This my last finished project of a beautiful aircraft. This kit is very big,size desk under it is 60x40cm. :) But i am very happy, than i have it at home.
The British Aircraft Corporation TSR-2 was a cancelled Cold War strike and reconnaissance[...]
Eduard 1/48, P-39Q, 42-19995, CPT William A. Shomo, 71st TRS, 82nd TRG, New Guinea, 1944. CPT (later MAJ) Shomo was nicknamed the “Flying Undertaker” because he actually trained and worked as a mortician in Pittsburgh before the war. He was awar[...]
The first diorama I built after getting back into the hobby. The mech is scratchbuilt and my first attempt at doing so. The Bf 109 is a kit which I built when I was very young so I restored the aircraft but in a crashed, "shot down" state. The d[...]
For your evaluation guys….
My first attempt in metallic finishes, many lessons learned, many more yet to learn.
Didn't use rondel decals, line decals etc... I've made them by masks I've previously made.
Excellent fit and details.
Every comment is welcomed :)
For your evaluation guys....
This plane represents one of the 2nd wave that stroke Pearl Harbour, from the Akagi.
I scribed lots of panel lines and rivets so, at the end, did a heavy weathering to made those work pop.
After a break of almost 30 years, I have lots of old box[...]
A project that took me 2 years to do (mostly do to laziness and not feeling like doing models for a while) but even with the amount of time it took to make, I am glad the way it came out.
Well, the pics were taken quite a few years ago, and depict some of the then still survivors from my aircraft building "golden age", many, many moons ago (between 35 to 40 years ago!) .
All these, and at least as many as these (mainly aircr[...]
Another beauty by PLASMO. The old (ancient?) Tamiya kit gets a proper treatment: