The MiG-29 9-12 aka MiG-29A “NATO Code Name: Fulcrum” was originally thought by NATO as the lightweight companion fighter to the Su-27 in the Soviet version of the F-X fighter program and the equivalent of the F-16 in terms of perfo[...]
The P-61 has always been one of my favorite aircraft from WWII. When they first came out I built two of the Monogram kits and had a ball with them. I even put electric motors in one so that the props would spin. All in all I think the Monogra[...]
The SU-27 is one of the sexiest aircrafts I ever saw, so I was missing this build :-D
The SU-27UB from Great Wall Hobby is a fantastic kit. Quiet hard work, but with a very rewarding end result. Completely OOB, just added a few cables to the la[...]
Since it seems P-61s are suddenly popular here, I'm posting the review I did of the Great Wall Hobby kit at Modeling Madness a few years back, which may be of assistance to people. You can cut to the chase at the end which may save you both mone[...]
Plenty has been written on these iModeler pages about the history of the Douglas TBD-1 Devastator. Let’s just say that this wasn’t one of Douglas’s finer achievements. All fifteen TBD’s of VT-8 were shot down during the battle of Midway and o[...]
Built in 2017.
Took a bit longer to complete due to several (selfinflicted) problems. Mounted the nozzles inverted but could fix it. Then followed the camoplan in the Caracal instructions but that was wrong and reshaped the camo. When my dad st[...]
Currently polish Fulcrums have two-tone gray camo. This one reminds the time, when Poland bought some airplanes from Czech Republic. This specific unit has additional markings related to training called "Eagle's Talon" that took place in[...]
This build was cursed. That is all.
Problems were mostly caused by my own clumsiness, not the GWH kit, which in terms of fit and surface detail is fantastic.
Dropped the model, breaking a stabiliser and meaning I had to redo the first camo co[...]