one more finished last days. Russian La-5 fighter of Hero of the Soviet Union G. Kostylev.
New mold from KP, much better than old one but still require lot of attention during work especially around front of fuselage (which i did not ma[...]
The Chicago lived up to her reputation as "The World's Most Powerful Guided Missile Cruiser," earning eleven consecutive "E's" for missilery excellence - a record unsurpassed in American Naval history. Each USS Chicago proved to be the epitome o[...]
Thanks to @michaelt for the inspiration with the three Me-262s he's doing at the WIP group. I didn't know Hobby Boss made this kit till I saw his. The Me-262A-1a/U3 photo-recon aircraft was relatively rare, though one still exists - the airplane[...]
Fun little kit, out of the box. Eduard made it too easy with this one, no need for filling, sanding, correcting...everything fit like a charm. This was the first time I got a chance to compare Hellcat with previously assembled Bf-109, FW-190 and[...]
This is Airfix Kit 07106 Supermiarine Seafire FR47 built as part of the 'Korea : The Forgotten War……' GB. Thanks to the GB as I would have built this kit later than sooner.
Very nice kit with impressive fit and detail.
Biggest issues were the tr[...]
Hello again from Viet Nam ! It’s been awhile:))
Trumpeter F-14B in 1/32 scale is nothing but trouble, yes the details is nice enough if you will to ignore all glaring shape issues, fit issues and those rivet.
I've used ejection seats from Qu[...]
When a twin-engine plane loses an engine, it immediately turns into the dead engine. This turn or yaw is especially severe when the engines are at a high power setting, such as takeoff. The pilot controls this tendency with the ru[...]
Hi to all
after many years in stash...finished.
Old Airfix Spitfire VB, upgraded as much as my nerves allowed, engraving, some cockpit details, added mirror according to documented pictures of Zumbach plane, high located on two support bars.
Although, I’m still working on this diorama, it is 99% complete. Adding a little more details and weathering to certain parts and areas, will bring it to a close. The previous diorama, version one, is no more.
This time I present to you the last Yugoslavian model I built in 2018. It is the Academy's Mig-29, which needs quite a few extras to look decent. I used Eduard photo-etched parts, Brassin cockpit, wheels, rockets and exhaust nozzles, Aires wheel[...]