This is my first post on iModeler. I've been on an "Axis Kick" as of late-I’ve got 7 different 1/32nd scale models going right now: Bf 109 E-4/7, G-2, K-4, FW 190 A-4, D-9 Ki-84, Ki-61 (Yes I suffer from Modeling ADHD!). Since I enj[...]
When this kit first came out I was happy to get an early model Spit with a two blader, my favorite version. It turned out to be kind of toylike, "soft" looking somehow. I dunno maybe my head is soft. The "straight" canopy lid provided had an arm[...]
This is an Airfix kit finished with Humbrol enamels over Tamiya lacquer aluminum. The roundels are from Superscale. The kit is a bit thick and chunky in areas, but is an easy route to a very early Spitfire. Built with care, it looks the part [...]
Had this kit laying in the stash for quite a while. Saw the movie "Bridge at Remagen" and got inspired to build it. Funny, two months after I built this, Bronco announces it is releasing an early version Chaffee. The Italeri kit is more of a [...]
Earlier this week, the question was asked,. "Do you want to fly with the P-38s this weekend?" Of course, there's only one answer to that: Hell Yes!!
Of course, one must always ask the Weather God whether that will be allowed. This morning it[...]
Finally broke down and got the new Academy F-4B, I had been waiting for a state of the art Phantom for years, and this looks to be it. I know this bird has been reviewed to death, but one thing I never saw in the reviews I read, and something th[...]
Purchased this kit when it was first released somewhere in the mid nineties (I think). It was my first experience with using resin detail parts. Cockpit is the OOP KMC kit which was absolutely fabulous in that it just dropped in without any ha[...]
An early version of Spitfire from the past which is still one of favourite pieces of my Spitfire collection.
This is 1/48 Tamiya Spitfire Mk.1b with the markings of No 92 Sqdn. during the summer of 1941. One of the original cannon armed Spitfire[...]
Here's a little idea I came up with this morning : One angry StuG hunting American armor. I took 2 pics. one pic is from the view ( if you can call it such ) from the intended targets, and the other is from the hunter's viewpoint.
Last portion of some impressive aviation models from IPMS Stockholm's event today.