Perhaps the most well-used aircraft in the Luftwaffe of the Second World War was the Junkers Ju-88 series. Originally designed as a Schnellbomber relying for defense on the ability to outrun enemy fighters, it was eventually used as a long […]
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Here are a few photos of the new 1:48 ICM Dornier 17 Z-10 nightfighter. This will appear in a full article in MAI in the next few months. I have to say this was not an easy build, from the […]
This is the brand new ICM kit. What fun this one was! This is probably the most fool-proof biplane I’ve ever built. The parts are molded very nicely, it fits extremely well, has enough detail to make it look busy, […]
In 1936, Walter Beech speculated that developing a light twin-engine passenger-carrying aircraft could have good commercial prospects as an executive transport for business, a “feeder airliner” providing service to smaller airports and passenger markets, and as a utility aircraft for […]
Remember the days when we Spitfire enthusiasts thought we were in hog heaven with Mk IX releases from Occidental and ICM? Well, that’s been almost two decades and a blizzard of Eduard IX/VIII releases later, but here’s an ICM Spit […]
Getting in my last one before 2014 is over, is a project I completed about this time last year: ICM’s Yak-9DD, finished in the scheme of the “Warsaw” fighter regiment circa April 1945 and piloted by one A Matveev. In […]
I finished the König in August 2003. She was my first battleship build in 1:350 and a very important step for me as a modeller. Although ICM’s kit is some fifteen years old now, it’s still a good kit and […]
My old job. Fokker pilot ace Oswald Boelcke. Best regards, Vlad.
Not too far I betcha but let’s see for the helluvit. This too is the ICM kit and as Tom says it has a mishmash of early LaGG features, but oh well. To me this is one of the hottest […]
While the Red Air Force had fielded the most advanced fighter in the world in 1934 when the I-16 joined its first operational unit, it was clear by 1939 that Soviet fighter aircraft had fallen behind the international standard. While […]