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LaFerrari

Hi folks, hope everyone is well! Some time back I posted an article on a Ferrari engine as part of a work in progress. I'm pleased to say that many months later I have finally finished it. To those of you who are not already familiar with this m[...]

iModeler Review – Foldable Photo Booth 40x40cm / 16×16″

Let’s be honest – we all love to look at beautiful pictures of scale models. No matter if online or in a print magazine, the overall looks, the colors and the detail we see in well-made photographs leave us inspired and full of ideas for our ow[...]

Breda Ba 888 Lince (Lynx)

One of the most beautiful aircraft of the Regia Aeronautica circa WWII. Although, as I've read, functionally useless. They were ultimately used as bombing target decoys. Just started hobby modelling this year. Carrying on from an interest in 19[...]

1/5000 scale Lower Manhattan NYC model (Scratch built)

Good morning to all , First and foremost this post is dedicated to the terrible tragedy that happened 17 years ago (11th September 2001) which saw one of the world's iconic towers collapsed to the ground. Ever since that day I was intrigue by [...]

Hey pardner, looking for an airplane?

A bird you can really love? How about a pre-owned, Revell, T-6 Texan? Yes, the T-6, that great North American product that trained thousands of budding young aviators so they could fly to a glorious doom. This beautiful aircraft needs a new [...]

“Fun and Games”

"Fun and Games" is an episode of the original The Outer Limits television show. It first aired on 30 March 1964, during the first season. "There is nothing wrong with your television set. Do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controll[...]

Tamiya 1/48 P-51D “Nose Art Group Build”

My most recent addition to the Nose Art Group build is Tamiya's really nice but old P-51D, "Passion Wagon". This A/C was flown by Lt Arvil Roberson assigned to the 362nd Fighter Squadron, 357th Fighter Group. They were the first 8th Air Force un[...]

War Above the Trenches: Salmson-Moineau S.M.1

The Aircraft The S.M.1 was developed from 1915 by aircraft designer René Moineau for the Salmson-Moineau company, to meet the French military A3 specification, which called for a three-seat long range reconnaissance aircraft with strong defensi[...]

Borrowing Your Spouse’s Stuff: Using the Silhouette Cameo

I am sure it’s no secret that there is a great deal of overlap in the tools and techniques used by various hobbies. For instance, scenery and weathering techniques and tools designed for model railroading work equally well for our models. Wit[...]

Open day at the Airforce Museum

Spent the morning enjoying the annual Portuguese AF day at AF Base 1 near my house and home of the Airforce Museum. Only show the outdoor pictures, where you can see some of the museum inventory that is kept outdoors (the Neptune sure needs some[...]