The Royal Air Force is 100 years old this year.
Spitfire MK.IIa No. 19 Squadron, RAF, Fowlmere, England, June 1941. 1:32 Revell kit, built from box + HGW seatbelts.
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Here it is! This model was awarded to me for being selected from amongst those submitting their first article to Imodeler.
This was my first Eduard kit. I must express mixed feelings regarding t[...]
Because who doesn't love a Spitfire?
As always, a really lovely kit from Eduard's ProfiPack 1/48 scale warbird series. I figured it had been too long since I made a good old Spitfire and had never done one with invasion stripes so chose this s[...]
Hi folks, this is my second submission to imodeler...
The diorama depicts a possible scene in Italy in 1944: An American Spitfire Mk. VIII is forced to belly-land near to a farm. In order to hide it as far as possible during repair, the aircraf[...]
Just completed this morning, this is my Hasegawa Spitfire Mk VIII of 452 Sqn RAAF, Morotai 1944. The markings are from DK decals and the model was painted using MRP paints. I added a Eduard Zoom set in the cockpit, very little of which you can see.
Following the electrifying announcement of a new Tamiya Spitfire in 1/48 scale, here's my review of the actual kit. In search of a more efficient review format, I'll skip the lengthy introductions, state the facts and let the (extensively commen[...]
Hi there! Greetings from Brazil.
I've just finished this iconic bird. It's an Airfix 1/48 Spitfire Mk I. The kit is ok, except for the landing gear fitting. It's really tricky. And also the fuel tank cover that doesn't fit that good.
Hope you [...]
Here is the kit many have been waiting for - the brand-new Airfix 1/48 Spitfire FR. Mk XIV. This is the pictorial tour of the pre-preduction kit sprues as presented at the 2018 Scale Modelworld show in Telford. The product itself is scheduled fo[...]
Here are a few "factory photos" of a brand-new 1/48 scale Spitfire Mk. I kit by Tamiya. This kit is set for release in December, and we hope to see more of it in Telford during the weekend. For now, we'll let the pictures do all the talking..
Recently there has been a lot of excitement with Tamiya announcing an all new tool Spitfire Mk 1 in 1/48 scale. But do we need another Spitfire model? After looking at the various photos of the plastic trees, and a video review online, I'm going[...]