Every now and then I like to unwind with bit of fun, and these little kits really fit the bill. I strip the chrome so I can clean up the seam lines, then replace it with Alclad. The body is Spaz Stix Flourescent Blue from a spary bomb. The en[...]
I built this a few years ago, it's still one of my favourites.
Eduard Nieuport 17 1/48 scale
Outstanding 1/48 Tamiya kit finished with equally outstanding decals from Aeromaster's RNZAF special package. You really can't go wrong with a Tamiya Corsair.
Picked up this kid at a local club in a beat up box with no decals for $2. We can make this work, just add some True Detail wheels, some decals and the pilot because the cockpit lacks detail, and presto-change-o we have a P-47D. Used Tamyia ratt[...]
Here are three pictures of my recently-completed WNW 1/32 Fokker D.VII (Fokker-built) in Willi Gabriel's markings. There will be a full review over at Modeling Madness on Wednesday.
Kit. Of. The. Year.
Keeping with the WWI theme, this is my first Wingnut Wings model. Another outstanding kit from the New Zealand modelers. I used Tamiya acrylics, as usual, for all of the colors. I paid particular attention to getting a 'used' look to the camo co[...]
This is from Eduard's fine 1:48 scale Dual Combo Profi kit of the Fokker Dr.1. The model was built out of the box. All color, except for the national insignia and 'face' on the cowl are painted. I used Tamiya acrylics for everything except the F[...]
I added resin seats, made some homemade number to get Pettigrew's mig killer, added some resin burners, added CE intakes, and nautilis scab plates.
This was a recent commission build for a chap in Australia who contacted me via the online portfolio I set up this year. He wanted markings for Flg Off Desmond Sheen of 72 Sqn, Leconfield, July 1940-I just hope it gets there in one peice!!