1/72 Airfix, FB 5 kit modified, finished for the DH 100 GB more pic's and details there, painted in MM 1781 with Pledge over kit and other decals.
1/72 Dragon, finished for the de Havilland 100 GB, more pic's and details there, a few moifications and additions, finished in a variety of enamels and decals with Pledge over all then with some Xtra flat mixed in.
The de Havilland Hornet/Sea Hornet used wooden construction techniques pioneered by the Mosquito. The aircraft was to conduct Royal Navy Air Service long range fighter operations against Japan. The war ended before the Hornet reached operationa[...]
Hi everyone! This is the Glencoe 1/59 de Havilland Venom FB.4, finished as Fuerza Aérea Venezolana bird. It was build as part of the great Group Build here. The de Havilland DH 112 Venom is a British post-war single-engined jet aircraft deve[...]
Hi everyone! This my 1/48 Hobbycraft de Havilland Vampire FB52, Iraq, 1955, built for the de Havilland Aircraft Company 100 years Group Build. The Vampire is a British jet fighter which was developed and manufactured by the de Havilland Aircra[...]
Today, 100 years ago, de Havilland Aircraft Company Limited was formed. To celebrate, a new Group has been formed, and if you have anything related to the company do join in. It has been decided to include the early designs of Geoffrey de Havil[...]
Amy Johnson (1903-1941) was a record-setting English pilot who was very active during the thirties. In 1930, the 26 year old Johnson became the first woman to fly solo from Great Britain to Australia, flying from Croydon to Darwin, a flight wh[...]
Howdy! So this is Hobbycraft’s 1/72 Otter DHC-3 kit with a Khee Kha Art Vazar Turbo-Otter resin conversion, Alliance Modelworks prop blur, and Arctic Decals Harbour Air decals (Harbour Air flies out of Victoria Harbor, British Columbia-among ot[...]
Once deHavilland received a production order in January 1940 for one prototype of the D.H. 98 design as an unarmed bomber to specification B.1/40/dh, the contract was modified on March 1, 1940 under Specification B.1/40 for 50 bomber-reconnaiss[...]
The Mosquito is truly one of the legendary aircraft of World War II. Conceived as a private venture to utilize “non-strategic” materials in construction and originally planned as an unarmed bomber that depended for its defense on high speed, th[...]