This article belongs to category 'what if': it is based on Horten brothers‘ flying wing aircraft concepts. At Gothaer Waggonfabrik they also worked on realizing this futurist concept at the end of WWII. In contrast to the Horten [...]
AZ Model kit with their additional photo etched set. Eduard MG15, home made vac canopy and extra cockpit work. Camera and frame added to internal under fuselage window area. This is another labor intensive limited run kit.
This project was a “sanity keeper” - I needed a project to help me through some difficult times. I grabbed a random box from the stash and started a build. It was finished in two weeks.
In 1942 the main fighter type of the Royal Hungarian Air Fo[...]
More than 20 years ago, as teenager, I did my first glider flying lesson. I still remember the whole flight, we did it in the early evening, maybe one hour before sunset. The air was amazingly calm and we did not even had to touch the controls,[...]
1/72 AZ, a few small modifications, finished in MM and Humbrol enamels with Future and Xtra flat over kit decals.
The Kawasaki Ki-78 (Ken or Ken III or Kensan III) was a high-speed research aircraft developed to investigate laminar profile wings with high wing loadings. First prototype was build in 1941 and the project was officially terminated after the 3[...]
AZ Model 1/48 Kawasaki Ki-48 Code named Lily. Copped it in the reviews. I loved it. Hope you do too. Painted with Master hobby enamels.
I always wanted to make Spitfire in an unusual painting scheme. So, this one for unpainted look of this famous warbird.
This is a new AZmodel kit in HQT (high quality technology). And I can say that plastic really looks very good and if you do[...]
Oddly misshapen and a labor to build. One of two kit options,this example fought in the CBI theater, based somewhere in Thailand, 1943. The other kit option, another Thailand based Ki-48 , was evidently shot down over Rangoon by the AVG. Some sa[...]