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I build 1/32 scale aircraft, 1/35 amour, ships from 1/350 up and figures.
In the real world I am a police officer but I don't let that get in the way of building models!

Review: Hobby Boss 1/350 HMS Lord Nelson – Build Review, Part 1

HMS Lord Nelson and her sister ship Agamemnon were the last of the Royal Navies pre-drednaught battleships, often referred to as intermediate dreadnaughts they were designed to be superior to the ships then being constructed by foreign [...]

Very Happy Winner!!

As the lucky winner for June I was fortunate to receive the 1/32 scale Kitty Hawk OV 10 A/C. Many thanks to all the staff here for voting for my Adler kit and of all of you out there who posted such wonderful and encouraging comments, I [...]

SMS ADLER, Austro- Hungarian Torpedoboot 1886 1/72 scale

Hi Again, Here is my 1/72 scale SMS Adler a Yarrow built Austro-Hungarian torpedo boat used in the late 1880's The kit is a multi-media affair produced by the Austrian manufacturer Weiner Scale Modelbau and took me about 2 years to finish [...]

Academy SUFA 1/32

Hi all, After my last effort (Wingnut Felix) I have done a complete 360 and constructed a modern jet! Base kit is the Academy SUFA which I found to be a great kit despite some on-line criticism. I added the Wolfpack cockpit, Aires wheel [...]

Fisher Ryan stm RAAF 1/32

Hi all, This is the Fisher Model and Pattern Ryan STM The RAAF obtained a number of these aircraft from the Dutch after the fall of Java in 1942 and put them to use as squadron liason aircraft. my example was based in Temora, New South [...]

Thanks Imodeler!

The postman arrived today with a really nice surprise! A Wingnut Fokker EIII, my prize for being fortunate enough to be voted model of the month for June. Thanks to all the Imodeller staff and members for their kind comments!

1/32 Wingnut Wings Felixtowe F2a (Late)

Finished using Aviatic CDL decals and Tamiya paints. Rigged with monofilament in the central section and EZ Line for the rest of the airframe. Gaspatch terminals and Bobs Buckles completed the rigging process. Wooden areas were [...]