This is the old but very nice Heller kit of the Gloster Gladiator, with the markings of the Norwegian Air Force as they tried to defend their country against the German invasion in April 1940.
I build this kit years ago, but didn't add rigging[...]
Hi there iModelers!
Here is another project from my shelf...
Initially, this kit was released by Heller back in the 1970s. In the 1980s, I was given the opportunity to drive a bike like this myself. It was a friend‘s bike and since then I coul[...]
At the end of the year I again built a christmas model; I fortunate enough that the people around me not just tolerate my passion but it seems they actually like my little stuffs - so I occasionly build models as gifts for them. This ide[...]
1/72 Heller, OOB except for some antennae, finished in MM enamels with Future over kit decals, built previous to 2005.
1/72 Heller, finished in Alclad and MM enamels with Future over kit decals, had a few problems with the finish of the Alclad black, built 2009 to 2012.
This is the model kit I got from Martin, the editor of Imodeler. It’s been mix feelings with this Heller kit. But seeing that it was a very old kit and compromises were taken into account, I now learn my way around such discrepancies in this kit[...]
Fast job with a great kit, I'm happy to post my second entry this month.
Paint and weathering products from Ammo by Mig.
This is Heller's T-28 Fennec, done as a US Navy T-28B, training aircraft. had to remove the pylon mounts under the wings and a scoop on top of the forward fuselage. The decals area mish mash of spares, replicating an A/C from VT-3. Didn't add en[...]
I'm still working on the Pe-2, and have spent the last couple of weeks securing and installing a spray booth, as I'm going to try my hand at airbrushing for the first time (testing Akan paints on the Pe-2, in prep for an F-4E in Greek Aegean Gho[...]
Greetings fellow modelers!
Some time ago I posted the Duquesne 1/400 from Heller ( and I've already explained the problems that it gave to me, but with this one (which is for the same customer as the Duquesne) it was a total different story.