Nakajima Ki-27

by Bill Weckel on December 19, 2012 · in Aviation — 5 Comments

I built Hasegawa’s 1/48 scale Ki-27 Nate two or three years ago. Despite it’s age, the Hasegawa kit is excellent, and presents very few problems.

“Right of Way”

by Merrill Anderson on December 18, 2012 · in Armor — 3 Comments

This dio is supposed to take place in the Normandy bocage on or immediately after D-Day. This is old stuff, the Stug is the old original Tamiya ‘G’, much reworked and kitbashed with parts from the Stug IV kit, with […]

AZ-model 1/72 Morane L

by Korolev Vlad on December 18, 2012 · in Aviation — 7 Comments

My debut on the resource. A simple model with a few modifications.

Another 1/32 SPAD

by Tom Cleaver on December 18, 2012 · in Aviation — 8 Comments

This time the Roden SPAD VII with Pheon Decals to do Raoul Lufbery’s airplane from S.124, the Lafayette Escadrille. A good kit worth checking out.

Czech Mini Master 1/144 scale Resin Martin JRM-1 Mars Waterbomber, W.I.P.

by George Tufnail on December 18, 2012 · in Aviation — 1 Comment

This has been an ongoing project since May of this year. It has involved two complete paint jobs, a lot of sanding and at least 9 brass pins. I have just finished the Alclad II Laquer gloss coat and am […]

B-24J Liberator “Kentucky Belle” 1/48

by Billy Smith on December 18, 2012 · in Aviation — 6 Comments

This is one of my more recent planes and is my first airbrushed plane. I do not think this is the best plane I have done yet but It came out decent as compared to my first ever built plane. […]

1/32 AV-8b

by Rob Colvin on December 18, 2012 · in Aviation — 3 Comments

Built before all the resin extras……. Removed the GPS antenna the Day attack bird did not have it Stretched the outboard pylons The kit parts were too short Filled the divot on the inboard pylons. The divot is not there […]

A-4Q Skyhawk, Fujimi 1/72th

by Ricardo Dacoba on December 18, 2012 · in Aviation — 7 Comments

A4Q piloted by Captain Philippi on 21 May 1982 during the Falklands War. Snakeye bomb impacted the British frigate HMS Ardent, after being shot down by a Sea Harrier (black 14), being able to successfully eject.

Red Baron

by Editor on December 18, 2012 · in Aviation — 8 Comments

Recently, we had several mentions of the racing Mustangs: here, here and here, so I thought it is the right moment to pull out this from my archives. Here is the model of the most famous of them all, the […]

Frank Luke’s SPAD XIII – Hobbycraft 1/32

by Tom Cleaver on December 18, 2012 · in Aviation — 4 Comments

There is no pilot of World War I in any air force who more fits the mythology of the “Great Flying Ace of the Great War” than The Arizona Cowboy, Frank Luke. The working-class kid with no education around a […]