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Troublesome Hellcat

Hi Folks: just finished the 1/72 Dragon F6F-3. I wanted to do the wing-fold for some time. The carrier deck is from Verlinden. However, at least with this kit, or my patience, I found the many parts fiddilly and the […]

Revell 1/144 U-216: Type VIID U-Boat

This is an “olde but goodie” model I built some time ago, maybe over 10 years ago. Once in a while I go into the basement and look at my old, dusty built models put away in storage. These models […]

Ansaldo A.1 Ballila – Progress 2

A bit further along now. If you’re wondering why these Progress reports aren’t set up in WiP, there are only around 50 parts to this resin kit, and so I thought it unlikely to merit a full-blown WiP thread. This […]

Macchi 202 Italeri 1/72

One of my favorite projects ! Riveting and freehand painting of the beatifull camo . Hope you like it

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1/48 Tamiya Mosquito

Hi All, The Mosquito is my favorite aircraft and I would love to be able to get behind the stick some day. I won’t be able to add much to all the things said about this Tamiya kit other than […]

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Hurricane Mk.I early (Airfix 1/72)

Hi everybody! I have some issues with abnormal craving for early versions of a well-known aircraft – two-blade props, strange canopies like on an early Spitfire, strange camouflage patterns, and so on. And this is a very early Hurricane version […]

Tiger F-5E Swiss Air Force J-3001

From 1973 a systematic analysis of the aircraft market and evaluation of several types took place. At an early stage, the Federal Council decided to focus the evaluation on one aircraft, the Tiger F-5E. After thorough testing, the Federal Council […]

An Old Theme Revisited

Here is my interpretation of a meeting between the SAS and the LRDG! It uses the Tamiya 1/35 scale kits and was really a vehicle for me to try my hand at modeling desert terrain. Comments welcome as always!