Have built a new model and a Bücker Bü131 Jungmann from ICM 1:32
as Training aircraft of the Swiss Air Force 1936-1972
Best regards Hans Peter Tschanz
David Hanant, Scale Modeling's greatest friend, passed yesterday, August 31, after a short illness.
David was my good friend for the past 20 years, since we met at the IPMS-USA Convention in San Jose in 1998. He was a strong supporter of my wo[...]
Hello friends. Just finished this rusty ship. This was something new for me. I have another hobby (leather work) but I love this new adventure. Thanks for looking.
This is the new Kinetic kit built up as a Spanish Navy example. It’s a really nice model of an interesting subject. First off, the fit of the kit is superb with two exceptions. I used no putty or superglue as filler anywhere, only a tad of Mr.[...]
Utilizing the unused Greek decals from the Buckeye kit and Hasegawa's early F-4E (which the still produce), I did a Greek Phantom in the blue scheme of the late eighties. The kit is the older molds but with the leading edge slats and the TIESO o[...]
I think the first time I paid attention to "Developments in Aviation" was when I saw the October 1949 edition of the National Geographic show up at our house (it helped that my two teacher grandmothers had taught me to read at age 4). I was amaz[...]
Construction: The kit was the Trumpeter’s carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt which was the Nimitz class carrier used by the U.S Navy and is still operational. The plastic sprues are well molded a good and satisfying detail by Trumpeter manufacturer[...]
Here are a few pics of my WNW Albatros, recently refurbished.
GasPatch turnbuckles and Spandaus.
Just a few of the photos taken from Cosford, Newark, and Doncaster aircraft Museums here in the UK.
I'm no photography expert, so please be nice 🤓