This is a great kit that I thoroughly enjoyed building and am reasonably happy with the results. Anything else is superfluous. It's one half of a twin boxing-still have a Hellcat 2 (F6F-5), Pacific Theatre.
Emerging from the Fairey Battle project, the Fulmar was submitted as a response to a prewar British specification, calling for a two-crew fighter capable of observation and fleet defense operations. As the aircraft was intended to [...]
There are aircraft that, once seen, are remembered. This does not require the expert eye of an aeronautical engineer, nor is it due to the fame of a long or spectacular operational history, nor is it due to a particularly aesthetically [...]
Here is my latest work. Everything with this model went fine, almost till the end. Then, when i was removing masks, i revieled a broken canopy clear part. For a few days i didn't do anything, and then... I decided, it stays the way that [...]
Greetings folks, After getting more into the hobby and posting on a few other places, I've decided to make an account here and post my most recent builds. Critique is always important, and keeping confined to one forum or social media can [...]
The FAA used quite a number of Hellcats,and one of those was completely painted in glossy black! Though there are a number of controversies,I decided that such a camo shouldn´t be passed by... The kit used is the 1/48 Eduard Weekend [...]
Introduction: One of the advantages of building in 72nd scale is that kits are small and cheap enough to allow me to build aircraft that I’m “kind of” interested in (basically every airplane ever made). As an example, I picked up [...]
This was a project that started as "I'll just do a little clean-up on this old kit," and turned into a major project. I'm only posting the finished project pics here, but for details, especially the interior construction, you [...]