Here is my humble first attempt at a vignette. This is the 1/72 Italeri Corsair, which due to the simple nature of the kit led me to want to do something else with it. I tried to portray a bird that had been hit but was able to l[...]
The vehicle was designed by Ferdinand Porsche as an artillery tractor to be used on the eastern front and construction was entrusted to Skoda. It was a poor performance vehicle, with low speed and power and high fuel consumption, so they were bu[...]
Those aircraft and crew changed the history in Midway! Outperformed by the Japanese Zero, this aircraft with it ruggedness ally with bravery and tactics achieved the air combat kill-to-loss ratio of about 6:1!
This is an Hobby Boss model in the [...]
This is an article that I have been meaning to post for quite some time now............. My apologies for being so late with getting it done.
I built this model as part of a series of numerous Spitfire models for the 100 Years of the RAF Group[...]
Kit 1/48 scale Academy,box assembly,paint: gunze,sangyo ACRILIC colour.
I decided to go ahead and create a simple diorama using the Magach 7C and some figures depicting the Infantry and armor working together. This is my first diorama in over a decade and I'm still working out the photos.
On 16th March, 1944, the 332nd Fighter Group (The Tuskegee Airmen) took delivery of three P47s in their base in Sicily to start their transition training from P40s. It was with the Thunderbolts that the air group had orders to paint the tails[...]
I'm sure many here have met Burl Burlingame over the years. A talented modeler, superb writer and journalist, overall witty presence. Burl contracted both strains of the flu over the past two weeks and died last night in his sleep. I had just [...]
As I said in the previous post, this was one of those builds that will go down as one of the toughest builds that I have ever done, although I must say that I am pretty pleased with the end result. I hope you guy's approve....
We have our IPMS [...]
No one needs an introduction to the legendary Spitfire. The first prototype flew March 6, 1936. Upon landing, Vickers Chief Test Pilot “Mutt” Summers famously declared, “Don’t change a thing!” At that point, 310 Spitfire I fighters were already [...]