This time not an aircraft of the RNLAF, but one which was operated by the Royal Dutch Navy (MLD).
The Hawker Sea Furies were not only operated from land but their was also a squadron that was stationed at the aircraft carrier “Hr. Ms. [...]
Taken of the shelf of doom after a long break.
All of a sudden things started to roll and i finished it within a few days. The scheme is from No. 245 squadron in 1945.
Painted with Ammo Mig and AK Interactive acrylics, Ammo Mig panel line [...]
Ciao, here another kit for a friend of mine. Not so complicated kit and a lot of fun…
Stay safe Paolo
Essentially a Mk.IIB fitted with Vokes and Rolls-Royce engine dust filters and including a desert survival kit, the Mk.IIB Trop was one of the Hurricane variants that took part in the WWII Western Desert campaign, commonly referred to as [...]
1/72 Special Hobby, I started working on this in 2007, off and on till finishing in early 2021.
This was one of two display aircraft, The other being WH 588, 114.
I modified a few things along the way, brass wire and tube for the prop', [...]
Arriving too late at the end of WWII to see any real combat, the Hawker Tempest II proved its mettle in the Far East and Middle East circa 1948. When the British left India in 1947, the bulk of the remaining RAF Tempests left behind were [...]
I like to find things that are just a little different to build, which led me to this Typhoon tactical reconnaissance aircraft. These builds often send me down a rabbit hole chasing information on obscure aircraft, and so it was with this [...]
I started this build probably near the end of 1989, the year this kit was released. I got as far as airbrushing the Sky Type S paint on to it but stopped and left it on my shelf. As time went by the box and the rest of the parts for this [...]
This is my contribution to the combo build of the Hawker Typhoon together with Spiros @fiveten
It was a great moment when Spiros joined my thread together with his Typhoon and continue it as a combo build.
The build was mainly out of the [...]
This is 1/32 Special Hobby Hawker Tempest Mk.V with the markings of JN766/SA-N of 486 (RNZAF) Squadron RAF at Castle Camps Cambridgeshire in January 1944.
Cockpit modified with CMK seat and Eduard instrument panel.
I have used [...]