The Curtiss P-36 began with the Model 75 project, originally developed in 1934 by Curtiss’ Chief Designer Don Berlin as the Curtiss response to the US Army Air Corps Request For Proposals for an all-metal monoplane pursuit aircraft, with a compe[...]
Good morning from Viet Nam !
This is my lattest build, the Saab Viggen AJ-37 from Special Hobby. This is actuallu a rebox of Tarangus Viggen with the added of color PE for the cockit.
The fit is good overall, consider the nature of limit run k[...]
This was a commission build for a client who creates amazing photo-composite work. You don't see many of these built, and I'm not surprised as it's a b***h of a kit in places! My client wanted a wheels-up configuration, which the kit does not in[...]
Building time: 69hrs
Here is my latest creation, once again what I love the most: a diorama.
After some changes I called this one “Deathtrap” for obvious reason.
It depicts a few Marines which have discovered an abandoned Nakajima [...]
I have a confession to make: I think I have a couple of screws loose. That is the only explanation I have for my overarching modeling theme - building a complete collection of US military hardware from the 1920s to present. Well, at least what[...]
Excellent model from the Special Hobby, which I tried not to spoil)). Decals are spoiled, so I took up the striped coloring. This option is not out of the box. A little fuss with scotch - and here is a zebra on your shelf)))
Enjoy your viewing!
Several months ago, a modeler in Tulsa passed away, and his family donated the kits to our club asking that we pass them on to modelers who would build (rather than sell) the kits. We ended up distributing the kits to our club members and other[...]
The Yakovlev Yak-3 is commonly considered the best sub-type of the wartime Yakovlev fighter series that began with the Yak-1. The Yak-3 was one of the smallest and lightest major combat fighters fielded by any combatant; its high power-to-weight[...]
When Sydney Camm first designed what became the Typhoon in the late 1930s, not that much was known about high speed flight and heavy weaponry, with the result that the Typhoon’s wing turned out to be too thick. The result was that Camm began wo[...]
Hawker Tempest Mk. V JN752
03.07.1944 No. 3 Squadron Tempest V JN752 JF-S Fl/Sgt. Domanski
Operation: V1 Patrol
Date: 3rd July 1944 (Monday)
Unit: No. 3 Squadron
Type: Hawker Tempest V
Base: RAF Newchurch