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, [...]
Hello Folks This is one of my latest completed model. This time Mig-15bis from Tamiya. For this build I first time paint my entire model using NMF. For this I used Tamiya AS-12 Silver decanted to the bottle and then sprayed using airbrush. I th[...]
Images created during 2018 Moson Model Show at the iModeler booth.
To say the nifty Tamiya Mig-15 was a joy to build would not say enough how fun it was to build. Though reading that the tail is more MiG-17 than how the -15 should be is the only negative point of the kit that has been brought up on some revi[...]
Hello, I'd like to share with you about my walkaround on Mig-15. The machine is located in a museum in Vyškov, Czech Republic
This Mig model is supposed to be an older idle machine somewhere on the edge of the airport somewhere in Russia. The model is without accessories and I built it as a test of metallic colors and riveting.
1/72 Hobby boss, almost OOB, I modified the intake and changed the scheme, finished in Humbrol and MM enamels with Future over Hi decals.
MiG-15 is a very popular plane, so common for Warsaw Pact countries. Almost 18,000 were produced, but mostly MiG-15 is associating with overall silver look. I decided to break that and choose some unusual paint scheme for my model. Decals for Ir[...]
Ok, so I wasn't going to go hog wild on stuff you can't see. I only added a few things besides the wooden floors. Resin seats fro Resin2Detail, a lamp some odd details here and there and a couple of charts. I just love these old Monogram kits!
I did this kit a few months back. It is an attempt to depict the MiG-15 at the Planes of Fame Museum at Chino, CA. It "started life" as a 1970's Airfix "baggie" kit, hence there were SOME fit and detail issues. This was my first (and a bit lame[...]