Building, painting and finishing aircraft models of all scales.
Another 1/48 offering with an interesting history if you're into the obscure and obsolete. Not bad to build, an improvement over some of their other kits. Not as interesting as some of the other Italian camo schemes, but it grew on me. Like fungus...
I made this a while back, but although not as good as some of my work, I was proud of this effort. It started with a friend giving me a 1/48 resin fuselage for a late model Nieuport, from some forgotten maker. It was two halves, with only a part[...]
This is my most recent completion: the little Revell Voodoo in 1/72 scale finished in the colors of 444FIS. The kit is very nice even straight out of the box, but I ended up adding additional detail to several places. Firstly, wanted to show t[...]
Hello everybody, this is my Hasegawa 1:72 Tomcat I made some time ago. This is one of the best kits in this scale I've ever made, full of details and a dream to build with no filling or sanding at all. Painted with Gunze acrylics and weathered w[...]
After seeing Grega X post on his beautiful Me 262 I thought I would put my effort up here also. I have to agree, this kit is awesome, I have built the Monogram and Dragon Me 262 in 48th scale and this one is better on all levels. I wanted to[...]
1/48 , and an interesting aircraft, and usual "interpretive" build, as one needs to get the parts to somehow hold hands long enough for the glue to set. Built several years ago, sans gloss coat, panel lines or weathering. Ignorance sure is a tim[...]
I’m gonna call this one done, before I fiddle with it some more and maybe cause a disaster. I was nearly ready to be completed last week, but then AMS set in and I decided I had to add most of the tiny little antennae that are festooned all ove[...]
Lifelike Decals used to create a famous-for-being-photographed Spitfire XVIe.
Victory Productions decals used to create Clive Caldwell's first Spitfire VIII.
Without a doubt, the Tamiya Spitfires are "definitive." Personally, I prefer the "Hasegawa style" of model production, since 95% of modelers aren't really all that interested in opening up their models. If the kit came with a "solid fuselage" [...]