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Re-box of WnW discontinued DH.2 kit, supplied with markings for Hawkers machine and includes a lovely resin cast of Hawker himself in the box. Fantastic kit, enjoyed every second of the build, from start to finish.
Painted with acrylics and oil[...]
Here are a couple shots of the new Airfix Spitfire XIV, done as a FR XVIII of 32 Squadron in Palestine in 1948, using kit decals, some Eduard decals, and Xtradecals for the individual markings. The FR XVIII is an easy "conversion" - keep the fu[...]
Academy 1/144 B-1B Lancer
Academy has greatly improved their boxart and configuration from its early days. Newer, better boxart, colorful sides and information is presented well. The decals are Cartograph, so no mor[...]
As I’m a bit reluctant to venture into the complex world of aircraft modelers I decided to start small and got this small 1:35 resin kit.
It is probably a pirate copy as the kit arrived with no instructions of any kind. It took a lot of cutting[...]
First I want to apologize for the photos, I got this gift for my father done on the morning of Father's day and did not have time to take proper photos. Due to a hand injury, my timeline got seriously messed up. But here it is something other t[...]
This is my second model on this site, but realized before the Demon. As you can see, I am very enthusiast about US Navy aircrafts, especially during the 50s and 60s.
The kit is the horrible Hobby Craft kit. I added a cockpit resin [...]
Ahh... A relaxing, Tamiya shake 'n' bake with nice scheme & markings supplied in the kit. And thank you Tamiya for including a machine that used an Aboukir filter.... I just couldn't bear to stick the Vokes on it. Upper colors are Mr. Color[...]
Another very nice 1/48 Tamiya armor kit. Did not do a bunch of research, but went with a scheme and markings supplied in the kit. Tried to represent how it may have been painted by spraying the whole thing Panzer Grey, then adding an impromptu [...]
Good old Dragon.... first A/C model I ever had to use 60 grit sandpaper on! Some of it did go together without too much fuss, but I did a good bit of filling and re-scribing to enhance and add details. Eduard P-E in the 'pit of course and True[...]