After my fellow countryman Roland Sachsenhofer posted his Italeri (Occidental) French Texan I looked through my foto albums and realized that there were only very old pics of my father´s Austrian T-6 that he built with the same kit a while ago f[...]
During my USAF career, I had the honor and pleasure to fly the A-10 Wart Hog for twelve years. It was a joy to fly…and to say that shooting the GUN was a thrill is an understatement.
I built this kit for an old fighter pilot friend of mine whom [...]
It is not surprising that a wide range of variants and versions can be found in an aircraft type which, with more than 15,500 examples, is one of the most built designs in history. The high production figures ensure that the T6 Texan is still in[...]
This is Italeri's 1/72 UH-34D, using Print scale decals of a USN training squadron, which when I first ordered them I had thought they were for the Seahorses used in Antarctica. I always liked the Deep Freeze aircraft. I decided to do the HT-8 [...]
Here you can see the Junkers Ju 52 in original photo at the Hahnweide German Airshow and in a model,
and the Ju 52 with livery of the IWC watch Advertising.
Kit: Italeri 1:72
This is my fast build Italeri 1/72 RF-4E that I offered as a gift to a friend of mine some days ago.
You can read the full build article following the link below (at my beloved site M2), if you so wish:
Thanks for watching, my g[...]
So back when I first started going to model shows with my Modeling Mentor, I was stocking up on cheap kits (long term retirement planning of the less practical kind) - 5 bucks or so, often multiple kits jammed in to the box. Eventually I came t[...]
This build is a few years old now, but was a memorable build since it was my first Tiger and I tried many new techniques with the build. The Italeri kit is NOT a favorite amongst Tiger enthusiast, but I received the kit in a trade and didn't kn[...]
Hope you all are alright and safe during this difficult period. I’ve been working from home for 7 weeks now, just a little touch of cabin fever - cured with a daily cold beer and some modeling!
Here is my attempt at Hasegawa’s[...]