1/48 Eduard P-39N Airacobra Profipack kit. I just finished this today. While looking through my stash last month I found this kit partially built in the box. I had started it in 2014 and then put it away probably because I really don't have the [...]
Hello colleagues, here I show you the latest work. It is the kinetic F-5A, a mediocre model, whose instructions are a nightmare but which is quite beautiful once finished. I hope you like it. Until next time!!!
The Lockheed Orion, the Learjet of its day, is one of my favorites. Bill's done it proud. 1/32 scratchbuilt vacuform.
As Bill says: "Six passengers flying faster than almost any military contemporary! And with the "seating arrangements"...all [...]
I would like to share with you the final photos of our North American P51 Mustang series.
We couldn't make it without the support and help of many people, specially: Colin Ford, David William Muir, Piet Van Schalkwky, Stefaan Surgeon, B[...]
My last achievement and 1st completed this year.
This is the He-112 B1 / U2 coded V3 + 03 of the Royal Hungarian Air Force - Defense of Budapest 1942-43. This is the Classic Airframe 1/48 model.
It is painted in RLM 61/62/63 above and R[...]
Just wanted to remind you that we have passed the half-mark for the DH100GB, and if you have a build to get started there it may be now that you want to make your initial posting on the build. Go to the groups section and find it there;
This is the "faulty" first edition Eduard kit, built in 2015. Lifelike decals were used.
On August 24th 1944, Unteroffizier Hermann Berdelmann, serving with 1. Staffel JG300, took off to engage a bunch of 15th AF Liberators, coming from Italy a[...]
From a simple toy model engine, to an almost believable working engine. The photo in the top left corner is the original excavator which is scale 1/24 - 1/25.
Next up on my model desk is the Monogram/Revell F-101B (1/48). I have been wanting to build it to go with the RF-101C in my office. I have seen that many of you have built it on the site here and their are many talented modelers out there, you g[...]
Late in 1940, the RAF believed the appearance of the pressurized Junkers Ju 86P over Britain would signal the start of a high altitude bombing offensive by the Luftwaffe. The Air Ministry called for development of a pressurized Sp[...]