It’s been a long time since I put a model on the site,so here is a scratch built model of a 40mm Bofors gun I made from wood.At full elevation it’s nine inches high.
an old Monogram Razorback,finally finished as a British Thunderbolt.
Hope you like it.
This 1/10 female bust is a resin cast with superb details. I just love the pose and the slight devilish look in her eyes. The plan was to try out NMM (Non-Metallic Metals) but chickened out and went for Citadel metallic paints.
Thanks for watching.
This is the old Monogram kit. Originally released in 1967, I built this one from a 1993 reissue. I robbed the big Lockheed wing tanks from a Tamiya kit, and relocated one bomb to the centerline station. The big fuel tanks are a common sight o[...]
As the world is gripped by Covid 9, and India is under a 21 day lock down, it was the best time to finish the Arado Ar 196 Fixed wing recon plane. Trying to make it by looking at the different pictures of the plane available, hoping to get the p[...]
This build is an F-16C from 61st Fighter Squadron. The kit used is Tamiya’s 1/48 F-16C and it was detailed with Ares resin accessories. The Ares accessories include the resin cockpit, resin landing gear bays, and the resin exhaust. This is a com[...]
Well, you folks know how I like big models? I submit this! If it can get to the States it would probably be allowed to fly. (Provided the corrosion is repairable.) Would make a nice stablemate for XS422 down at Stennis! Who wants to help me get [...]
Done back in 2004:
One of the lessons the U.S. Navy learned during the Second World War as a result of the Kamikaze campaign was that there was no such thing as too early a warning of an incoming attack. The further away from the fleet the ene[...]
This is my Hasegawa P-47D in 1/32nd scale. It represents the aircraft flown at one point by Richard “Dick” Hewitt of the 82nd FS, 78th FG, 8th AF, USAAF. The scheme of RAF Dark Green topsides and Sky undersides is based on an intervie[...]
Eduard's excellent but slightly tricky-to-build quarter scale Hawker Tempest Mk.V finished as Pierre Clostermann's mount at the end of the Second World War.
The kit is a bit fiddly by Eduard standards but fit is generally good. The only real d[...]