This is a kit that I have wanted to build for a long time, I want to try and build as many 1/32 SAAF Aircraft as I can, so this Gladiator was one kit that I had to have, I […]
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Another little gem from Airfix, finish in French Air Force markings using Xtradecals and painted with Vallejo Model Air. Once again rigged using EZ Line
Found on Youtube today is this animated build of Airfix 1/72 Gloster Gladiator by Tom Grigat. Don’t ask me how the video was done – I have no idea, but it sure is beautiful!
Once the Royal Navy lost control of their air arm with the consolidation of the Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service into the Royal Air Force in April, 1918, the service that had pioneered the naval use of […]
Matchbox veteran Gladiator in color of Finnland It represents the GL-270 in late camouflage. AML decals Aeroclub engine and prop. Another of stock 20+ years old paint xtracolor. Represent: Gloster Gladiator II, GL-270.1 / LeLv 16, Petrozavodsk- Spring, 1942. P.k
Represent a Heller 1/72 Gloster Gladiator Mk.II convert it to Finland Verzion. I choose a decal AML option of GL-273 and 6 color camouflage. im used Aeroclub engine and prop.. GLOSTER GLADIATOR II GL-273 of Lentolaivue 14 ,Avgust 1941 Uti,Finnland/ […]
Well here it is , the beast, well that is what I am calling it… A Gloster Gladiator MK 2 , No, 605 ( County of Warwick ) Squadron, based at R.A.F. Tangmere 1939. This is the Airfix 1/72 released […]
Some of you might remember I was building a 1/32 Sea Gladiator for the Nats, thanks to all who wished me well but ’twas not to be. The competition was pretty intense, including several Wingnut Wings thingies. (That’s my excuse, […]
No longer a work in progress, The Silver Wing’s 1/32 Gloster Sea Gladiator is ready to take to Virginia and the Nationals. Everything is done, all the little details, EXCEPT for the antennas. These will be left off to finish […]
The Gladiator has been one of my favorite models since first reading about the Sea Gladiators of Malta in a wartime British propaganda publication, “The Malta Campaign” (which kinda/sorta sticks to the facts, maybe) when I was a kid. When […]