Another outstanding Wingnut Wings model kit. This one was built out of the box as nothing else but rigging is necessary on these kits. Rotary engines in WWI used castor oil as a lubricant introduced into the gas/air stream. It was not absorbed b[...]
Here is my recently finished model : Junkers Ju-87G2 Kannonvogel from Hasegawa in 1/32 scale. Model built almost straight from box with exception of Eduard seat belt details and canopy maskings. When I decided to built "something diffrent" I f[...]
This is Trumpy's 1/48 Seafang. It's an excellent kit, with no problems in assembly at all. I posted a full build report on my site:
Thanks for looking!
Here is my 1/48 Tamiya P-51 D Mustang finished few years ago with the markings of “Detroit Miss” from 375th FS / 361th FG , 8 th AF. This natural metal Mustang was flown by Lt.Urban Drew. Drew ‘s airplane carried 374th FS colour markings.
Used in several capacities during the war, manufactured by several contractors, and still flying at war's end, the Albatros C.III is truly a classic, and so is this kit, it is not, the Special Hobby, or the (early, crude) Eduard kit, it's tha Au[...]
After some additional analysis from my insightful colleagues, we have decided to make an adjustment to this month's contest formula. The good news it that it is likely to increase your chances to win!
Designing the January contest, we wanted [...]
You don't see this one built much, it's a 'middle period' kit, scribed panel lines, but soso detail. I didn't know that Eduard had a very nice detail set, until after the build, but I used their 'zoom' set to get seatbelts. I scribed the slats o[...]
Three Hasegawa 1/32 P-26As, using the Yellow Wings Decals sheets for the 17th Pursuit Group when based at March Field in summer of 1935 shortly after their delivery from the factory. Modelers should note that these P-26As all had the OD fuselag[...]
The machine was built from the 1:48 Hasegawa kit, the white crosses, as well as the boundary lines are taped off and sprayed.
The German Kubelwagen comes from Tamiya, the characters are from ICM.
Here's my small dio/vignette featuring Tamiya's JSU-152. It's intended to depict the Soviets advancing through Berlin in early April 1945, right before the end of the war.
The JSU-152 was built OOB. It's a wonderful kit that goes together very [...]