A great kit. Went together without any issues. Appears to be a well researched and accurate kit.
Added some air to air missiles. I know, there is no evidence to support these missiles on the aircraft. I had some left over and thought they wo[...]
Here's a what iffer, What if the Demon got a proper engine, say a J-67 or j79, also with the upgrade is an IR sensor under the nose, duel wheel nose gear,zero-zero ejection seat, fully enclosed IFR probe, F-4 style stabilators, slap on a pair o[...]
Another Romanian subject, this time a Bf-109 E. This model tries to replicate a machine that fought on the Eastern Front, including Stalingrad, with the help of a great Tamiya kit and RB decals.
What baffled me was that Romanian fighter groups c[...]
What a fantastic kit this is.
Any issues were of my own making and that was only a slight misalignment of the Cannon Cartridge Ejector Chute which caused a little fit issue with the wings.
Everything else was a great fit.
Primed with Tamiya N[...]
Scratch built wooden model of a WW1 Lee Enfield sniper rifle.18 inches long.Made from oak.
Hello, after more then one year I finally finished this project. I add a few improvments that was missing in kit or in detail set ;-) I did my best because it is my most favourite car from rally B group.
Hope you will like it ;-) cheer from czech!
For anyone awaiting the news from Kotare Models (the old Wingnuts crew) - here it is:
Fittingly announced on Battle of Britain Day - a 1/32 Mk1a Spitfire!
Not a World War 1 Subject and not a WNW hangover!
Equally fittingly the box art sho[...]
The dust has barely settled on my last post (yesterday's Bf109E-7) and I'm already sharing another one, but there's a reason for it!
The model is FineMolds' recent Mitsubishi A5M2b "Claude", done with the kit decals in the markings of the IJNA[...]
Here is something different for me. I usually build in 1/72nd scale but I had this old (70's) Otaki/ARII 1/48th scale kit sitting in my stash and I decided to get it a go.
The kit show its age, but surprisingly it goes together pretty we[...]
Yep; it's me again with yet another 109! This time the object of my affection is the Tamiya kit, done as a Bf109E-7 from 9/JG 27 during the early days of Operation Barbarossa. Unlike the Airfix kit I posted last time around this one has almost n[...]