Hawker Typhoon Mk.IB 1/24 Airfix British Rocket RP-3 – Master Seat Belts – HGW Paints – Hataka, Gunze, Tamiya Wheels – Eduard Mask – MAKETAR Radiators – RB Productions
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Destroyer HMS Dragon(very bad model, poor details unions..horrible), with generic etch Flyhawk, MK-1,Lion Roar, Bigblueboy ladders, Ciws Phalanx for Veteran Models, scratch with Plastruct improvements, replace Helo Linx HAS-3 for Trumpeter set, Flags for academy and Trumpeter, and invisible thead […]
Mustang P-51D Old Crow Kit: Airfix 1.24 Pilot: Clarence E. “Bud” Anderson
Hello iModelers, the last day of 2016 brings also my last finished kit for this year. Its the new tool Spitfire from Airfix build oob with the help of seat belts from Extratech. Paints from Humbrol and Model Master. This […]
Hello Folks My latest and last in 2016 completed build. This time Defiant Mk.I from Airfix in 1/48 scale. Pretty nice kit maybe the panel lines a little bit soft and out of scale, but goes together no problem it […]
Well here’s a thing, I finished an Airfix Vampire too !! Built for the RNZAF 80th Anniversary GB over at Kiwi Modeller, the Airfix T.11/T.55 is quite simply a delight. Construction is virtually vice-free with only a ‘smear’ of putty […]
1/72 Airfix, my second Vampire, I modified and replaced a few things, finished in Tamiya and MM enamels with Future and Matt Cote or Micro flat over kit and spare Aussie decals.
First up Airfix’s Rommel converted to USS Richard E Byrd 1/600 scale. Both were of the Charles Adams class DDG, with differences in radar and mast layout. Second- Zvezda’s November class nuclear submarine.1/350 scale Third- Revell’s reissue of Renwal’s toy […]
The first upgrade of the Spitfire was the Spitfire II, developed to take advantage of a more powerful version of the Marlin engine. Spitfire Mk.I K9788 was fitted with a Merlin XII in the summer of 1939. Tests demonstrated improved […]
1/72 Airfix Douglas A-4B Skyhawk completed in the markings of VMA-324 “Devil Dogs” flying off USS Independence in 1963. Added most of an Eduard Zoom set, Quickboost gun barrels and ejection seat. Painted with Gunze Mr Color. I don’t usually […]