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Hobby Craft YP-59 Aircomet 1/48

I built this when I just wanted a relatively easy and uncomplicated build. Of course that didn't mean I couldn't improve the kit by using some resin enhancements. I used True Details Cockpit also the True Details Wheels set. Both provided eas[...]

Update of the camouflage of my P40 N-5 CU of the 49th FG, 7 FS – MAUVE model 1/48

Hi all, Following the information received on a forum concerning the camouflage of the P-40 N with the serial number corresponding to mine (Presence of green spots on the wings and horizontal control surfaces), I reviewed my camouflage. I also f[...]

Making Realistic AfterBurner Flames. . . 1/72 Mig-29SMT/UPG

Hello Everyone, The build is a MIG29SMT built into an Indian Air Force MIG29UPG taking off on a Wet Runway with Glowing Afterburners. The kit used is a Trumpeter MIG29SMT in 1/72 size. Most of the work done was on making the Flame look re[...]

Tamiya 1/48 Douglas Skyraider VNAF

Hello!! This is my VNAF Spad, a very nice kit from Tamiya. Used some Eduard PE and decals from AOA, since the originals were too old. Cammo was free hand painted (Gunze) and I scratch built a few details, like the wiring to the ejection seat sy[...]

1/48 Hasegawa P-39D-1 Air A Cutie

From the limited Edition Air-A Cutie boxing. A fairly easy kit to build for the most part. Much easier to build than the Eduard P-400 but with less detail (I had built an Eduard P-400 Profipack kit over a decade ago), but if I had to choose I [...]

1/48 Scale SEAFIRE XV.

I don't remember who's kit this is as I never took a photo of the box art and I don't remember when I built it. However with hardly any photos, I must have built it "OOB." Enjoy!

An X-wing wreck crashed on a swampy planet

Looking to an old model of a Bandai 1/72 x-wing, I had the idea of ​​refreshing it a bit with this choreography. I imagined it crashed on a swampy planet after an hard battle with the empire. This is the result.

Messerschmitt, Battle of Britain… so everything as usual- or not? Bf 108 of I. JG 54 /summer 1940

As soon as the terms "Messerschmitt" and "Battle of Britain" are mentioned together, then in most cases one type of aircraft is the subject of discussion: the Bf 109E. As the only single-engined fighter on the German side against the British Spi[...]

ZVEZDA 1/72 Medieval boat

This model kit is titled 'Medieval Life Boat' by ZVEZDA. On reading up about it I found it was the type of boat used to transport men and stores to and from the ships used by the Crusaders. If required it could also be used as a ships lifeboat. [...]

Spitfirepalooza: an Old Addition

Here’s one I did some years ago, the notorious Hasegawa Spitfire Mk. IX. I remember it being a typically good Hasegawa kit. The short nose is obvious and a bit distracting for me. Fortunately, the Eduard Spitfires have come along o give us a goo[...]