Just a couple of additional photos of my Thompson Brothers Aircraft Fueller taken with my Airfix 1/24 scale Hurricane.
Not a lot to say. As my Mum always said "If you don't have anything nice to say..." But I'd be remiss in failing to mention that a number of parts fit, ahem, not so well. Decals, however were amazingly good- perfectly snuggled with Tamiya Mar[...]
Model depicts an aircraft flown by the Finnish Air Force 2/Lentoliavue 26, Kilpasilta airfield, April 1943. The only mods necessary to convert to a Finnish Hurricane are a taller scratch aerial mast and a small first aid hatch added on the mid [...]
Well, believe it or not, this is the first Hurricane I've ever built. Built being a loose term for my attempts
When this arrived in December 2018 the wee man asked me if we could build it with this particular scheme.This build also [...]
Built last year. Hasegawa Romanian Hurricane kit, Eduard seatbelts, in the kit missing early style prop and spinner taken from the new Airfix Hurricane I, missing 5-spoke wheels from ultracast, missing early style antenna mast from the spares bo[...]
Happy new year to all (with a little delay)
Here are my builds completed in 2019. I can say that I am more productive than the previous year. I hope this happens in 2020 too.
1- 1/32 Hasegawa Junkers Ju-87D5
2- 1/48 ProModele[...]
The Hawker Hurricane was surely the backbone of RAF fighter command in WW11... though it never received it's rightful place in history, it served with distinction from the Battle of Britain, where it was flown with great expertise by the likes[...]
I built this Hurricane from old Airfix 1/24 scale kit.
Painting is most likely the natural finish it had at factory before delivery to RAF.
Hasegawa 1/48 kit,easy building,hope you like it...
I was asked to build this Hurricane as a commissioned build for a good friend. I recently posted a build report on Imodeler last week for those who are interested. Here is the link:
My experience building this FLY kit was "so-so". This is p[...]