I'm still working on the Pe-2, and have spent the last couple of weeks securing and installing a spray booth, as I'm going to try my hand at airbrushing for the first time (testing Akan paints on the Pe-2, in prep for an F-4E in Greek Aegean Gho[...]
A bit of panic struck last week as we realized that it's already past the middle of July and time was really pressing to conclude our monthly contest. Today, after numerous discussions but without further ado, it is my sincere pleasure to bring [...]
Finally finished, took almost a year with some pauses. It still needs bit of dust but I will add that once it is on base.
Basic kit is Academy, wheels are from DEF models, some parts I used from Legends and CMKs sets, lights are from SKP models[...]
This is a Hasegawa Polish Pratt powered Block 52 kit finished as a South Carolina Air National Guard “Wild Weasel”. I built it pretty much from the box with the exception of the following items added:
1.) Quickboost Aces II ejection seat.
As my fourth "Caged Warbird" built, I bring to you this russian ME-109 G, Revell 1:72. The inspiration, this captured plane seen in Pinterest:
This model is not as good as it could be, a lot of ribs to cut, but finally I think the result w[...]
A little model I put together and painted over a few days. If you ever need a break from all the detailing and fussing over rivets, get a kit in this series. They are fun.
First off, some pictures of all the sub-assemblies. In two of the pics, the subs are just dry-fitted. All fits well, typical Tamiya.
I am still plugging away with this I-400 build and have made decent progress since last build update. I am happy to inform that the customer viewed the pictures on this site and is very pleased with current status of the sub.
The biggest chang[...]
My first experience with Hobby Boss models. I decided to step away from modern era models and take a trip to WW2 machines. I choose a cost-friendly, $23 Hobby Boss kit. I encountered absolutely no problems assembling the plane. Level of detail i[...]
Some of you may recall my HMB Endeavour (refit) project from a few months ago.
After disappointment at the competition at the Milton Keynes show, it went on to win Best in Class and Best in Show at the West Norfolk IPMS Regionals a month later.[...]