I chose this title for a composition about a beautiful ship like the Uss Virginia. The ship appears simple and is pleasant to assemble, although with minor difficulties. The Kit is from Ciberhobby and accompanies a small set of photoetches, alth[...]
The crown Jewel of my tractor collection is this Ertl kit from the late 70's. I built it first time when I was just a kid and did a lousy job (I glued the cylinder heads on backwards and ended up cutting them off with a hot knife to fix them!),[...]
Ultracast Seat and Wheels
Tamiya/Mr Hobby Paints, Tamiya AS12, Alclad, Future Gloss and Xtracrylix Flat.
In looking for something different I chose to my second Tamiya P-38 as a captured aircraft, albeit flown briefly, and evaluated by the Luftwaffe.
I added Ultracast wheels, Eduard steel belts on kit seat and the guns are Master barrels set for [...]
Since there is a post of the razorback same pilot / markings posted last day or so, here is the later aircraft flown by Bob Hartmann. Decals from Superscale with usual Ultrcast extras - wheels and seat.
Paints are Tamiya / Mr Hobby acrylics, Tam[...]
My Tamiya SAS Jeep.
This has been brush painted using various Vallejo Model Color paints.
The rack round the fuel cans in the rear was made using thin plastic strips and the straps on the kit hanging on the sides was done using Tamiya tape. The [...]
My Airfix 1/48 Bae Hawk T.Mk1 done as the Bae Hawk T.Mk. 60/60As which was exported to Zimbabwe in the early 1980's.
Paints used are Dark Earth 29 (Humbrol spray can), Vallejo 70.893 U.S. Dark Green (brush painted) & Vallejo 70.989 Sky grey [...]
I did my 1/48 Bae Hawk 100 as the Bae Hawk 108 version as used by the Malaysian AF.
Decals were an aftermarket set.
Paint used is Vallejo 70870 medium sea grey (air brushed).
My Italeri 1/35 Staghound done as when used by the Southern Rhodesian Armoured Car Regiment (SRACR) during the Rhodesia & Nyasaland Federation days.
It is based on the one on display at the Zimbabwe Military museum, Gweru.
Paints used were [...]
A couple of old builds of P-51-D’s from the mighty 4th Fighter Group.
The first one is the old Fujimi kit with a Verlinden cockpit, decals from Superscale.
The second one is the Monogram kit with decals from Superscale.