Honestly, I was more than surprised about all your reactions; can't believe it. Thank you so much.
David has asked me what my next project would be. So, I chose this one for my second article: WIP!
From the pictures you see that I am currently[...]
Something is not right with the Cessna's landing gear and a couple of mechanics have put it up on jack-stands for a gear retraction test to determine the problem, probably something to do with the jack-screws being out of alignment. I actually d[...]
Exactly one year after my last model, Cessna O-2A Oscar Deuce in 1:48 scale, I’m here again with its older cousin Cessna O-1E Bird Dog in the same scale.
Coming from Hasegawa (ModelUsa), it requested a lot of improvements summarized as follow:
Well I was really looking forward to this kit. There is a fair bit of flash but that is not really a concern. I am a reasonably competent modeller but I have to say aligning and bonding the upper fuselage will challenge the best of us. It is ben[...]
following my previous articles about Vietnam era helicopters, this is time for a fixed-wing!
In late ‘60s USAF introduced twin-powered Cessna O-2A to replace single engine Cessna O-1 (my next project).
Testors/Italeri kit is acceptable b[...]
I remember building this kit as a teenager back in the 70s, but a few years ago I had another crack at it. It's actually quite a nice little model, spoilt only by the poor clear parts and some unfortunately placed ejection-pin marks.
I added a [...]