Modification of Spitfire mi VB hasegawa in 1/32 scale to draw the IX C version of the Spitfire ,used by the italian air Force in the post War period.
The Modifications concerned the lengthening of the muzzle,the widening of the propeller blades,[...]
Well, its time for the 2nd last post. The build is completed, under wing stores and drop tank have been installed.
Just waiting for the custom decals to arrive and put on and then I can truly say that this mammoth built is complete.
This has b[...]
Happy new year to all (with a little delay)
Here are my builds completed in 2019. I can say that I am more productive than the previous year. I hope this happens in 2020 too.
1- 1/32 Hasegawa Junkers Ju-87D5
2- 1/48 ProModele[...]
I have seen a few "All Decade" sports lists the past few days, so I thought maybe it would be fun to post pictures of our favorite builds of the past 10 years. Sadly some of mine died a grisly death at the hands of movers when I retired from th[...]
I’m not going to go into a ton of detail on this build since there are hundreds of WIP builds on this bird out there, but to say it’s many mini-kits in one, is an understatement. After some research I chose Johnnie Johnson’s version to replicat[...]
Its time for an update again, the finish line is in site.
Been busy doing a lot of the small jobs to get the build over the finish line, Vac Formed the canopy, scratch built the drop tank etc etc,
I will let the pictures do all the[...]
This is my first 1/32 scale plane, and it is a monster. I built this plane in 2 months, and it took about 40-45 hours to do. I've been wanting to do a 1/32 scale for a while now, and didnt know where to start, as most 1/32 planes are a little pr[...]
Well, another of my 'Wingnut Wings' kits leaves the 'stash' and sees the light of day... several still to come, and not to mention the backlog of WW2 Luftwaffe kits!
This is supposed to be a D.Va, but the kit it comes from - the 'Richthofen'-sp[...]
I usually play safe and wait for a kit to be reviewed before buying, but having seen reviews of (or purchased) some of ICM's recent kits, I thought I'd take the plunge.
The kit is presented in the usual ICM top-opening box with its separate car[...]
Well after this week end, its time for another post, I have installed the weapon pylons, air brakes, intake covers and avionics bay cover as well as vac form the main canopy. I still need to finish the rudder and ailerons. I am nearing the finis[...]