The Revell kit is listed as a Skill Level 2 with an overall length of 12-3/4", a wingspan: 10-5/8", with a total of 50 parts. The kit is molded in light gray, a big improvement over the original orange mold from years past. The kit features fin[...]
"...probably the prettiest Ferrari in a long, long time!" - Jeremy Clarkson, Top Gear BBC2.
And who am I to argue with Jeremy ! - So this is the RoG kit which to be honest, is very soft in the details, has a number of avoidable fit issues (avoi[...]
Lovely little kit of the Hawker Hunter by Revell. I used the Xtradecal sheet for a Saudi Hunter for something a little different. Please forgive the poor photography, I am working on it!! Hope you like it,
Now on to the 2nd part of the review. Going back over the kit in a nutshell. This new tool Revell Beaufighter brings us a kit with a few more detail bits than what the Tamiya kit does not have an option for. 2 different V tails, the ability[...]
So here is the new tool Revell Beaufighter TF.X. I just recently built the Tamiya Beaufighter Mk VI for the RAF GB and it was a blast. The engineering in this is quite amazing from Tamiya, everything just clicked as it should. Still have to buil[...]
...and it only took four years, three months, 1000 plus toothpicks, a roll and a half of Tamiya tape, a variety of adhesives, many trips to the "spares box", countless hours of fitting & sanding, two bottles of the John Jamison, and a clay j[...]
So here is the first few pictures of the MV-22 Osprey by Revell of Germany. The instruction manual first off is VERY different than what I am used to especially since it is all in German which should be no surprise as it is from Germany. It is a[...]
This a 2012 selected subjects program reissue of a kit originally issued in 1964 of, which I built as a spaced out kid, This time I wanted to do it 'right'. Granted, I don't recall how the original kit was. but Revell should be ashamed of the co[...]
My most recent built, Revell M48A2-GA2 in 1:35 scale. There’s still a few bits I’ll change like the lights and such, more mud on it, but all in all I’m happy with the outcome, hope everyone is have a good day!
This article should be posted in 100 Years of The Royal Air Force Group Build, but due to some error, I am posting it in general iModeler page.
I made the kit in 2017 (the kit comes from 2009). The most difficult part was: rigging ([...]