WingNut Wings lover!
I decided to try my hand at something different so I got myself a 1/35 tank. I couldn't believe it when I opened the box, 1000 parts! I've added metal tracks and some wires and aerials, otherwise it's out of the box. Hope you like it.
These are a few pics of my WingNut Wings Hannover Cl.II 13274/17 'white4' of Schlasta 25 in 1918. The fuselage and centre section lozenges were painted on the original so, in keeping with the theme, I painted them myself with hand cut masks, (wh[...]
Here are a few pics of my WNW Albatros, recently refurbished. GasPatch turnbuckles and Spandaus.
This is my latest (completed) effort. It's the 1/32 Kinetic Hawk 100 series kit modified to a 76 squadron RAAF Hawk 127 LIF (Lead In Fighter trainer). Whilst there is nothing inherently wrong with the kit it is definitely not a 127 as the destru[...]
This is my latest completed WingNut Wings kit... It's the Eindecker flown by Otto Kissenberth in January 1916. The cowling is done in Alclad Aluminium with the swirls applied with a silver chromatic pencil and a soft 2b graphite pencil. The mode[...]
This is my 1/32 Pfalz D.IIIa by Wingnut Wings with Aviattic lozenges and GasPatch turnbuckles.
This is my Tamiya 1/32 P51K done as a Mustang IV of 3 Squadron RAAF in Italy 1945. There are no decals on this model whatsoever as I wanted to try HGW's wet transfer stencils and I can say that they are a great product. All the national and pe[...]
This is my latest attempt at a WW1 subject. I've had a real fondness for WingNut Wings for a few years now and am gradually getting the hang of it. It has taken a while but I'm finally happy with the end result. As usual for WNW it goes togeth[...]