My second Airfix Hurricane, and I tried a few new things during the build. Firstly, the kit is a winner, no matter which version you attempt to build. As a matter of fact, parts to build multiple versions, come in most kit. You have choices, [...]
Hello Folks My latest completed kit in June. The Hawker Hurricane Mk.I from Airfix. Goes together fantastic, the details are quite good. I add some Yahu instrument panel and some small PE parts for the cocpkit. The other after market I add was [...]
1/48 Italeri Sea Hurricane. This is a continuation of my build article published last week on same model. Fresh off the work bench. I never new much about this kit and did not perform any research on it. My kids wanted to get me a model for m[...]
Since there is some kind of "glitch" at Modeling Madness (under repair I am told) I am posting this earlier than usual. The Airplane: Had the Hawker Sea Fury arrived on the scene one year earlier than it did, its place in history would be assu[...]
The Hurricane was built pretty much out of the box apart from the seat straps and the propeller which was modified and originated from the Airfix Spitfire with some additional filling and sanding. Mr Hobby paints and aviaeology decals laid on fu[...]
This is my second contribution to the Kasserine Pass/Tunisia Campaign Group Build… The Narrative Borrowing a page from David Leigh-Smith, I have imagined the following story to accompany my presentation of the Hasegawa 1:48 Hawker Hurricane Mk[...]
This is the Fisher model and pattern 1/32 resin Sea Fury. It represents an aircraft of the Royal Australian Navy 724 Squadron, based at HMAS Albatross, Nowara, New South Wales. The Fisher Sea Fury is an absolutely fabulous model to build and to [...]
1/72 Airfix, I modified and added a few things, basic cockpit details, air filter, antennae, propeller shaft, finished in Humbrol and MM enamels with Future and Micro flat over kit and spare decals, built 2008.
Here is my latest build, Hawker Sea Fury in Royal Egypt Air Force service. Honestly, this was mentioned as "build just for fun and display case". Even if I wanted, this kit is not good enough for any competition. Too many mistakes in casting of[...]
1/72 Revell, I modified a few things, wing leading edge and panel lines, rear fuselage, copper wire ejector handles, canopy open, added intake covers, finished in Revell and MM enamels with Future and Xtra flat over Flying Colors Aerodecals.