This is the Wessex HAR.2 from Mark 1 Models in 1/144 scale. It's a nice kit for the scale with recessed panel lines and pretty good detail overall. I added a little bit of cockpit detail including seat harnesses and instrument gauges, and also [...]
At the beginning of 1945 with type XXI Germany had the most advanced submarine in the world at that time. Due to numerous technical innovations it was capable of unlimited submerged travel as the diesel engines drew in the necessary fresh air th[...]
Churchill Mk VII early, 34. Tank Brig., 107. RAC
This is Tamiya's 1/35 Churchill 'Crocodile' (which is Korean war vintage - high turret bustle, etc) to a WW2 vintage, as seen in the iconic photo's of 'Briton'
Opened track covers at turret (wh[...]
Having recently watch a series on a streaming network surrounding some spying in Syria by the Israelis Mossad and the lead up to the Six Days War, I decided to do a build dedicated to the Israeli Defense Force’s armored units..
Loving the [...]
I just finished my Albatros for my bro Simpson who gone to heaven.
We planned work together this Albatros but we couldn’t. So I dedicate this to him.
I hope that he enjoy this over there.
I show two photos of my work bench that was in one of our spare bedroom's over in Colorado. The walls are covered with some of my 301 model awards. I made a round tool to roll down the panel lines on top of my decal's. Without doing this you do[...]
I built a 1/24 Scale P-51D Mustang for a client and he wanted everything scratch-built just like the real aircraft. Here are some of the 100 or more photos.
The "Dallas" canopy was raised up a bit higher than the regular canopy so I just add[...]
Around 2009-2010 Collings was searching for a paint scheme for their newly restored A-36. At some point an envelope of photos showed up full of photos from the 86th FG that was based in Italy. The cowling section from TUTU still exists and at on[...]
No drama with building this kit - very little to do in order to make things fit, except where I'd probably made a previous error. Finished in Aviattic Austro-Hungarian CDL, with MRP paints, Gaspatch turnbuckles and Uschi wood effect decals. Weat[...]
Appearing in 1934 as an ostensible “airliner,” the Heinkel He 111 was designed by Siegfried and Walter Günter. Because of restrictions prohibiting bombers placed on Germany after the First World War, it masqueraded as a civil airliner[...]