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Hey! It´s been a while as I simply did not have enough time for modelling the last months. Here you can see my latest built though the exhaust flame dampers are still missing. The kit itself is really good but also quite expensive with something[...]
My newest archiving addition is the 1/48 Tamiya He-219 Uhu. I got this kit pretty cheap from a vendor at a local contest. A couple pieces were broken but, nothing too difficult to fix. I am a modeler after all 😉. The kit, as most Tamiya kits do,[...]
This is Tamiya's rendition in quarter scale of arguably the most elegant and equally deadly night fighter to emerge from World War II. Personally, I would be hard pressed to make a choice between the Uhu and the P-61 Black Widow.
There will alwa[...]
Hi All, This is the Dragon HE219 A-7
basically a Great Model, I only had one or two fit issues but i think they were of my own doing.
The one thing that wasn't great that was out of my control was that the panel lines on the the top of the f[...]
What do you do with a Lindberg kit ? What do you do with one that's missing parts? Can't give it away, or sell it, so just have some fun with it ! Take a color you have little use for, some decals, you don't need and build a hypothetical r[...]
Another in my series from the back of the display case. This time a real oldie, built over 33 years ago. Inspired by reading 'Night Fighter' by C.F. Rawnsley, my intent was to build a display of 1/72 scale WW II night fighters centered around[...]
One of my later efforts, Tamiya's 1:48 scale Heinkel He-219. A really nice model and a good build. Good detail inside and out, and most importantly, the fit was excellent so that negated a WHOLE lot of sanding.
The cockpit is a unique arrang[...]
This is not a recently finished model but one of my favourites. This was built with the markings of 1/ NJG1 ( May 1945)
Photo edge instrument panel and the seat belts are from Eduard.
Painting was done with Gunze Sangyo and Tamiya acrylics.
Built a couple of years ago, went together like a dream. Fun.