPMS Serbia.
Built out of the box, this kit represents Lancaster of 408 (Goose) Squadron, 6 Group Royal Canadian AF, RAF Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire. This aircraft was lost on Hamburg raid July 28/29. 1944, whole crew was lost. Construction was straightforward, no big […]
I finished her some time ago, but I was too lazy to show progress on In progress discussion group. It was relaxing project despite its size, only aftermarket used was Eduard masks for windows. Kit has a lot of fine […]
Real icon of WWII, Betty was a long time on my list of must-do Japanese a/c. As she’s big plane, I always opted for some smaller subjects, to be able to finish them more quickly. When I started building it, […]
Very known Tamiya model, and very easy to build. Built OOB except from seat belts made of Tamiya tape. Color is Gunze H-24 Orange yellow.
Ki-51 was a versatile airplane, built in over 2.300 units. Although easy pray for modern American fighters, it had very important role in secondary war theaters. I choose to present a version in controversial dark blue camouflage, which operated in […]