There were many training gliders SG-38 left by german army after WW2 in Czech. One of them is represented here. We remarked them to ŠK-38 Komár (Mosquito). At these days we can see many amateur replicas built due to simple construction, so they[...]
These 1/72 SG-38 gliders by Kovozávody Prostějov came two-in-a-box. Parts count was pretty low, so the real challenge was in painting and finishing. I tried to replicate the semi transparent effect of the wing when viewed from below. The wing[...]
Going with the D-Day theme, I think that I'd rather jump out of a perfectly good aircraft then take a ride in one of these.
For the commemorations of the 75 years of the D-Day landings I've chosen ‘Operation Deadstick’, better known as the capture of ‘Pegasus Bridge’. The mission was vital to the success of Operation Tonga, the overall British airborne landings in[...]
This is my last build in 2018. Mentioned as a gift for my father. The kit itself is bad as much as it gets. Cockpit is practically scratchbuild, there was almost nothing in the box (definitely nothing accurate). Wings connection to fuselage is w[...]
More than 20 years ago, as teenager, I did my first glider flying lesson. I still remember the whole flight, we did it in the early evening, maybe one hour before sunset. The air was amazingly calm and we did not even had to touch the controls,[...]
1/72 PZW, OOB in my own scheme with MM and Humbrol enamels, with Future over Hobycraft decals from the spares box.
1/72 PZW, OOB, done in my own scheme with MM enamels and Future over decals from the spares box.