This is the Hasegawa kit from the mid 1990s. They did both the 202 and the 205 back in ’94-’95. I built the 202 straight away, and this one ripened in the stash for 22 years. I built it pretty […]
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It’s officially down . I present the awesome 1/48 Hasegawa F-104S ASA M. I used the DACO Starfighter update set , Tauro decals , Master Brass Pitot tube and Royal Resin wheels , cutting edge ejection seat . Painted with […]
Finished this up today so that my hobby tables would be available for Easter dinner (paint stains and all!) Have built 5 of the new tool Airfix kits in the past year. Had more issues with this one than the […]
New Air Force One 747 is rumored to be solid gold! Made by BoingFinland this is the widest body design used so far. Solid gold engines, too. 24k. No fake news here. Model is an egg size item. Good cholesterol, […]
Here’s my 1/72 Hasegawa G3m Nell. A straightforward build although masking the clear parts was tedious even with a pre-cut mask set. I tried post-shading panel lines with powders on this one. Probably won’t do that again. I think I […]
This was is a great build for an old kit. No filler used at all, even the pesky fuselage/wing join. I used Rising Decals “Dying Sun Pt.III and they worked great. For chipping I first laid down some Tamiya Flat […]
This is my 1/48th F-4F JG 74 from Hasegawa. Since Luftwaffe Norm 72 camouflage pattern is one of my all time favorites; this project has been on my mind and agenda for a long time! Having a 1-year old baby […]
1/72 Hasegawa, OOB, built around 2004 / 2005, finished in MM enamels with Tamiya X22 and MM 20000 acrylic over kit decals.
Dear Mates, here my recent finished build, a Harrier Gr.7 from Eduards Ltd. Edition. I have to say that this kit was my personally nightmare, I had a lot of troubles with it (was not always the fault of the […]
P-47D-26-RA, Lt. James R. Hopkins, 509th FS, 405th FG, 9th AF, Ophoven, Belgium, March 1945 HGW – belt Master – barrels Paint – MR Paint, Tamiya