Another older Fujimi model, built about 10 years ago.
Gefreiter Alfred Michel made his first and last combat sortie during operation Bodenplatte on January 1st 1945. His aircraft was hit and he had to make a forced landing. Afterwards he was ca[...]
Here´s an oldie, built about 10 years ago. Fujimi kit with Kommandeur Decals, Gunze and Tamiya acrylics, brake lines, seat belts and antenna wire added.
Aircraft found partially destroyed near Holzkirchen/Germany in May 1945, most probably a NJ[...]
As usual,not a top job,however it does justice to the important role of doing things differently in the US Army.
The Fujimi kit has few parts,and the trouble is with its windshield,for it requires extra work to conform adequately (which I didn´[...]
The Hayabusa, or Peregrine Falcon, was a new fighter plane that introduced modern trends in Army aviation, such as the retractable landing gear and high maximum speed. Much emphasis was placed on the maneuverability of the aircraft (at the expen[...]
The old kit from Fujimi in 1/76 scale
I hope this is okay to post a build I made many years ago. This Spitfire was built in 1990, my last build until I recently got back into building kits again. This is Fujimi's 1/50th scale Spitfire Mk. Vb....The later boxings will say 1/48th but [...]
Here is my most recent job, one of my favorite racing cars of all time, the Porsche 917K. After the famous era of the GT 40, this model came to a period of dominance in the endurance race scene. This model in question, the "K" with a sh[...]
Hello again, second article here, 1/72 aircraft. Please click my name for a short bio if you wanna know me a little better, and if you haven't already. I tried to go somewhat alphabetical. All 1/72 unless otherwise noted:
The Val is my first entry to The Empire of Japan Group build. The Fujimi Val is not as detailed as the Hasegawa offering, but shape wise it is pretty accurate. A kit from the mid 70's, but it does have fine engraved panel lines. Just a to[...]