I have been following my project to restore or even to build vintage models which bring back good memories, so now I went to this 1957 original Monogram kit, the civilian beauty Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer .
I took my first flight in a [...]
I took advantage of my time away from the classroom last week and finally finished this two-and-a-bit year project: Tigger Models' (the old ID Models' vac kit) of the Short Sunderland in 1/32nd scale. This has been a really [...]
Here is my 1/32 GWH Curtiss Hawk 81 with the markings of Flying Tigers AVG from 1st Pursuit.
Built by OOB except for the Eduard seat belts, Barracudacast main wheels and Cutting Edge national insignias
Paints are Gunze acrylics.
Being a birthday present, this kit just had to be made carefully & not rushed. Well that certainly was the case here, as it's been on the bench for over twelve months, while I did extensive research. I was put off by the need to do a [...]
Reluctant to give up the high manueverability of the fighter biplane, the powers that be in the Regia Aeronautica accepted this design in 1939, despite the writing on the wall that monoplanes were the new wave. The British Gloster [...]
I finally completed the diorama for the 'Bigfoot' wheel excavator I posted not too long ago. This is basically a display for any similar 1/32 or even better, 1/50 scale construction model. The base itself is an old binding circular hard [...]
This excavator was given to me as payment for weathering the farm die-cast models I posted not too long ago. I kept the weathering at a minimum on this 1/32 scale die-cast model. This will later go on a diorama specially built for it, [...]
This is a 2 foot version of the LG-1 105mm Howitzer. Built from mainly pine, all from pictures. this one is my newest model. In some pictures the model is not fully painted.
This is my presentation of the Trumpeter 1/32 P-40B, finished as a Hawaiian bird.
The model was a contribution to Louis Gardner's and the small team of great friends' idea to build subjects relative to the so important [...]
Yes. Another weathering project done for Christian Lillebror Schölin. The scale is 1/32 with beautiful details. Been getting s lot of projects of late and it seems to be growing. 🙂