Festival “Svet v malem” (World in miniature), has seen its 13th edition this Saturday in the city of Kranj, Slovenia. Contest and exhibition are certainly small compared to some bigger countries, but from year to year, SVM attracts more and more[...]
Added the figures and details to the diorama. Unfortunately the figures did not turn out as nice as I would have it. The figures are from Fugimi racing set and they are not the best. The facial feature was a hassle to get right with pretty much [...]
Salvage crews working on a Junkers Ju 88, brought down during the the Luftwaffe’s attacks on RAF airfields in France on 10th May, photo taken 12th of May 1940.
Hurricanes of British No. 237 (Rhodesian) Squadron RAF in [...]
My airport diorama in 1/144 scale. Presented in Štefániks wing exhibition in Ivanka pri Dunaji, Slovakia.
Stage coach in the making using solid wood. Wood is Cedrus deodara along with what ever combination is available. Wheels and chassis completed- breaking assembly still a trouble will find out a way. Coach will be mounted at the end. Working on [...]
Hi all! Finally finished, phew. This is Revells Super Hornet. This went together very well, I was quite surprised as I didn’t really have any issues apart from the odd filling here and there. Halfway though I decided I would put it on a base. So[...]
Looks like H-K did their research with Mark Postlethwait's Dambusters research. They've got the first accurate markings and camo of Gibson's G-George (some minor but important variation on the factory scheme, limited to his airplane only).
This is Eduard's excellent BF-109E-4 'overtree' with Eduard 'Zoom' photo etch, finished as Adolf Galland's aircraft, using 'Aeromaster' decals from their 'Galland special' sheet, and painted with Tamiya acrylic's, and weathered with oils and pas[...]
Here we are in late 1940s / early 1950s, Point Mugu Test Center - Naval Air Station west of Los Angeles. First Sparrow, named XAAM-N-2 (X for experimental, A for air launched, another A for air target, M for missile, N as Navy and 2 - well - num[...]
Focke-Wulf Ta 154 was a German counterpart of the famous British Mosquito, so-called "wooden wonder." Although it was designed as a night fighter, this particular aircraft (W. Nr.32003) that I built was used as a twin-engined trainer, according [...]