I live in Melbourne, Australia and I model 1/48 WWII aircraft with the odd diversion to modern jets. I typically have a dozen kits on the go and sometimes manage to finish one with out making much of a dent in the stash.
This is the Academy boxing of the Accurate Miniatures kit. I bought it second-hand for my wife to give me for Christmas in 2018 and I couldn't wait to start it straight away. It only took me about three months elapsed time to finish, which is [...]
After seeing David Lane's excellent build I thought I post my effort from 2015. It was built OOB except for the addition of some Extra Tech seat belts. This is the same aircraft as David's, albeit at a later time as it has the winter camouflage,[...]
This is the first in a series of ‘what if’ aircraft that I’m building. In 1999 the Australian Department of Defence announced Project AIR 6000 "New Air Combat Capability (NACC)", which was intended to find a replacement for the air combat capab[...]
This model represents F/A-18A A21-8, the first Hornet to be delivered to a RAAF combat squadron. In August 1985, 2 Operational Conversion Unit (2OCU) commenced training Hornet pilots using the first four F/A-18B two-seater Hornets to be deliver[...]
This is a Hellcat Mk. I of No. 800 Sqn. FAA flying off HMS Emperor and flown by Lt. Blythe Ritchie. According to Eduard, he scored two and one shared Luftwaffe aircraft in this Hellcat. The Mk. I is the F6F-3 in Royal Navy service. This is my[...]
The subject this model represents is the aircraft flown by Nikolay D. Gulayev (alternatively spelled Gulaev and miss-spelt by AeroMaster as Gulyayev) of the 129 GIAP. He was the third highest scoring Soviet ace, with 57 plus 3 shared kills, behi[...]
G'day from Australia. I've been visiting this sight fore a while and decided to post these pictures. Thanks for looking. I finished this kit in 2007. The subject this model represents is the 92 Sqn. aircraft flown by Flight Lieutenant John[...]