Hello my friends
There is a long time from my last contribution.
Maybe, this kit from Tamiya could be the root cause ? I had a lot of issues with this kit, surprisingly.
I have always wanted this scheme for my F8 version, and it was very chal[...]
I'm sure you all heard or read about this new decal manufacturer elsewhere, but I got their brand new sheet Wulf Pack pt1and the quality presented raises the bar on the decal AM niche. As you can see in the photos it comes in a A4 size card enve[...]
RAF pilots first reported encountering a new German radial-engine fighter on cross-Channel missions in August 1941, with increasing numbers in September, though their main opponents were still Bf-109Fs. Their reports of its incredible flying ab[...]
Wanted to share this colourful late war Fw190D that I built over last weekend - have always liked the look of the long nosed 190s and pleased with the way this turned out. Picture 4 shows it alongside my other end of WW2 in Europe 1/48 [...]
Painted as Ernst Schröder´s aircraft.
Decals were a bit brittle, and any damage was touched up with red paint.
This is 1/32 Hasegawa Focke Wulf Fw 190A6 with the markings of "Black 8"
This is field modified R11 for night fighting which was one of the Neptun radar equipped aircraft of JG300 in Fall of 1943.
Base kit is Hasegawa Fw 190A6. I have used OWL [...]
This was a model I wanted to build for some time, and finally got the chance to buy it while I was at Amsterdam.
General fit was good, except in the wing/fuselage area, where there were gaps. The tailband was the worst of the decals, since it is[...]
The Erickson Aircraft Collection Museum is located at the Madras Airport, a 45 minute drive north of Bend, Oregon on Hwy 26 near the intersection of Hwy 97N. The collection was originally founded by Jack Erickson of sky crane and aerial firefigh[...]
Egon Mayer was a World War Two German fighter pilot born in 1917 in Konstanz, Germany.
He enlisted in the Luftwaffe in 1937, being sent to JG 2 "Richtofen" in 1939, just in time for the Battle of France, and flew until his death in 1944, when he[...]
This was one of Hasegawa´s many special boxings of the Fw 190, this time including a single option for a Japanese Fw 190.
The Fw 190 was sent to Japan from Germany thanks to a technological cooperation agreement between the two nations.