Building, painting and finishing aircraft models of all scales.
Here's a very useful instructional video explaining what you can get in the Revell kit boxes - as most of the time you actually get repackaged products of other companies!
This is my 2nd Eduard'Mig. Just from the box. I added some wire wheel wells, roof seals and wires inside the cockpit. I used Tamiya acrylics and Gunze with added some "Future". I hope you like it! regards, Davide
Yes the old Lindberg Me-410, I do like Lindberg kits, rivet coated, thick canopies, one piece tailplanes, funny shapes here and there, but they are fun to put together.. I didn't do much to this one, just polished up that two part canopy, why t[...]
This was an 'off and on again' project, mainly due to self induced problems. I still don't have the sequence of rigging steps figured out, and when they should fit in the construction, painting and weathering stages. I had no major problems wi[...]
This is a pretty much out of the box Stuka B2 from Italeri. I did add my own cockpit detail with styrene strip and other pieces. I used decals from Eaglecals. Painted using model master acrylic paint and weathered with pastels and pigments. Th[...]
Hi folks, Well between struggling to get motivated and finding time to build, I have actually completed what I started in February. A really nice kit providing lots of opportunity for extra detailing! I spruced up the cockpit and added scratchbu[...]
I started this and a Hasegawa 109G-6 together over 4+ years ago working along with the Floyd Werner video for building the Hasegawa 1/32 109's. It was shelved for a reason I can't remember and I pulled the G-4 down for completion just over a mon[...]
Hi. Built this kit a couple of months ago. It's Mongrams F-4C. I decided to rescribe the kit, add some of the panels from True Details cockpit set to the kit, True Details ejector seats, Hasegawa weapons, Aeromaster decals and some scratch bu[...]
Hi All, Here is my PM Models TA-154, a kit that I really enjoyed building, probably as I was prepeared for being a bit of work. It definitley needs lots of test fitting, sand paper, plastic card and the occaisional filler. I bulked up the engi[...]