Finished the 1/20 Hasegawa Camel Lun 168. This was painted using Mission Models Paints. Lots of painting (over 40 colors involved), chipping, scrubbing, and listening to 70s music went into this bad boy. I'll be putting out a downloadable How-to[...]
Hello everyone! A fresh model arrived, Sopwith Camel by Eduard, well known to all. The assembly is almost out of the box, and therefore I collected it with pleasure))
This article should be posted in 100 Years of The Royal Air Force Group Build, but due to some error, I am posting it in general iModeler page.
I made the kit in 2017 (the kit comes from 2009). The most difficult part was: rigging ([...]
Finished another Wingnut kit, actually started building it about a year and a half ago, but due to some mishaps relating to me destroying decals it sat on the shelf of doom during a year. But I couldn't leave a kit like this there so the last mo[...]
First post here. This is the classic 1/28 scale Revell Sopwith F.1 Camel from 1959. I mainly build 1/72, but was inspired to build this kit that's been sitting in my stash by a desire to build one of the Wingnut Wings Camels that came out rece[...]
This is one of these jobs that is twisted from the beginning and everything goes wrong, I break the compressor, the airbrush came at the end of his days while cleaning the airbrush needle broke.
The varnish was as if it had something that repel[...]
The snub-nosed, pugnacious look of this aircraft is instantly recognisable as a Sopwith Camel.
I've previously posted Headline articles relating to significant sections of this project, a 1/16 model from Model Airways, because of the detail a[...]
This is the final instalment of the 1:16 Sopwith Camel F1 build sequence. The remaining work is with the main and cabane struts, upper plane and rigging, so the next time I post (all being well) it will be to show the completed project. If you[...]
Arguably the most difficult and complex part of the build to date, the fuselage is now complete, with the exception of the cockpit coaming, which is added at a later stage.
As with the wings, the structure was built up directly over the plan[...]
I've completed the empennage and lower wing of this 1:16 model. If I'd taken the photos a week ago you would have seen a real dog's dinner, but somehow it all came right.
I'd mentioned previously that I probably wouldn't include images of the [...]