Here’s Tamiya’s 1/48th Grumman F4F-4 Wildcat in the colors of 1st Lt. James Swett of VMF-221 at Guadalcanal in 1942. Paint is Tamiya Acrylic thinned with Mr. Color Leveling Thinner. The National Insignias and “77”s were Montex masks. This was […]
Top 53 articles on Grumman F4F Wildcat
Check the A-Z contents index to look for similar topics, or head to the home page to see what's new today!
Tamiya’s 1/48th Scale F4F-4 Wildcat in the tri color scheme worn by VF-22 aboard the USS Independence, late 1942. Paint is Tamiya acrylics thinned with Mr. Color Leveling Thinner. Decals are from the kit and the only additions are some […]
Here are a few of the F4F’s that I’ve built over the years. As one might guess, Grumman’s F4F is one of my favorite fighter aircraft, (Followed close by the P-40 and P-47). There is one 1:32 scale Trumpeter, two […]
Whaddya say, gang….time to move on to these now or wait a while?
Tonight’s article is about a 1/32 scale Wildcat model that I built just before the Ki-43 in my previous post. It’s the Revell re-boxing of the old Monogram kit, (which I think in turn was originally a Revell release back […]
For your enjoyment on “All Hallows Eve”, here is my interpretation of an early Wildcat from “The Iron Works “. So if you’re done passing out candy and have some time for yourself please check it out. As always comments […]
A while ago I made a blue flight deck that was used early in the war. That’s why I made this Wildcat Thanks for looking Tom
Something like this can ruin your whole day… Scale 1:72 nothing else matters I think the title for this little dio doesn’t need any explanation The inspiration for this build came once again due to a picture which I found […]
I used the terrific 1:48 scale Tamiya kit to build “White 23”, the F4F-4 that Lt. Cdr. John Thatch flew on June 4, 1942 during the battle of Midway. Thatch flew this plane, BuNo 5093, when he shot down three […]
Another shelf of doom kit complete. 1/48 Tamiya F4F flown by Maj. Marion Carl of the VMF-223. Cheers Brian