This recently completed 1/48 MiG is my first & only Trumpeter kit. I was impressed with how well the parts fit, it was an extremely easy model to build. The decals were also very nice. David Mills @davem has a photo posted of a similar MiG -[...]
Built in 2015. Trumpeter kit oob, seatbelts and antenna wire added, Gunze and Tamiya paints for camo and finish, fuselage band and tri-color rudder are painted, rest of markings are decals from Avalon. Model shows a Soviet aircraft that was cap[...]
This is said to be the aircraft of Capt. A.V. Schopov, of 6 IAP, 6 IAK (Fighter Air Corps), IA-PVO (Moscow Air Defence), winter 1941/42. There is no photo of the aircraft. The box top shows gun pods under the wings but none are in the kit so tha[...]
Here are some of my latest finished works. I won´t do this winter camouflage schemes for a some time. Thank you for watching.
The Soviet aircraft of World War II were often designed with a plywood part. For example the mig 3 and the Yaks 3. This is a mig 3 with highlighted parts in wood and metal. wood is obtained with Uschi decals. Really unpleasant that, in the box[...]
Couldn't find a lot about this aircraft other than what is on There is also a photo of the aircraft here. The fit of the kit was pretty good with the exception of the cowl panels which needed a lot of brute force. Trumpeter erred in the area at[...]
This is my attempt to build nice looking model from HobbyBoss Easy Assemble kit (1/72 scale - HB has EA kits in 48 too). On the other hand this is probably the best MiG-3 kit in this scale and also I've wanted to play with the imitation of a tem[...]