This is my latest (completed) effort.
It's the 1/32 Kinetic Hawk 100 series kit modified to a 76 squadron RAAF Hawk 127 LIF (Lead In Fighter trainer).
Whilst there is nothing inherently wrong with the kit it is definitely not a 127 as the destru[...]
The “new guy” first time post! As a former Marine myself I thought I’d pay homage to my Desert Storm brothers with this little dio. This project contained a ton of firsts especially since I’ve only been back in the hobby for about a year now. Us[...]
My last build from "Holiday Battle" with my friend. Very nice kit, this is only oob, only masks and seat belts from Eduard.
No.487 Squadron, Royal New Zealand Air Force Methwold, England, May 1943
I started this model from an OLD original working drawing by J.E.Bishop, printed in “The Australasian Coachbuilder and Saddler” published in October 1896. I saw a couple of these vehicles on TV in an old short movie clip about Brisbane, Qld.
Here are a few images I took of some of the models at this year's IPMS in Phoenix, Arizona. Who thought Phoenix in August was a good idea? There were, from what I understand, a little over 2,000 entries. There were some amazing examples of supe[...]
Ok, first the RFM Panther is a great kit. Some disappointments yep, but really wow! Second, I WANT TO THROW IT AT THE WALL!!!!! So it's time to take a break, as I really want to do the kit justice, but daayyyyuuuum. So my conundrum??? I hav[...]
I have just finished another kit for my friend. It is A-10 double seater in special what-if camouflage. The snake head in front is done by masking, it is not a decal.
The kit is not easy going together and I had some troubles to reach at least a[...]