This is the Tamiya kit, 1/48th. belonge to II/JG27 in North Afrika in 1942.
A good model, but, been Tamiya, I expected more from the decals. A bit thickness and a bit difficult to fight with them.
Hope you like it
Tiny tank in tiny scale (for Armor). I don't build AFW models frequently, but sometimes it's good to change something, even in your hobby. This one looks interesting to me, especially that side doors. FlyHawk kit is nearly excellent – molding q[...]
Modeling the ships I visit, I would like to present my USS Alabama (BB-60). The kit is the 1/700, Trumpeter, USS Alabama and detailed with Tom’s Modelworks USS South Dakota Class photo-etched set.
Unfortunately I do not have any actual [...]
A co-worker along with our kicking and screaming wives made a trip up north to Port Clinton,Ohio, to the Liberty Aviation Museum and Tel-Con 2018. Some excellent work was on display and the bonus was being able to walk through their excellent mu[...]
this is the mount of Lt. William Leonard as it would have appeared with VF-11 on Guadalcanal June 1943
he graduated Annapolis class of 1938
won his wings in 1940
he was awarded the Navy Cross at Coral Sea
three weeks later he won another at[...]
These are a few pics of my WingNut Wings Hannover Cl.II 13274/17 'white4' of Schlasta 25 in 1918.
The fuselage and centre section lozenges were painted on the original so, in keeping with the theme, I painted them myself with hand cut masks, (wh[...]
I’d never discovered Eduard’s ‘Royal Class’ collection before so wanted to share this gift that came my way for my birthday.
Beautiful box , which is both a strange and geeky thing to say, but the line drawing and understated presentation a[...]
A few snaps of a model I did some time ago, the Tamiya offering of the Panzer III ausf. N.
Hi All! This is a result of the excellent 10 part "The Wietnam War" documentary serie (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Vietnam_War_(TV_series) I've seen recently. Actually this A-4 was around a while just I was too lazy to publish it here and [...]