I realized the day before April 18, 2017 that the 75th anniversary of the Doolittle Raid was coming up the next day – and I was close to finishing my 1/72 B-25 in Doolittle Raider markings. The kit is out […]
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North American B-25 Mitchell
This is 1/48 Accurate Miniatures B-25D Mitchell finished with the markings of Tondelayo from 500th BS 345th BG in Nadzab New Guinea during 1944. Camouflage is Olive drab over Neutral grey with red cowl rings and a white stripe completely […]
1/72 Italeri, I thinned the cockpit armor plates, drilled the landing light lenses, corrected the nose gear door position and added some antennae wires, finished in MM enamels with Tamiya X22 + X21 over Aussie decals, built previous to 2004.
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!
B-25 Mitchell 1/32 HK Models ProfiModeller barels Paints Gunze, Alclad Eduard wheels, pchoto-etched G-factor landing gear Paasteela mask
While recovering from a few major surgeries, I decided it was finally time to pull that B-25 model out of the closet and get to work! I have to admit my fingers are not as supple as they were in […]
I had built this kit 4 years ago, and it had served me well at some model shows. However I was never really pleased with its appearance and few minor errors I wished to correct. After staring at it for […]
I half-heartedly attempted to convert this into a generic Marine/Navy version of the PBJ, seein’s’ how I didn’t have one. The kit presented little problems in itself, any ‘problems’ were (as always) self-inflicted. I did absolutely no weathering – not […]
I built this kit about a year ago. I was just having a look at it and was inspired to post some pictures for you guys to comment on.This is a really big kit, the amount of paint it took […]
The North American B-25 Mitchell is one of the legendary aircraft of the Second World War. If the airplane had done nothing else but fly off the U.S.S. “Hornet” with Doolittle’s Raiders to strike the Japanese homeland four and a […]