. See info taken from Point Cook website. Word is, we kinda took it ourselves, after being over run by the Japanese up in the Philipines or like. Open to opinion. So awesome. I’m hoping we nicked it. 🙂 — […]
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Not a night fighter this time but fits right in with my oddball schemes. This aircraft, along with it’s squadron mates sported some pretty weird paint schemes while attending the 1939 Cleveland National Air Races. Trying to interpret the colours […]
Built this little dio a couple years ago, in line with my lifelong interest in the Philippine fiasco of ’41-’42. Tried to represent a mad scramble of the 34th Pursuit squadron at Del Carmen field on the Day of Infamy. […]
Here are some photos of my version of the “Beetle Bomb” Blue Angels plane. The original “Beetle Bomb” was a North American SNJ that was painted to resemble a Japanese Zero. Beetle Bomb was incorporated into the Blue Angels airshow […]
This is the Academy 1/48 Bearcat. Apparently it is also the Hobbycraft Bearcat. I’ve read reviews that say the cowl is misshapen and the wheel well detail may be spurious among other issues. However, I found the kit to look […]
1/72 Hobbycraft, my second Beaver, I added a few small details, finished in MM enamels and Concept 212 with Future over some Max and Aussie decals from the spares box although the kit came with this marking option, flow as […]
1/72 Hobbycraft, my first Beaver, I added a few small details, finished in MM enamels with Max and Aussie decals, Tamiya X22 overall. Operated by Antarctic Flight RAAF for the Australian National Antarctic Research Expedition in 1959.
When my friend Jim Sullivan sent me the photo of the NAS Glenview Bearcat, I knew that was the one I wanted to replicate. Fortunately, SuperScale has those markings on their sheet 48-1008. I possessed both the Hobbycraft and Hobby […]
Again this was supposed to be a quick out of the box build but ended up with me spending a lot of time on the model. First of all, I “canvassed in” the wheel wells using coffee filter paper. Then […]
Hello! So here is my Hobbycraft MiG-17. I bought this kit waaaay back in 1993 while I was in Virginia for AIT. I have been carrying it around with me ever since, and finally started it this past spring. If […]