This is my Hasegawa F-104 Starfighter. Nice kit to build OOB, although some of the decals were not that nice.
First time using Gunze Mr. Metal Color Aluminum and I was not pleased. I mean, the color was beautiful, but it kept releasing[...]
U.S. Army 2nd Lt. Rick Rescorla, Platoon Leader of 2nd Battalion, 7th Cavalry Regiment, 1st Cavalry Division – Ia Drang Valley, South Vietnam, November 16, 1965
Born in England, Rick Rescorla first served in the British Army, then joined th[...]
I was looking at headlines and came across Tommy Killander USAF 104 Starfighter. Like it very much so I decided to post mine own that I done about 4 years ago. By the way this is not to compete against Tommy's 104. This is when I first started t[...]
This build that I did as a tribute to one of my favorite movies - The Right Stuff, made by Philip Kaufmann in 1983. The Eduard 1/48 "Bundesfighter" kit (reboxed Hasegawa with some aftermarket) has the decals for the aircraft individual that wher[...]
This is a cool new site. It has inspired me to add a little article.
I'm building Italeri's 1/32 F-104C. It's a decent kit but lacks the refinement and detail you might find with some other manufacturers. I was drawn to the scal[...]
Images created during 2018 Moson Model Show at the iModeler booth.
Length: 17 m
Cruising speed: 925 km / h
Wingspan: 6.36 m
Manufacturer: Lockheed Corporation
First flight: March 4, 1954
Engine types: General Electric J79, Turborreactor
Revell 1:32 scale model, a fun mod[...]
Another one from the recent past. Hasegawa's F-104G with as much aftermarket stuff as I could cram into it. This was an important lesson in 'critical mass'; the idea that at some point Gewgaw A and What's-it B will eventual interfere with Thingi[...]
Eduard (Hasegawa) 1/48.
Here (finally!) the F-104G Natofighter Eduard 1/48 that I was happy to receive here (as "awards of the month" winner) 19 months ago (October 2015).
I used almost all the available detailing sets (except the radome) : t[...]
Hasegawa 1/48 Kit(the best i think) Aires cockpit
I used various tone of Alclad and no varnish at all so i dont loose the shiny finish
I hope you like it...