My name is Christopher Ellul and I hail from the tiny island of Malta. I am 38 years old and I have been taking scale modelling seriously for the past 5 years, after a 25 year break. This hobby helped me a lot in my professional life, especially since with it I improved my outside the box thinking and finding solutions in my everyday life.
I mainly build 1/72 World War 2 Aircraft dioramas, and since I hail from the 'Most Bombed Place on Earth' during the period, my main interest is building aircraft that where present on the island during the said period.
For the past 2 and a half years along with other 6 people I have been taking care of a Facebook page called (Malta Scale Modellers on Facebook), this page had brought together several Maltese scale modellers from different local IPMS clubs, individuals (who do not belong to any club) and people from all over the world practically.
Hello, once again, today I would like to show you, one of the most challenging builds I ever did.
The MOTORIZED P-47 Razorback or as it used to be called THE JUG.
This build was done in the summer of 2019 and it was my first ever build [...]
In January this year I found myself under forced quarantine due to a virus case within the family, thus I decided to start working on this gem of a kit, I have been putting it off for some time due to the fact that I wasn't very confident [...]
This model was done prior to the Macchi MC202, between April and May of 2020. It was the first time that I started to experiment with some serious free hand camo, in general all the airbrushing done on this one was in freehand, due to the [...]
In the summer of last year I did my first Italian aircraft, since I wanted to give my self a challenge I decided to go for this little beauty. The fit itself was very straightforward and a joy to build. The real challenge started when it [...]
Around this time last summer, I wanted to commemorate one of the greatest pilots to ever grace tiny Malta, with his presence: Flying Officer Adrian Warburton.
Now Warby as he was affectionately known, wasn't exactly your usual fighter or [...]
Around a year ago I decided to build an Airfix 1/72 P-51 North American Mustang, it would be the third Mustang (all in 1/72 and all Airfix) in my collection but the first one with a lot of new things going on for it. When I returned back [...]