Pegasus Hobbies M46 Patton in 1/72 scale. A fun project built as part of the Forgotten War group build.
This is Pegasus's Martian War Machine 1/48, from the 1953 movie War of the Worlds. A very simple kit to build, I included a bit of a diorama also. If I had the skill set would have wired the machined. David Leigh-Smith started this group build [...]
I’ve liked the look of the Roland D.II ever since I first saw it in Kenneth Munson’s "Fighters, Attack, and Training Aircraft, 1914-19" back in the late 60s. It wasn’t a particularly successful fighter despite its good looks; while fast, it did[...]
Here's my almost completed moonlander. This is a really excellent kit manufactured by Pegasus Models. The fit is really good and the molding ares superb. It's a little tricky to build and I ended up tossing out the kit's vertical support rods an[...]
Greetings monster lovers!! Today's offering is the Pegasus 1/12th scale solid vinyl "Mbwun" monster from 1997 movie 'Relic'. I started with a base coat of Tamiya Acrylic Deck Tan, then detailed it out with Vallejo inks and transparent colours. [...]
This is the Martian from George Pal's 1953 movie 'War of the Worlds'. This kit was a fairly simple build. I base coated it in Tamiya spray bomb fine grey primer. After that, the hardest part was hand painting all of the veins and arteries on [...]
This is the Pegasus 1/144 scale Luna Rocketship kit. I has 11 or 12 parts as I recall and no fit issues. I started this kit the same day as the Airfix Stuka I did for the BoB group build and had it built and primed in about a week. And there it[...]
This is the Pegasus kit of the Space ship from the movie When Worlds Collide.
It was a great 50's movie. The kit goes together very nicely and comes with the base and launch ramp there is a photo etch set you can get with it which includes the o[...]
This is a recent club challenge build of a Pegasus snap-together kit in 1/48th scale. I am surprised that a $10 kit designed for beginners would have wheel well and cockpit detail -- chunky, yes, but respectable nonetheless. I decided to paint[...]
This started life as a club project, where everyone was to build a 1/48 Pegasus EZ Build kit, a snap-tite, any way we wanted to. This done in authentic Kreigsmarine A/C colors, with the obvious float added. Lots of fun, and some eyeballs rol[...]