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 have a[...]
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 in the [...]
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 a nice[...]
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 with [...]
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 riggin[...]
My new job.
Sopwith Snipe, pilot Sapozhnikov. Ace of civil war.