HK Models are to release a new 1/48th scale B-17G before the end of the year.
The images are from the HK website.
Looks like H-K did their research with Mark Postlethwait's Dambusters research. They've got the first accurate markings and camo of Gibson's G-George (some minor but important variation on the factory scheme, limited to his airplane only).
This year's 50th birthday, I got this impressive model from a friend. The great enthusiasm was soon to be replaced by sobering. The model will just come in such a hurry. HKM could give more. Everything is designed so that everything is open, but[...]
Yes indeed, after three years of "coming soon," the H-K Lancaster has ARRIVED.
For those interested in seeing the parts if you haven't seen them already, I suggest you go to the HK Facebook page, which has lots and lots. I can tell you from fi[...]
Somewhat overshadowed by all the recent frenzy about the Wingnut Wings’ big Lancaster, HK Models have been quietly working on completing their very own 1/32 kit of the famous RAF bomber.
And now it’s here.
Ready for release in December, the H[...]
Before I started work on this plane I went thru the instructions with a fine tooth comb looking for pitfalls and making sure I don't miss parts or placement. This gave me an idea on how I wanted to proceed. So I followed the kit steps pretty [...]
So much has been written/said/shown about the Mossie this plane needs no introduction! The aptly named "Wooden Wonder" did everything it was designed to do.....and a whole lot more. My first exposure to the Mossie was the intro scene of "633 S[...]
First I present the "Betty-L":
Why this plane there in particular? Well I like to make assemblies that have a history; this "anonymous" plane among so many others will have paid the high price during one of the many missions realized by[...]