My recently finished Revell 737 with Braz winglets. Nice kit, but needs adjustments. This is my first airliner, and I think it came out quite well!
I used cheap rattle can for the white parts, and Revell 31 for the nose.
Enjoy, and feel free [...]
Hello everybody on imodeler!
First of all, this is my first post here, and I think this is a nice page!
So, here is my recently build. Nice and easy, and it went together quite nice! I used Humbrol paints, and they were airbrushed. I hope you [...]
Washes, an important part of the weathering process were arguably brought to the mainstream by wargamers. Here is a 7-minute video from Wargamers Consortium to show you how to make and apply panel line and detail pin washes.
By Jack Mugan
Sometime last year at a model show I managed to pick up a new 48th scale kit from a model company called KINETIC. The vendor had a nice build up of the model on display and he assured me it was built right out of the box. I tho[...]
The Need for Speed
By Jack Mugan
Have you ever been browsing through one of you reference books and suddenly see a photo of an aircraft in markings you somehow missed before? That is what happened to me while reading my Squadron in acti[...]
This post is more a test of Firefox than anything else. My very first post (the Z-M Skyraider) was done through Firefox - my usual browser). Subsequent articles were posted via Safari because the other one stopped working [well, maybe it wasn't [...]
BIG model....25" nose-to-tail - 12" wingspan. Painted, marked and loaded to my own likes (which means it ain't necessarily "accurate"). Not an ideal photo background, but uncluttered nonetheless - except for those fishin' lines (gotta get that [...]
This is the Revell (Hasegawa) Gates Learjet in 1/48 scale.
Despite its age the kit is really nice, well ok you’ll have to live with the raised panel lines. This is my only airliner/bizjet so far and I built is just because I like the look of th[...]
Hi, Hope you enjoy my progress pics. Not far to go now and I will be finished. Have been working on this for the past few months, on and off when I get the time. I will post more pics when finished.
The XB-35 emerged from the Northrop manufacturing plant in Hawthorne, California and took to the air on June 25, 1946. Powered by four Pratt & Whitney R-4360 Wasp Major engines which drove contra-rotating four-bladed propellers in a pusher [...]