Building, painting and finishing aircraft models of all scales.
16th Dokuritsu Hikotai, Japan, 1945. Built from box. The kit is old but gold, not the decals though. Photographed in photo box.
RAF pilots first reported encountering a new German radial-engine fighter on cross-Channel missions in August 1941, with increasing numbers in September, though their main opponents were still Bf-109Fs. Their reports of its incredible flying ab[...]
This is the Special Hobby T-2C Buckeye, done in a USN high-viz trainer scheme. This mixed-media kit has been around for a few years, so it is not new, however, it is still a good kit, if one puts in the effort to use the various features that a[...]
The world's first production helicopter came on the scene in 1942...Flettner came up with the same intermeshing blade design still in effect today...a radial engine sits behind the pilot with a transmission on the front from which a shaft ran u[...]
I lived in southern CA and would see C-141Bs flying all the time (Norton AFB). In my opinion, it is a classic airplane. Decided to tackle C-141 in 1/72 made of resin. I can't say this just fell together. I used two metal rods for strength in wi[...]
Hi all! This is one I did a little while back - the Japanese Air Self Defense Forces (JASDF) Mitsubishi F-2A from Hasegawa. It's a very nice kit and much like Israeli F-15s and F-16s offers a nice colourful alternative to USAF ghost grey scheme[...]
From Author: This article should be posted in 100 Years of The Royal Air Force Group Build, but due to some error, I am posting it in general iModeler page. I made the kit in 2017 (the kit comes from 2009). The most difficult part was: rigging ([...]
Finished another Wingnut kit, actually started building it about a year and a half ago, but due to some mishaps relating to me destroying decals it sat on the shelf of doom during a year. But I couldn't leave a kit like this there so the last mo[...]
The Royal Air Force is 100 years old this year. Spitfire MK.IIa No. 19 Squadron, RAF, Fowlmere, England, June 1941. 1:32 Revell kit, built from box + HGW seatbelts.
Hello colleagues modellers I would like to introduce to you my third F-14 from Tamiya 1/48. I built this model for Ted Rutherford who flew with him. Of the accessories, I only used Eduard's RBFs and seats. Fightertown Decals.