When I bought this kit, I was really dissapointed. Really poor in everything.
I was almost convinced to put it into trash bin. But then I saw some works of one guy, who built really old fashioned and really really poor kits so nicely that I star[...]
Mölders aircraft,in my interpretation...hope you like it...
This is my first post at iModeler, and I wanted to share my version of the 27th Pursuit Squadron CO's plane, as it appeared at the Cleveland National Air Races in September 1939. At that time the P-36 was the most modern US fighter (pursuit) pl[...]
2 x Hobbycraft 1/72 scale
by Don Weixl
Note: This article first appeared in Hyperscale back in 2013.
Canadian aviation fans have a fascination with the Avro CF-105 Arrow. The Arrow was a large twin engine intercept[...]
We entered the last week of 2020 and I do not have any models that I will complete in this period. So I thought that it is the time to post my models completed in 2020. This year was very bizarre (Covid and its effects). But, des[...]
This is one of my dad´s oldest still existing models, built 10-15 years ago.
The old Hobbycraft/Academy kit, pimped with some Hasegawa parts and PE seatbelts.
Should Eduard really release their announced S-199, most probably gonna build a new on[...]
Built in 2015.
Academy boxing of the Hobbycraft kit, mostly built oob. Replaced the crappy kit canopy with a Hasegawa one, for that some putty and re-scribing was neccessary in the fuselage area behind the canopy.
Used a piece of sponge for the [...]
Finally complete. Hobbycraft 1/48 F-94B, MM Non-Buffing Aluminum, BareMetal decals, True Details T-33 seats, scratchbuilt gunsight, mild weathering. Korean War, I'll add it to that build group. This one fought me at every turn and took a ton [...]
This my 1/48 Hobbycraft de Havilland Vampire FB52, Iraq, 1955, built for the de Havilland Aircraft Company 100 years Group Build.
The Vampire is a British jet fighter which was developed and manufactured by the de Havilland Aircra[...]