Recovered Shelf queen started a long time ago
Out of box build. Modelmaster enamels. Mr Color clear lacquers. Ammo oil blushers, tamiya panel liners and AK pencils
Good ol' Hobbycraft,simple but beautiful (at a distance).
Hope you like it.
This is my first completed build since 2021 - a small one, to be sure, but a completed build nonetheless. I have been wanting to learn more about the Bearcat for some time - all I knew about it was that the Bearcats on the old Revell [...]
Here are two kits that I've been wanting to build together for a long time. Years ago, I build the Monogram Bearcat just a few years after it was released and a few years after Frog released their Bearcat, but this was a hard one to catch [...]
After the French Corsair, my dad has finished the next French subject.
Hobbycraft kit, Barracuda Studios wheels, Eduard seatbelts, gunsight from the Hasegawa F4U-7 kit, EZ Line for the antenna wire, plastic rods for the two whip antennas, [...]
This is one of the US-Navy cats that I like really more, due to its aggressive looking, powerful engine and operational history.
The kit is the old Monogram released in 1976 in a new Revell box with new and good decals. Despite the quality [...]
I went into this build just wanting to use this kit as a practice but fell in love with this plane, it was designed to be a massive upgrade to the flying forces in WW2 but got there 2 weeks to late.
Because of the lack of it's service I [...]
When I bought this kit, I was really dissapointed. Really poor in everything.
I was almost convinced to put it into trash bin. But then I saw some works of one guy, who built really old fashioned and really really poor kits so nicely that [...]
Do I have the right "id" number on this model? I added some "PE" parts to the cockpit, but left out the "PE" parts for the wheel wells. I must have had a photo and/or a drawing of the wheel wells, otherwise I [...]
My first photo show's a black & white photo that I took out of Reed Kinert's air racing book. The paper back book had a red cover, but I don't remember its' name. I just cut out dozens of photos and scanned them into our Apple p.c. [...]