I wanted to do something relaxing, so I grabbed this old Monogram FW-190 from the stash in my garage. It also fits my keep-it-simple modeling philosophy. My plan is to build it mostly out-of-the-box and just concentrate on a decent build and [...]
Hampden TB.1 (AD852) UB-N - of 455 Squadron, RAAF Leuchars, Scotland, 2nd June 1943. Great angle to see that distinctive Hampden shape.
And above, same aircraft and day, in flight.
On June 2nd, 1943, one of the mos[...]
Fw-190Aa-3 of Turkish Air Force (additional "a" means ausländisch). Turkey received up to 100 airplanes in 1942-43 as a result of a barter deal. Fw-190 were in service till the 1950, being the last German fighter used by TAF.
It's a Zvezda "ea[...]
Hi everybody, After a long abstinence I am back today with the type model, which I think I know best. I have dedicated myself to the "weekend kit" of the FW-190 A5 from Eduard in 1/72 and added a set of etched parts to it.
I have used the relati[...]
Hello, guys! The "Dora", or Fw-190 D-9, has been one of my favorite aircrafts. This particular machine ("brown 4") is a bit unusual, but famous, in that it was one of few Doras that were attached with the vertical stabilizer designed for Ta152. [...]
These are the Revell and Tamiya Fw-190's in 72nd scale. Both are built with the included decals and finished as per kits' instructions. The Revell kit is quite good in fit and details but may have a somewhat small engine cowling, but for me it's[...]
Oh god its been a long time since I last posted a model here. The kit is the Eduard profipack offering with beautiful colored PE parts, nice decal options - three of them being the Ta-152 type wooden big tailed birds - and pre cut masks for the [...]
Rather proud of this build, the only difficulty I had with it was when joining the wings to the fuselage, because the front bulkhead was too long. ChamptionScaleModelling solved it by shaving it until the wings fitted.
The JG6 ID band was hand p[...]
Hello friends, this time one of my favorite WWII German fighters, FW 190 "dora 9". With camouflage and markings from "defense of the reich" units, some wear and weathering, the final result pleased me a lot ... always improving, always. The Tami[...]
Few months ago I purchased a decal sheet from a new company named Exito Decals, simply because it had a trio of nice, never before presented in decal form (as far as I know) FW.190s. One of them, Yellow 5, was a one of a kind eastern front war m[...]