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Last builds of completed models of 2015: Airfix 1/72 Blenheim Mk. IF and Mk. IV

by Tom Cleaver on December 30, 2015 in Aviation -- 8 Comments

Last builds of the year, the beautiful little Airfix Blenheims. Since between the two kits together there are parts to mix-and-match to create different versions than OOB, I used the gun tray from the Mk.IV kit to turn the other […]


Airfix 1/72 Bristol Blenheim MK.IVf

by Michael Booth on December 28, 2015 in Aviation -- 20 Comments

Along with the Eduard Spitfire and Akagi, this is one of the nicest kits I’ve built this year. Airfix’s new Blenheim fighter/bomber. My first proper British bomber in over six years! In fact, the only one I’ve fully finished! Problems, […]


Final set of Battle of Britain Builds

by Alan Price on November 21, 2015 in Aviation -- 12 Comments

Following on from my post earlier in the week, here are the final builds from my series in MAI this year on the Battle of Britain. The Spitfire and Bf109 are in the new December issue just on sale today […]


New Year’s Resolution

by Dennis Meyers on January 3, 2015 in Uncategorized -- 12 Comments

In my earlier article about the 2014 IPMS Silverwings show ( I didn’t point out my discouraging realization that I had only completed 2 projects in 2014. Both picked up 2d place trophies in their respective categories. One was the […]


iModeler Review – Airfix 1/72 Bristol Blenheim

by Gregor d on June 30, 2014 in Reviews -- 15 Comments

Hot off the press – the new tool 1/72 scale Bristol Blenheim Mk1 by Airfix (£14.99 converts to $25 US). These, thankfully, bear no resemblance to the old tool Airfix Mk IV in terms of engineering, detail and, hopefully, build. […]


Special Hobby Bristol Blenheim Mk.1

by Bryan W. Bernart on December 6, 2012 in Aviation -- 7 Comments

1/48 , and an interesting aircraft, and usual “interpretive” build, as one needs to get the parts to somehow hold hands long enough for the glue to set. Built several years ago, sans gloss coat, panel lines or weathering. Ignorance […]