This is the last "official" day of the Nose Art Group Build, so it's time to get wrapped up and start posting your work! It's been great watching all your projects coming together and I'm pretty excited to see the finished results. As always, [...]
The Group build is still in full swing, and by popular demand I've decided to extend the deadline once again until March 31, 2019. Hopefully, that will give everyone a little more time to complete their models for this and the other groups that[...]
One of my contributions to the Nose Art Group Build started by Jaime Carreon. Big shout out to Jaime for starting this Group Build as it's been a lot of fun. The P-51D I'm posted depicts "Duchess Arlene" flown by 1Lt Robert W. Williams of the 10[...]
No nose art forum would be complete without a B-17 in it, as that airplane is pretty much the poster child for that genre. Look for nose art on any search engine and chances are the first hit you'll get will be a B-17.
After the Monogram Musta[...]
First I want to thank Jaime Carreon for starting this group build. From the beginning I knew I wanted to be part of it, but didn't know what I should build. Than it became clear it had to be a Flying Tiger P-40 due to their defining Tiger Shark [...]
Just a friendly reminder that the Nose Art Group build is in progress and awaiting new projects. Due to requests from several participants, I'm going to extend the finish date to January 30, 2019 to allow for completion of models in the other g[...]
Allow me first to make the point that I do not in any way disparage the town of Cooter Missouri nor any of the fine people that live there….
That being said:
This is a model of an airplane that I have wanted to build for a very long time and [...]
This is Revells 1994 boxing of Monograms 1/72 N A F-82G. The G was an all weather model used with some success in the early days of the Korean war. The first aerial victories are attributed to the F-82, it also was used for ground attack mission[...]
Many thanks to Jamie Carreon for starting this Group Build, the amount of subjects as well as various models that can be entered are truly endless. My addition is the Hasegawa P-40N that's been around for awhile but still builds up as an excelle[...]
William Joyce, the Irish-American better known as ‘Lord Haw Haw’, was hanged as a traitor in Wandsworth Prison in January 1946. His failed appeal had gone to the House of Lords, as he argued that being an American citizen, also a naturalized Ger[...]