1/72 Italeri, almost OOB, I added some wire to the undercarriage and tail rotor for strength, finished in MM enamels with Future and MM 30000 acrylic over kit decals.
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1/72 Italeri, I modified the rotor head, replacing some parts to separate the two rotors, finished in MM enamels with I think Tamiya X22 and MM 30000 over kit decals.
Still on the workbench and propped up to avoid strain on that original, fragile plastic nosewheel leg! – A metal leg would have been nice on this one, especially with all the weight in the nose to contend with!
1/72 Italeri, I modified and added a few things, brass tube to main rotor, cabin ceiling, wire mesh to air vents, tail rotor drive shafts and gearboxes, finished in MM enamels with Future and MM 30000 acrylic over kit decals.
1/72 Italeri, I modified, replaced and added a few things, cut the tail at the fold point, added bulkheads and drive shaft couplings, added a cabin ceiling, brass tube and wire to main and tail rotors, reversed tail rotor blades, […]
Hello iModeler! Here are a few pics of a 1/48 scale Italeri Chinook I recently built for a friend, who is a veteran and former Chinook Flight Engineer. I used Werner’s Wings decals for the serial number of his aircraft, […]
1/72 Italeri, I modified a few things, brass wire and tube to the propeller, clear sprue for nav’ lights and larger gun blisters, not happy with these at first, finished in MM and Humbrol enamels with Future and Xtra flat […]
1/72 Italeri, I modified a few things, finished in Humbrol and MM enamels with Future and Xtra flat over kit and PD decals. Flown by Flt Ltn Brendon “Paddy” Finucane.
I like them clean too. This is a favourite subject of mine. Tank transporters and battleships are probably my two favourites though I like aircraft too. The wheels on the trailer are steerable. Brush painted Tamiya acrylics.Humbrol enamel. Good kit. […]
My first German Army tank build in over 35 years. The tank is of part the Grosdeutschland Panzer Grendier Divison, Lithuania 1944.