I've built a lot of clean models this year, and what better excuse to make a beaten up bird than a Japanese subject? I ordered this while waiting for some supplies for other projects to arrive and have had fun beating up this big 1/48 [...]
N1K1 from the 402nd Fighter Squadron, 341st Fighter Group. This is a very nice kit with great fit and low parts count. When I opened the kit I set myself a challenge; finish a kit in under a month. If you discount the 10 minutes it took me [...]
Seeing certain aircraft sometimes brings back a memory, for me the N1K2 reminds me of playing Combat Flight Simulator 2 when I was 8 years old, I always thought of it as the 'fat Japanese plane with the big guns and the cool cockpit'. [...]
Very nice kit finished in the EofJ GB,and presented here attending my friend Colin request... 🙂
Here is my 1/72 Kawanishi H6K5 "Mavis" flying boat, done about ten years ago.
The Kawanishi H6K was an Imperial Japanese Navy flying boat produced by the Kawanishi Aircraft Company and used during World War II for [...]
Every once in a while I stray from my "keep it simple" path and travel down the less-traveled road. Bear in mind that I have reached an age where I got rid of most of my 1/72d scale kits because I could neither see or accurately [...]
This model represents an aircraft of the 343rd Fighter Group, flown by Leading Airman Ikuji Matsumura. A very nice kit. I added the RB Model Brass 20mm Japanese cannons Type 99 Mk. 2. I bought these for the soul reason that they were on [...]
Model represents an aircraft from 407 Hikotai,343 Kokutai, Matasuyama 1945. Upgrades include SBS cockpit, Master gun barrels and Aeromaster decals. The engine cowling gills were thinned and moved to an open position with scratch actuator [...]
Hello. In my first article, I would like to show off my model. This is Kawanishi N1K2-J Shiden from Bandai on an impressive 1/24 scale. The model from the '70s alone does not impress with details, but it impresses with its size. Span 50 [...]
Before we get to George...A big thank you to iModeller for my Random Draw prize kit. I chose an Eduard Spitfire (you can never have too many Spitfires!) which arrived the other day.
Today's offering has a very long-winded name, so you may [...]