This Recce Phantom is my group build contribution. Relatively fun kit to put together. There were no details in the cockpit, so I did a bit of scratch building to add a center bulkhead, beef up the instrument panels to […]
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I recently received this kit and have started building already. It’s been a while since I posted here so I though it was time to change that. As you can see here I have started with the priming of the […]
Here’s another recently completed motorcycle. The 1/9 Scale Testors Heritage Softail. I got this one soon after finishing the IMEX Heritage. I expected things to be a bit different but that wasn’t to be the case. This model is EXACTLY […]
This Pacific diorama has a similar theme to that of “All Washed-Up”, posted here a few weeks ago. The Zero used in the earlier piece was depicted as part-destroyed, and, having the ‘missing’ pieces still to hand, I incorporated them […]
This Pacific-themed diorama includes both kit- and scratch-built items. The aircraft is Tamiya’s 1/32 Zero. It’s made two appearances here in previous incarnations; from its present state, this is likely the last. The Marine figures are 1/35 resin offerings from […]
This sculpt, marketed as “Savage Horn” by Spanish company Nocturna, consists of twelve finely cast pieces of grey resin. There’s little flash in evidence, but as some pieces are quite small a fine-toothed saw is required to remove them from […]
Easy, old build that comes with floats/wheels, and it’s own base. Just plain fun !
This was an old bag kit I finally got around to building. It was a nice kit, easy build, with a decent fit. I used the original decals.
I just finished this one in time for our club’s contest April 18th. Built out of box except for flight crew, and some stretched sprue for the whip arial on the nose and some cabling on the illuminator. All decals […]
VAL-4 “Black Ponies” was the only U.S.Navy group to fly OV-10’s in Viet Nam. Although they were also flown by the U.S.A.F., and U.S.M.C., I’ve always felt that this was the only group that was allowed to use the OV-10 […]