A quick summary of a review I did on the Revell Mosquito last in comparison to the Tamiya Mosquito.
Both kits very detailed. The idea was bandied about among friends and not so friendly ones as well. Anyone remember the response whe[...]
The Mosquito bomber was the original purpose of the D.H.98 design. RAF authorities were doubtful of its ability to operate without defensive armament, depending on its speed to outrun enemy interceptors. The bomber version was only ordered into [...]
Once deHavilland received a production order in January 1940 for one prototype of the D.H. 98 design as an unarmed bomber to specification B.1/40/dh, the contract was modified on March 1, 1940 under Specification B.1/40 for 50 bomber-reconnaiss[...]
The Mosquito is truly one of the legendary aircraft of World War II. Conceived as a private venture to utilize “non-strategic” materials in construction and originally planned as an unarmed bomber that depended for its defense on high speed, th[...]
My second RAF Aircraft, and boy was this one strange. I started this aircraft almost 5 years ago, and I have just now finally got it done (Of course, I have moved twice since I started this poor thing).
I also call this aircraft the plane that [...]
The RAF WWII 'wooden wonder' here in a 1970's kit.
It depicts a plane from the 487th Squadron, in Operation Jericho, Amiens 18 Feb 1944.
Made from wood, this plane has litle panel lines and/or rivets but, based on some photos, I did so[...]
Hi friends, after a year of construction I finished a diorama with Tamiya Mosquito in Scale 1:32
I try to portray my dioramas historically. In this case I have 8 books with photos of WW II helped ... Have fun ...
As progress of the RAF GB continues on and the October reveal now would you believe less than 2 months away. I have 4 projects on going with 2 completed and the other 2 coming along nicely. With some time left to build a 5th model in wh[...]
The Mosquito is my favorite aircraft and I would love to be able to get behind the stick some day. I won't be able to add much to all the things said about this Tamiya kit other than it was a pleasure to build, very smooth. I used Cutt[...]
Yep I'm still here, just short of 'bench time' because we've been moving house (again !! - four times in six years including the move down here to NZ). So here's my first project since the move.
Even though it's a Tamiya kit, I really took my t[...]