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Building Northrop’s XP-61C/D

by Jack Mugan on July 15, 2016 in Aviation -- 21 Comments

About a zillion years ago when Monogram first released their 48th scale P-61 Black Widow, I built the black version but I have no recollection what ever happened to it. Over the years I always wanted to do the natural […]


1/48 Hobby Boss P-61B

by Brian Scott on July 13, 2016 in Aviation -- 12 Comments

After a year of sitting on the shelf of doom the P-61 is finally done. Finished with Tamiya paints, weathered with flory wash and finish with Alclad matt coat. Decals was from Kits World . Enjoy 🙂 Cheers Brian

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P-61 completed…….after 20+ years!!

by Josh Patterson on February 28, 2014 in Aviation -- 12 Comments

While helping take care of my Dad these last six months I’ve spent a lot of time at my parents house. I managed to find my Black Widow that I started somewhere between middle school and high school in the […]


1/48 Great Wall Hobby – Northrop P-61A Black Widow

by Tolga ULGUR on January 18, 2014 in Aviation -- 17 Comments

Here is my 1/48 scale Great Wall Hobby P-61A Black Widow. The kit is finished with the markings of “Lady Gen” 42-5544 flown by Capt. Eugene Lee from 422nd Night Fighter Squadron in 1945. The 422nd Squadron was the first […]


1/48 Great Wall P-61A Black Widow ; In Progress

by Tolga ULGUR on August 17, 2013 in Aviation -- 13 Comments

Finally Lady Gen finished. You can see some more pictures of the finished model from Work in Progress aircraft section. Expanded version will be posted here later. Happy modelling


In progress; 1/48 P-61A Lady Gen – Great Wall

by Tolga ULGUR on July 8, 2013 in Aviation -- 5 Comments

You can watch constructions steps from Work in Progress :Aircraft section.


Monogram 1/48th P-61

by Craig Abrahamson on December 9, 2012 in Aviation -- 2 Comments

I wanted something other than the usual “Black” Widow, so I chose a scheme I’d seen in photos here and there….OD over neutral gray. The canopy sections were both a PITA to mask and to apply open. Probably could’ve been […]