This is the follow up to the first article I posted on the newer ICM release of the Junkers Ju-88 A-5.
The first part of this kit review is covered here:
I had to break this review up into two separate parts, due to the high number of pho[...]
Well finally... Here it is. I have been trying to get this article done for a while. There have been a few "technical difficulties", but we managed to get past that with help from some friends. More on that later...
This review will have [...]
The airframe depicted has been raised from a lake in Jonsvatnet, Norway in 2004 where it sank through the ice in 1940. Even though it was a relatively new airframe built in 1940, it already had a new wing and had been recoded on the fuselage sid[...]
Well, its been a while since I posted so here is my latest, this is ICM's Ju88 A-5 in 1:48 built using the new AIMS correction set which provides a corrected cockpit interior and radiator fronts. It also uses AIMS new decals 'Ju 88 Early Birds P[...]
Perhaps the most well-used aircraft in the Luftwaffe of the Second World War was the Junkers Ju-88 series. Originally designed as a Schnellbomber relying for defense on the ability to outrun enemy fighters, it was eventually used as a long range[...]
Following on from my post earlier in the week, here are the final builds from my series in MAI this year on the Battle of Britain. The Spitfire and Bf109 are in the new December issue just on sale today (21 Nov). The builds are:
The new Airfix [...]
Been a while since I uploaded something onto Imodeler, had a lot happen in the past month in which I apologise if folk have been wondering where I've got to.
Anyway about the kit
I brought the kit back in 2013 at ScaleModelWorld for a[...]
The Ju-88 series is said to prove the effectiveness of the German philosophy of using one good basic airframe for a variety of missions. Actually, the Ju-88 was not the result of such a design philosophy, but rather was so good it was supremel[...]
Hi, here is a build of mine, from the past. Not from my stoneage but quite old, done in the 2000-2002 time frame.
If you build the Italeri offering of this well known type, you can do what ever you want, it won t look like a Ju 88 build from the[...]
Hi, here is a walkaround on my Ju 88 G-1 from Hasegawa. The "G" was the result of the experiences made with the "C" and "R" versions, while the "C" was a good aircraft, it lacked speed especially with these "tv antennas" ;-) on. This version als[...]