One of my contributions to the Nose Art Group Build started by Jaime Carreon. Big shout out to Jaime for starting this Group Build as it's been a lot of fun. The P-51D I'm posted depicts "Duchess Arlene" flown by 1Lt Robert W. Williams of the 10[...]
My Ventura from battle with my friend , I decided for RCAF Ventura of NO.149 Squadron ,British Columbia. Here are some fotos ,model is almost done :) some parts still missing like bombs, and windows in cabin. At finall i decided to change guns f[...]
I've started some months ago a WIP doing a side by side build of 2 bf.109 G-6, one from Eduard and the other from the lesser know mould of the russian company Zvezda.
As you can see the kit builds very well providing one carefully reads the ins[...]
The Friedrichshafen FF33 was a German single-engine, two-seater reconnaissance biplane with twin floats. It was designed by Flugzeugbau Friedrichshafen in 1914 for the Marine-Fliegerabteilung aviation forces of the Kaiserliche Marine.
Messerschmitt began work in 1933 on a four passenger light “sporting aircraft” of cantilever low wing monoplane design, with retractable landing gear. The BFW M.37 was completed in the spring of 1934. Later redesignated Bf 108 Taifun ("Typhoon"[...]
This is an old model I built long time ago, originally with the 3 tone camo pattern of white, medium and dark blue. After a close look, I decided to give her a new life. I stripped the paint, riveted the whole model, restored it and painted [...]
As progress of the RAF GB continues on and the October reveal now would you believe less than 2 months away. I have 4 projects on going with 2 completed and the other 2 coming along nicely. With some time left to build a 5th model in wh[...]
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
Hello, everyone. Here is my latest project, I was busy with for the last five months. I removed the stitches off the ribs (they were too heavy for my taste) and rescribed the fuselage door behind the cockpit. Wheels, guns, propeller and radiato[...]