This my last finished project of a beautiful aircraft. This kit is very big,size desk under it is 60x40cm. :) But i am very happy, than i have it at home.
The British Aircraft Corporation TSR-2 was a cancelled Cold War strike and reconnaissance[...]
This year i had 50, my son give me trip to London and Duxford museum. I build this beautiful airplane. Use Airfix kit and Pe parts from Eduard and seats from Pavla models and some scratch wires.
My last build from "Holiday Battle" with my friend. Very nice kit, this is only oob, only masks and seat belts from Eduard.
No.487 Squadron, Royal New Zealand Air Force Methwold, England, May 1943
I like old models and this is old Monogram with decals from french Syhart models.
F-4D Phantom II AF66-498 "North Dakota Centennial" 1889-1989 The North & South Dakota joined the Union on 2nd November 1889, and became the 39th & 40th St[...]
The F3H Demon was McDonnell Aircraft Corporation's first swept wing aircraft, providing the basis for development of the F-4 Phantom II. It was an infamously troubled aircraft; engine problems plagued the first version of the airplane, resulting[...]
A-20B, “Miss Burma” of the 86th Bomber Squadron, 47th Bombardment Group, based in Italy in 1943.The curious thing about this plane is its name, given that it served in the Mediterranean rather than the China-Burma-India theatre.
Fantastic kit on[...]
This is my first Monogram and i very satisfited with this kit. Old but beautiful.
The Douglas TBD Devastator was an American torpedo bomber of the United States Navy, ordered in 1934, it first flew in 1935 and entered service in 1937. At that po[...]
My last kit F-7F 3 from U.S.M.C., MAG-33, Phoang, Korea, 1953
On start i painted all plane Mr.Finishing Surface 1500 Black. Next steps identical for all colors. At first i painted some places Tamiya Xf-2 White, X-4 Blue a XF-64 Red Brown and at second i painted plane very thinned camo colours - Humbrol 127[...]
F-86 F Sabre, Skyblazers Aerobatic Team, 48th FBW Chaumont-Semoutiers Air Base, France 1956, Captain Jim Reynolds