In March 1918, British troops landed in the Russian port of Murmansk. Murmansk is located beyond the Arctic Circle, 3500km by sea from London. Following England, France and the United States intervened in Russian affairs, also landing [...]
Sopwith 7F.1 Snipe in which he reached 50 victories and won the VC. WNW 1:32 Tamiya, Alclad II and printers ink paints Model Kasten line 1:48 Gaspatch turnbuckles ( even these were a little oversized on the wing control horns) AIMS aero [...]
Hi all, this is my first post but not my first model! I typically build Australian Flying Corps subjects and so the Snipe was a long awaited addition to my collection. I always like a challenge at the Snipe really asked the question,'Why [...]
Going back to an earlier war than my previous profile offerings, here is my collection of Snipes. The Snipe entered service late in World War I as the RAF's new standard fighter, in preference to the Martinsyde Buzzard. They were painted [...]
My first WNW! Theoretically, for the manufacture of the model may be enough for 3 nights - the first day of the assembly, in the second- painting, and the third - braces ))). Thank you guys from New Zealand for their excellent model! And [...]
Hello, this is my fourth Wingnut's model. It is a pleasure to build, but it takes a lot of time and patience, Painted with Gunze acrylics and chipped with the hair spray technique. The wood graining was achieved with acrylic paint applied [...]
Here is my WNW's Sopwith Snipe. The kit goes together very nicely. This is my first completed WNW kit and surely won't be my last. Paint was Tamiya acrylics. I used Bobe's EZ Line for the rigging and Gaspatch turnbuckles. I was able to do [...]
My new job. Sopwith Snipe, pilot Sapozhnikov. Ace of civil war. Sincerely, Vlad.