Here's Academy's 1/72 Helldiver. Recently Academy re-released this kit with Cartograf decal and diver flap PE part. and the kit itself is already top notch quality.
PE part for 72th scale was first time challenge for me. and it was hard one. no[...]
I was reluctant in building this, knowing that I wouldn't be able to rig it, my manual dexterity not what it used to be. but It's been in my stash for so long. It's done up as in the overall light grey of 1941, of a craft from Scouting three. I[...]
My latest completed build. This time last of US Navy dive bomber SB2C-4 Helldiver from Revell. The kit goes together rather well the only problem I have was installing resin replacement wheel bays. I have some gaps to fill where the[...]
This one is hot off the work bench. It's number two for the year, but I started it last year. I literally just finished it less than an hour or so ago.....
I have been posting updates with the build progress here on Imodeler. I would like t[...]
Another one I never posted from a few years back. This is the Revellogram Promodeler kit from the late 90s. The decals were terrible and yellowed, so I cobbled together spares to model a USS Bunker Hill Helldiver. I painted it with enamels, [...]
Well this is my just finished 1/48 scale Revell Pro-Modeler SB2C-4 Helldiver, in the colors and markings of VB-84, U.S.S. Bunker Hill, 1945.
I read that the Helldiver was not universally loved by those who used it, but I imagine this big hoss h[...]
It has been a while since I have posted and I have finally finished a kit to offer. My two WIP albums haven't changed but I did finish my first aircraft kit since childhood and thought I would put it up to show my highs and lows and open it up [...]
promodeller 1997 vintage...the decals exploded upon impact with the water so i cobbled them from the the stash...didn't have too many white codes so i stole them from a Korean war corsair...the wing fold went very smooth...had it done in an hour[...]
This day in history: 11 November 1944
In the summer of 1942, on his 21st birthday, Alfred Theodore Graham, Jr., a small-town newspaper reporter from Jacksonville, New York, enlisted in the U.S. Navy. After training as an aerial gunner and radio[...]