Spad XIII believed to be flown once or twice by 1Lt Ralph L Hartman, 93rd Aero Squadron 1918. 1/48 Eduard kit.
Nice build. Going Italian next. 🤗
The first of a trio of Luftwaffe ground attack planes, this kit represents the machine of Major Theodor Nordmann, the Kommandeur of II./SG.3, in August 44, based in Riga, Latvia.
Painted with Gunze [...]
The Spitfire Floatplane:
The Spitfire was the descendant of racing seaplanes. As the war developed, it appeared there were places where a high performance seaplane fighter might be useful, which led to the development of a modified [...]
I finished this in August 2021. I enjoyed the build, which is OOB with the exception of some Eduard photo-etch seat belts. This recent Airfix kit is quite complex. From a fit point of view it's not as well engineered as Tamiya, but what [...]
This is Eduard’s 2019 release of their superb 1:48th Fw 190A-8 dressed up as “Blue 4” W/Nr.350189, 12./JG5 based at Herdla, Norway in Spring of 1945. Eduard says this plane was photographed on several occasions, but darned if I could [...]
Today I'd like to share my 1/48th scale Eduard Yak 3 with the group. The kit is one of that company's older efforts, first appearing in 1998, but it's a well-done if occasionally inaccurate effort that does a credible job of representing [...]
I have yet to see a verification from Eduard, but I see on Scalemates that Eduard will be doing multiple variants of both the Mitsubishi A6M Zero and the Grumman F4F Wildcat, including a "-3" and an FM-2!
Has anyone else seen [...]
Just finished building this 1/48th Hasegawa A-4M Skyhawk. It's finished in the markings of VMA-311 as seen at MCAS Beaufort, SC. The kit was supplemented with an Eduard color zoom cockpit fret and an aftermarket ejection seat and exhaust [...]