Or, can a tank even BE good looking? I think so. I saw a model of a T-90 the other day, man these new tanks are covered with "stuff" sticking out all over the place. I thought of my Dragon model 1940 built some years ago-perfection in design. Th[...]
Well here it is , the beast, well that is what I am calling it...
A Gloster Gladiator MK 2 , No, 605 ( County of Warwick ) Squadron, based at R.A.F. Tangmere 1939.
This is the Airfix 1/72 released in new tooling.
Also it was my first attempt at [...]
I'm pretty sure this post from some time back meets the requirements for the group build. Although the colors may be incorrect (?), the airplane certainly played a role in the BoB. This was, I believe, an inexpensive Revell offering, but I trie[...]
Although this was completed prior to Seamus' group build suggestion (and has been previously posted), it "fits the bill" for the BoB group build. As with all Tamiya kits, this was an easy and stress-free project. I couldn't get the multi-piec[...]
Yet another example of an old build that's no longer "hanging around". This 1/48th scale Heinkel bomber turned out fairly well and was a great dust collector for quite a while.
Any further information/details have long since been erased from m[...]
Built in the 1930s, this aircraft became the primary trainer for the military to train pilots for WWII.
This new kit from Revell is a fun build, and is easy on your wallet compared to most new kits today. The Lindberg kit was the only kit of thi[...]
"Rawjah, Rabbit Leedah...!"
Here is Tamiya's 1/48 Spitfire Mk I. The model represents aircraft DW-O, L1043 of 610 Squadron based at Biggin Hill during the Battle of Britain. I chose this particular scheme for two reasons. One was nostalgia - t[...]
Another old kit no longer in the inventory. I believe this was a Hasegawa offering, but again, I'm not sure. The camo was sprayed from the rattle cans using my tried and true method of using either a draped cloth or cardboard ripped and held a d[...]
I would like to share with you some photos of this Handley Page HP 42 model in 1/72 scale made by my father from the Contrail kit.
He spent a lot of hours during 45 days to complete it. I hope you like it.
This build was inspired by a scene from the movie WE WERE SOLDIERS, where Huey gunships fly in low to unleash rockets at the advancing NVA. The kit is the Academy/MRC 1/35 scale Huey Hog in the colours of the 114th Assault Helicopter Company bas[...]