As I’ve recently returned from a large regional model show, and as is my wont following such experiences, I’ve reflected on the nature of scale modelling, and modellers, notwithstanding the fact that I am now heavily sedated. Viewing hundreds of […]
The Albatros Channel at iModeler
There is likely no fighter airplane better known in the world than that flown by “The Bloody Red Baron of Germany,” as the song “Snoopy and the Red Baron” has it. People who know nothing about airplanes know the all-red […]
My first post, I hope you like my work: The Albatros, my first Wingnut Wings kit, was built straight from the box but includes some additional cockpit wiring, fish line wing rigging with scratch-built turnbuckles and two laminated wood propellers. […]
Dear colleagues! For a long time I did not show my models. It’s time to do it. I’m very glad to be among you again. Immediately two models of all known aircraft L-39 Albatros in scale 1/32 from HPH.
Started back in 2010 and finally off the shelf and finished. Cockpit detailed with different gauge wire, etc. added detail to the Mercedes engine include scratch built spark plugs, valve springs, spark plug wires, and assorted cables. fuselage was riveted […]
Hello! My new project is in the style of an EggPlan. Enjoyable and fun viewing! Sincerely, Vlad.
Hi folks, I have attached a heavily cropped (trying to respect copywrite while still asking a question about it) picture of an HU-16C that is/was stored at Davis Monthan. It appears is several color profiles the most famous being in […]
This is my firts 1/32 scale project, the Wingnut Wings Albatros D.V. The Wingnut Wings kits are beautiful. It was a real pleasure to build this kit. I painted it Testors and Humbrol enamels. I used EZ Line for the […]
Just completed my Albatros after a year of on-off building. Assembly of this kit was really enjoyable, but there is a lot of room for improvements. As my first kit in 32nd scale after a long time, It was a […]