Hello, this is my first post on iModeler.
I want to share with you one of my 2019 builds : an Eduard's Spitfire Mk IX Profipack in 1/72nd scale.
A pleasure to build, really nice little model, like almost every Eduard's most recent productions.
Ok, so this my first step into a proper full wash subject and what better subject than Eduards Royal Class 109F dual kit, i mean if i'm going to muck it up, i might as well ruin the best. I've wanted to do a 109 for a while now and couldn't pas[...]
There's not much point discussing Eduard's 1:72 line of MiG-21s - excellent kits, decently priced and with overwhelming details. The only thing I did to improve the looks, was to sand the intake ring from the inside, which gives a much more accu[...]
P-51D-5 s / n 44-13535, Lt. Edward F. Pogue, 79th FS, 20th FG, 8th AF, Kings Cliffe, UK 1945
Mr.Paint colors, marking sprayed over masks.
I hope you'll like it :)
Eduard 1/48 Bf 109F-4Z/Trop, W.Nr 8673
Hpt. Hans-Joachim Marseille, Quotaifiya AB, Sep 15, 1942, following his 151st kill. This was his last Bf 109F before he was ordered to fly the Gustav by Generalfeldmarshall Albert Kesselring. He was later k[...]
Well here she is, Victory 201 COs bird, VF-84, USS Theodore Roosevelt 1989 Maiden Voyage cruise. This is a wonderful kit, but I would say it is not one of Tamiya's shake-n-bake kits. Like their 1/32 P-51, you really need to pay attention to cl[...]
It's an Eduard Mig 21 PF converted to Mig21 FM with the fin of the old Esci Mig 21 MF.It was a bit deficult but I think the result is ok.The gun is from the Academy's Mig 21.Thank you,Ihope yoy like it.
This build has been posted in the “Work in progress – Aircraft” group, and to see the entire build you may want to check it out there. In 1942, Hans-Joachim Marseille went to Rome for some RandR, returning to Egypt on 24th of August. Upon arriv[...]
This is my second crack at the new Airfix kit. This one represents an Indian Air Force example assigned to the training center at Ambala, India in 1945. The internet is full of excellent reference photos for these low back Griffon engined Sp[...]
This aircraft was piloted by Uffz. Peter Bremer of 2./JG54, Autumn 1941. The standard 74/75 upper camouflage was modified by an application of 70/02/79 over the original paint to improve its camouflage for Autumn. I did the same painting seque[...]