What is it with Airfix and noses? Their Sea Fury i just completed recently is a bit of a shocker and now this. I suppose it keeps one busy instead of just stick part a to part b type of deal, but it is a tad annoying. Anyway, besides that it isn[...]
The Försökscentralen (Test & Evaluation squadron) is a lesser known part of the Swedish air force. It tests flying materiel, tactics and equipment. Although it probably got less money in the budge than Pentagon use for paperclips in a year, [...]
A small diversion form building for Innis by sticking together one for myself.
Primed with Mr. Hobby Finishing Surfacer White,
Painted with Colourcoats RAF/FAA Yellow, Xtreme Metals Aluminium and Tamiya rubber Black. Finished with Al[...]
While struggling with completion of Airfix' Gloster Meteor F.8 the included Derwent is a model in itself. It's not bigger than 20 mm x 35 mm but certainly will be an eye catcher on the side. Finnished in Vallejo colours throughout and a bit of o[...]
Nice Airfix model, except of nose cone mounting everything was smooth. Hope you like it. Cheers!!
This one has a fairly unusual peace time 'kill'..
On the morning of 30th August 1955, one of the oddest 'shoot downs' in the history of military aviation occurred; No 805 Squadron would be called upon to fire on an unusual 'enemy' in the skies [...]
Hi to all of you iModellers, it's been a while since I posted anything but as I'm stuck indoors along with the rest of the world I decided it was a good time to catch up.
This is my interpretation of the original picture showing the prototype Mk[...]
Built in 2017.
The Meteors were Israel´s first jet aircraft and they served in the No.117 Squadron which was also called the "First Jet Squadron".
Airfix kit, Isradecals, Vallejo Metal Color Aluminium, antennas on spine are scratch.
Airfix 1/48 Meteor F.8 finished as a F(TT).8. Decals-xtradecals
Well here we are with another rendition of Airfix's new Meteor this time as you can see in markings for an aircraft flown by the Israeli airforce.
It is nice to see another 1/48 Meteor available to us and I must admit to getting a little giddy w[...]