Having just viewed Milan’s beautifully done Grace, and having not posted in some time (still racking up hours decalling my MiG-31…), I decided to yank this out of my display case and post it, just to have a couple versions […]
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Ryusei due to its long development never reached its intended role as carrier bomber. Very large plane with inverted gull wings is certainly interesting as modelling subject. Fujimi’s kit is tipical mid-’80s, with subtle engraved details, but with very poor […]
Aichi’s B7A (allied code-name “Grace”) was an Imperial Japanese Navy attack plane built around some strange but valid perameters. It was to carry a torpedo (a BIG one) or similarly-weighted attack ordnance. It was to be at least as fast […]