The role of the RAAF Kittyhawks in the defence of Milne Bay in 1942 has been well documented elsewhere & this particular aircraft was in the thick of it with 75 Squadron. Apparently flown for the most part by Flying Officer Geoffrey [...]
There's not much to say about this kit other than it was an enjoyable build. I've read a few articles and seen a few build/review videos and I don't know what the issue was were that folks found. This thing fell together with the [...]
This model represents the mount of Flt. Lt. Stanley George Scrimgeour (known as George) of 457 Sqn on 20th June 1945. By the time the Mk. VIII entered service with the RAAF in early 1944, the IJNAF and IJAAF were spent forces in the [...]
1/72 Special Hobby, started early 2020, finished early 2022.
Having made what seems to be a career out of Spitfires & particularly Vc versions of late, I'm happy to have finished my first Eduard 1/48 Vc kit. All my other efforts for this mark have been mostly kit bashed, with the exception of [...]
This is the ubiquitous 1/48 Tamiya FB.VI Mosquito built as a 464 Squadron (RAAF) aircraft flown by F/O Jack Palmer and his navigator F/O Jack Rayner operating out of RAF Thorney Island while attached to 2TAF in October 1944. [...]
It's been a slow year at Casa de Crosby but a second build has crawled it's way over the line.
The kit is the quite nice 1/72 Academy F/A-18D converted to an Aussie B. In order to get to the B version that we flew, a few lumps and [...]
Greetings, fellow modelers.
I added to my P-40 collection in order to include a Nationalist Chinese P-40N and an Australian P-40M; a salute to America's Pacific and Asian allies. Both planes are identical in the box, despite the different [...]
1/72 Hasegawa, my third F 111, started 2013, finished for the Nose Art GB 2018, more pic's and details there, celebrating 25 years of service with the RAAF.
1/72 Italeri, built for the Luftwaffe GB, more pic's, details there.