Hey folks, as mentioned, my follow-up to the F-8 Crusader from a couple of weeks back is another USN subject. One of the quickest (a month-and-a-day), easiest and most relaxing builds I’ve ever done. The old Monogram F9F-2 Panther updated […]
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Well the Pub has to close sooner or later! Here is my Cat warts and all. I started with a base I had decoupaged a map and some period photos, a simple word generated name plate, then added some cement […]
Ok another bad pun! So a short update on the Panther project, tonight I start the weathering process. I use a mix of Pactra acrylic black, denatured alcohol and future (ok whatever the current name is) for the broad wash […]
More work on the Dragon Panther, added the casting numbers to the mantlet, metal barrel, and debris cover, also a look at one of the stowage bins, and a couple of pics of some good beers from the Pacific Northwest! […]
Ok bad pun! Here is my Dragon Smart Panther so far. Turning out well, I am using the Griffon Model PE set, which is kind of hit and miss. Detail is great, but some of the parts are so small […]
ICM offering of an early Panther, removed plastic handles and made new ones from wire. Also some DIY engine mesh covers, otherwise built from the box.
Staying in the Korean War theme, this is Monograms kit in 48th scale. A nice build, even with the raised panel lines, it is a fun kit to build. A straight forward build only aftermarket used were Super Scale decals […]
I guess you could call this a “work in progress”, because I’m waitin’ on a canopy mask set to arrive in order to complete the build – other than that, it’s pretty much done I think. I wanted to do […]
I thought I’d try to back date the F9F-5 to the 2 version, and so, rounded the tail a little. I’m not sure how accurate that is, but it looked ok to me. My collection needed a “Blue Angel”, and […]
Designed as a response to the Russian T-34, the Panther was considered by many to be the finest tank of WWII. Although it experienced significant teething problems in its earlier renditions, it was fine tuned into a dependable well armored […]