With war clouds on the sky in 1938, the Army Air Corps determined it needed a fighter with better performance than the P-36. Curtiss had developed a design strategy stretching back to the P-1 if stretching an airframe as far as possible, and the[...]
Here's my rendition of the mythical Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, realised one year ago. It is the "N" version from Hasegawa, and I had some minor issues with fitting, especially the rear part of the fuselage (due to the engineering choosen by Hasegawa [...]
Good day! Model series is easy kit. Very weak detailing, so many homemade parts. Cockards and alphabetic codes infused with paint through a stencil. The model depicts the aircraft No. 250 Sgn., 262 Wing, Desert Air Force, RAF, 1942 Flown by Fln.[...]
For several years I had a goal of building 1/48 scale models of all the Navy dive-bombers that saw action in WWII. I'd been fascinated with dive-bombing ever since I read Walter Lord's book "Incredible Victory", and saw the movie "Midway" in th[...]
Hi All, My recent completion of the 1/48, Airfix, P-40B. Other than using an Ultracast seat it was built out of the box, painted with Vallejo Model Air and minimal weathering with artist oils pin wash and dry brushing to highlight. The exhaust[...]
Robert Neale's plane. Used Ultracast seat, prop/spinner and Master gun barrels.
Hasegawa 1/32 Curtiss BF2C USS Ranger