This aircraft is from the Akeno Training Flight Division, Akeno Airfield, 1944. A very nice kit with no vices. When I started collecting info on this kit I noticed almost every build mentioned an over-lap of the of the wings near the wing root(s[...]
Japanese A6M Zero Colors.......... Part 1 I recently posted a similar article to this one about WW2 Japanese Aviation colors. It was not completely prepared so I removed the original posting. This is along the same line as my original inte[...]
Aircraft flown by Capt. Wakamatsu 85th Sentai Canton, China, summer 1944. Jaguar resin cockpit was the only aftermarket used. Additional detail to the engine in the form of wiring was done as well as brake lines. Reference for the color scheme[...]
This 1/48 kit has been around for quite some time,and,after getting an old one,I knew it was time to build it and test some techniques...
Hasegawa 1/48 kit,with one of the non-standard camouflages in the SEA....some older brothers joined in...
Hello colleagues, after some time I have finished another model. This is a Ki-84 by Hasegawa. I renewed engraving on the whole model, and added rivets. I improved the model with an etched seat and belts from Eduard, marking is sprayed over my ow[...]
Captured Nakajima B6N2 Tenzan ("Jill") at NAS Anacosta as tested by US Navy personnel of the TAIC (Technical Air Intelligence Center) after the war to obtain information about design, performance, capability. Final fate unknown. A very nice mode[...]
The Ki-84 from hasegawy is a beautiful yet simple model that is well built. I did not use a single add-on for the model. The instrument panel is only created by the decal that is included in the kit. I can say that is rich enough. I sprayed the [...]
It's been a while since I have posted anything................. I have been rather busy building several projects in the "Year of the Cat" GB, as well as the "Kasserine Pass" GB too. So here is one that I built way back in the late 1990's, no[...]