And my dad´s next addition to the French at war theme.
AMG kit which is somewhere between shortrun and mainstream. Dryfitting is important
Painted with Tamiya X-32 Titanium Silver. Plastic rods used for the missing nose gun barrels. Also [...]
Last build of the year. SECOND attempt at AMG's Hart for which the instructions can lead you well astray! This is quite an expensive kit to have to have two attempts not being an Eduard Dual Combo. First attempt I tried to be smart and do [...]
This is the newish AMG Hawker Hart finished as an Irish Air Corps Hawker Hind. The Hind was an improved version of the Hart that featured a more powerful RR Kestrel engine, a tail wheel, and the cut down rear gunners position from the [...]
Sidney Camm became Chief Designer at Hawker Aircraft Company in 1925, following his successful design of the Hawker Cygnet. Between then and his retirement from Hawker in 1965, he was responsible for the design of 52 different aircraft, of [...]
The postman just delivered my kit of the AMG 1/48 Hawker Hart (which looks like it can be done as every version of this airplane except the Osprey, which had a larger vertical fin and rudder).
This kit is beautiful! Fully-detailed [...]
Here is my latest build, Hawker Sea Fury in Royal Egypt Air Force service. Honestly, this was mentioned as "build just for fun and display case".
Even if I wanted, this kit is not good enough for any competition. Too many [...]
Following up on the previous article, the Sea Hawk's predecessor:
Had the Hawker Sea Fury arrived on the scene one year earlier than it did, its place in history would not be assured by its technical excellence but rather by the [...]
Messerschmitt began work in 1933 on a four passenger light “sporting aircraft” of cantilever low wing monoplane design, with retractable landing gear. The BFW M.37 was completed in the spring of 1934. Later redesignated Bf 108 Taifun [...]