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Slow walk into captivity…

These 2 kits are the 1/35 Hobbyboss White Scout Car, and Masterbox 'Road to the rear' cart with wounded German troops. Both these kits have sat semi-assembled for years in my 'stash', and I never really found the right inspiration to build them.[...]

Tamiya 1:72 P-47D-23-RA Thunderbolt

this is my Tamiya 1:72 Razorback done as a P-47D-23-RA "Josie/Cleveland Clever" (42-27899) flown by Lt. Mike Dokovitsky of the 340th FS, 348th FG, 12/1944. To attempt to achieve tonal variations i did not use a final clear coat. instead i worked[...]

Airfix 1/72 Mig-17F Fresco

Done as an experiment for myself in doing a NMF. It came out reasonably. Primed with Tamiya LP Black Gloss Painted with Xtreme Metals Polished Aluminium Alclad Duraluminium,Dark Aluminium, Airframe Aluminium. Tamiya Nato Black, Rubber Black, Med[...]

Eduard 1/48 Spitfire HF Mk. VIII

The Airplane: While the Spitfire IX was both better-known and produced in far larger numbers, the Spitfire VIII represents the high-point of development of the Merlin-powered Spitfire variants. Basically an unpressurized Mk.VII, the Spitfire V[...]

Eduard 1/48 Camel & CO, review

Raymond Collishaw 1893-1976 Canadian WW1 Ace

60 victories. WnW figure 1:32 sculpted by Mike Good Paint: Oils with details in acrylic and printers ink

Monogram T-28D

Well another oldie but goodie for you this evening. The Monogram 1/48ish T-28D from the mid-sixties I believe. I even built it will all of the operating features but decided to go ahead and lock down the flimsy gear with a touch of superlue. A[...]

Ray Collishaw, RNAS 10th Aero Sqn. Canadian Ace WW1

WnW 1:32 Tamiya paints Alcalad II metals Aero wires from AIMS

1/48 Hobby Boss Romanian IAR-80

This summer a bunch of photographs surfaced from a movie studio archive depicting some IAR-80`s in a very sorry state. The photographs were taken in 1954 during the production of a movie and stayed unknown until recently. IAR-80 was the main fig[...]

Eduard 1/72 B-25 Angel Of Mercy review