This is the last of post WW 2 Felix rides, I hadn't really planned on doing it,not being a fan of the F/A-18, but when I saw the Two Bob decal sheet I changed my mind, I opted for the Italeri kit, being the cheapest that I could find, Our hob[...]
This is my 1/72 Academy P-40M with Finnish Air Force markings that I completed a couple of months ago. This is a nice kit that can be made as either a M or N versions of the P-40. There are a few things that I felt needed some attention: the hei[...]
I hope this is okay to post a build I made many years ago. This Spitfire was built in 1990, my last build until I recently got back into building kits again. This is Fujimi's 1/50th scale Spitfire Mk. Vb....The later boxings will say 1/48th but [...]
The first of many Tamiya Corsairs I did was this one, built alongside an F4U-1D. I started this back in April last year and completed in just 3 weeks, which is a record for me but that is largely due to having plenty of time off due to lockdow[...]
The inspiration for this was the cover artwork for ‘sci-fi lullabies’ by Suede. It’s a shot of an old Lightning on the Otterburn Training Area firing range in Northumberland, England taken by John Kippin.
Anyway, I had fun building it...
Man it's been a while...
I picked this up at an "antique" store for a couple bucks and decided to update the paint scheme.
I tried to create a stone look on the base by over-spraying Lt gray, Dk gray, black and white.
I hope you like it :)
The history of the fighting around the Solomon Islands has always amazed me. The Japanese had a sea advantage, but the losses they suffered were, unlike the Americans, impossible to make up for. while for the US navy, the loss of several dozen s[...]
Here is one I finished up last year ; its Hasegawa's 1/48 Ki-61-i Tei Hien . I bought it as part of a double boxing along with its sister Ki-100 I Otsu. I finished it up as a Chinese Nationalist aircraft just to have a different one from the u[...]
I had a desire to make an airplane in the painting of the school unit. And this is how this Zero-Sen model from the Oita flight school was created. I did an attractive painting of the lower surfaces with H24 paint. Cockpit details such as instru[...]
Rogozarski was founded on 21. April 1924. under name “Zivojin rogozarski”. In the beginning of 1930s Royal Yugoslav Air Force was gravely outdated with bi and triplanes. Construction trio Ilic, Sivcev and Zrnic started new project “Rogozarski Ik[...]