Built out of box. Used Alclad and Model Master paints along with kit decals.
Here is my attempt at reproducing the magnificent E.E Lightning F.1. The "Frightning" as it was often called by it's pilots, is one of my all time fav jets.
This is the Airfix 1/48 kit which is probably the most accurate F.1 around, but not easy[...]
This is my representation of George Marrett's "Sock it to 'em" - a A-1J of the 602nd SOS Nakhon Phanom, RTAFB circa 1968/69.
Anyone interested in SPAD's should read George's book "Cheating Death" which covers his time flying the SPAD with the 6[...]
Somebody say Wurger?
Here's my two cent's worth.
OOB, except for seatbelts, underside painted, balance are kit decals.
Another TMMI submission for a while back. Additions include a Quickboost R-2800, a Jaguar resin interior (meant for the Hasegawa kit), ultracast prop, and assorted other tidbits fashioned out of plastic stock.
Colors are custom mixed using M[...]
Did this back in about 2004, it's my favorite of all the big Wurger models I've done. Used the now out of production Eagle Editions sheet. The Rutman conversion (forward fuselage and engine plug and prop/spinner) is now available from Greymatt[...]
I built this shortly after the kit was released. It was my first foray into highly detailed 1:32 scale kits, although I had previously built a Hasegawa FW-109 G6 out of the box, which turned out pretty well. This one, though, was far better and [...]
This was my fourth Wingnut Wings kit, and the most challenging due to the amount of rigging required. I used EZ Line in both sizes. This was good, and bad. EZ Line does stretch well, eliminating the dreaded after-build line sag, and it is diffic[...]
Done back in 2001, using the Wurger Mechanic conversion (fuselage, prop and spinner) with the Trimaster Fw-190D kit. Decals were from Eagle Editions.
Here's the second part of a hands-on introduction to airbrushing, this time featuring a double-action airbrush. Video by Marneus Augusta Calgar, found on Youtube.
For part one of the series, look here: