You are visiting iModeler as a Guest. Let's hope this is only a beginning.
Join iModeler today.
This is my Aeroclub vac form model of the Vickers Varsity, "Flying Pig" as some affectionately called it in the RAF
13 additional images. Click to enlarge.
more from this author »
P.k said on February 19, 2015
well done !
Rick Kent said on February 19, 2015
That's a lovely model that captures the look of the aircraft perfectly, especially around the cockpit area.
An ex-RAF crew chief who worked on them told me they used to call them "the last of the V-bombers" because they were used as extra attacking aircraft in exercises!
kevin Payne said on February 19, 2015
Never knew that
Maurits De Ridder said on February 19, 2015
Another very good model, love the interior!
Rob Pollock said on February 19, 2015
A fine build of an unusual type.
Craig Abrahamson said on February 19, 2015
Outstanding job, Kevin...well done!
Nikola Pentić said on February 20, 2015
Bernard E. Hackett, Jr. said on February 20, 2015
Even better than the Dove! Which is saying something.
Tom Cleaver said on February 20, 2015
Really nice work. Good to find someone not intimidated by vacuforms.
Simon Whitney said on February 20, 2015
Damn fine build there Kevin.
Well done sir.
George Williams said on February 21, 2015
It's just so neat, Kevin,a real treat to look at.
Marek Halas said on February 22, 2015
Wow, amazing work on a vac-formed kit, very impressed!
Bernd Müller said on February 22, 2015
Flawless and perfect build. This type is a rare sight.
Tony Prince said on February 22, 2015
Your vac forms are works of art. You must have the patience of a saint & the skill too! I noticed the interior & the inside surfaces of the flaps; amazing!
kevin Payne said on February 22, 2015
Thanks for your kind words, vacform modelling is not for everyone but does give satisfaction, plus some aircraft are only found as a vacform, but I think it's worth having a go
Frank Cronin said on March 1, 2015
I really admire your skill with these kits. Unbelievable
You must be logged in to post a comment.
Silently powered by the iModeler software and the many sleepless nights of the webmaster.
© 2011-2022 iModeler. All rights reserved.