Modeling by Brett Peacock


In Box Preview/review: Zoukei Mura 1/48 Kyushu J7W1 Shinden

by Brett Peacock on June 23, 2014 in Reviews -- 3 Comments

The box (and its pretty dramatic “What-if” artwork) measures 30×21.5X7.5 cm (11.5×8.5×3 inches)so its not really overly large. (The Hasegawa box is about an inch longer and 2/3 as deep. Inside you will find it is very full with 5 […]


Dragon 1/32 Bf110C Nightfighter WIP – No Black paint was used in the commission of this ‘sin’….

by Brett Peacock on August 29, 2013 in How-to -- 8 Comments

This is a WIP of my 1/32 Dragon 110C-7 kit, painted as L1+DH of NJG3, as it was photographed at Benghazi, Libya in 1941, with replacement tail surfaces from a Dayfighter. What makes it “interesting” is that I used no […]



by Brett Peacock on June 26, 2013 in Aviation -- 5 Comments

See! I can play this game, too! This is the Hasegawa 1/48 P39N/Q kit, built OOB with tape harness. I used an Aeromaster AM sheet to depict a VVS machine that served not one but 2 aces, one after the […]


Imperial Defender – Nichimo Ki45Kai Toryu “Nick”

by Brett Peacock on December 3, 2012 in Aviation -- 3 Comments

This is the older Nichimo kit, built largely OOB with Aeromaster decals (Imperial Defenders) I chose the allover Army green machine over the more conventional Grey and green blotch as it gives the aircraft a very different look. The Homeland […]


Revell Starfury

by Brett Peacock on November 28, 2012 in Uncategorized -- 2 Comments

Babylon 5 kind of grew on me slowly. I was not really impressed by the First season (the lead was and is a Charisma free Zone) but when they “brought in the Bruce” the show really took off. This is […]


And now for something…Completely Different

by Brett Peacock on November 28, 2012 in Uncategorized -- 1 Comment

This is a 1/9 scale figure in Vinyl by Sol of Korea called Verona. She was primed with Auto lacquer primer in pale grey then airbrushed with Model master enamels, and finally the small details painted by hand with the […]


Paper Project in Plastic… Trumpeter 1/48 Messerschmitt Me509, JG 7, 1946

by Brett Peacock on November 28, 2012 in Aviation -- 2 Comments

This is the Trumpeter kit of the German Proposal for the Me509, whch was drawn up to succeed the Me309 design moving the engine from the nose to midships (like the Airacobra/Kingcobra family.) and putting the cockpit where the engine […]


The First Photo Jet

by Brett Peacock on November 28, 2012 in Aviation -- 6 Comments

This is the Dragon Messerschmitt Me262 Recon variant, built OOB and painted with Modelmaster and Xtracolor enamels. The decals are from another Ventura sheet, with both ME262’s recon & captured options. This machine served in Northern Italy in 1945 The […]


North African PanzerKnacker

by Brett Peacock on November 28, 2012 in Aviation -- 1 Comment

This is the Revell boxing of the Hasegawa 1/48 Henschel Hs129B-2 kit, featuring the North African option (Blue O). Built OOB with tape belts and painted with Modelmaster enamels. The colours are RLM 79/80 over RLM 65 as the plane […]


“Gustavo!” – Italian for Gustav…Part 2

by Brett Peacock on November 28, 2012 in Aviation -- 2 Comments

This is the older Revell Bf109G-10 kit, also done in Italian RSI markings. It’s a very straightforwards kit, with basic detail (no slats and flaps to play with!) and apart from a too-small Prop diameter, a fairly accurate rendition of […]