The Monogram Panther is one of my favorite kits, along with their TBD Devastator. This one had been in the queue to be built for quite some time. I used some old Aero Master decals called “Airwar over Korea”. The arrow decals for the right tip t[...]
The outbreak of the Korean War on June 25, 1950, found the United States less prepared to go to war than it had been on December 7, 1941. The year before, the three fighter groups in the Far East had been re-equipped with the F-80 Shooting Star[...]
Due to a very busy schedule it’s been a while since I completed anything. So I thought I’d post one from a little bit ago. This is Revell of Germany’s kit, and in my opinion certainly one of the best fitting kits I’ve worked on. The finish is [...]
Here’s my version of the Airfix Gloster Meteor F. 8. Much has been written about this kit so I won’t bore you with more of the same. This makes kit number four for the year.
In the change from piston to jet, the USSR was about three years behind the US and UK when the war ended in 1945. The fact that, five years later, there was a Soviet fighter high over the Yalu that was competitive with the West’s best fighter, [...]
A follow up interview to TC's story... of Williams accomplishments in the Korean War as a Navy Pilot in his Grumman Panther taking on 7 Migs and downing 4 of them. Its neat to read about William's story when it broke out and then the frosting[...]
Just finished this morning for the Korean War 'Campaign' (Group Build) over at Modellers Alliance, my other modelling 'home'. This is the Dragon M46 that I bought when it was a 'new' release way back in 1995 !!. Only now did I attempt it as up u[...]
Hi all Here I am again. This time with a model I did last year. This Tamiya Mustang is a beauty to build, very straightforward almost no filler required as we can expect from a Tamiya kit. The aluminium paint is the H8 Chrome Silver from Gunze[...]