By chance, or should I say, by Google app I managed to retrieve some long lost photos of the Junkers 88 nightfighter I did back in early 2013 or so. This kit had a resin nose from Quickboost in order to replicate one of the few “Berlin” radar do[...]
Stanley Winfield ‘Swede’ Vejtasa’s first assignment was with Scouting Squadron 5 (VS-5) aboard the carrier USS Yorktown from August 1939 to May 1942, during which time he shot down 3 Japanese fighters and damaged 1 while flying an SBD-3 Dauntl[...]
Hampden TB.1 (AD852) UB-N - of 455 Squadron, RAAF Leuchars, Scotland, 2nd June 1943. Great angle to see that distinctive Hampden shape.
And above, same aircraft and day, in flight.
On June 2nd, 1943, one of the mos[...]
It is my first article published on iModeler.com
It was my first kit after over 16 years of break from scale modeling (at that point in time I had no knowledge about modeling and had one brush, one glue and Revell paint can). I made[...]
Hello again. i would like to show with you the Junkers JU88 from revell, i finished the model in august. enjoy the pictures
Hola de nuevo, quiero mostrarles el Junkers JU88 de revell, el modelo lo terminé a finales de agosto, así que disfruten[...]
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[...]