Some of the rest of the shots from yesterday.
For the last five years, since we moved to Encino, these guys come right overhead on right-turn departure from One-Six-Right over at VNY, which is about a 10 minute drive from my house. So I finally decided I ought to do a feature article on The[...]
This vignette, “Let me at-em”, I completed about two years ago, portrays an excited trainee and an old-hand instructor just back from a training flight. The build includes the 1/32, Kitty Hawk, T-6 Texan kit, using the SNJ scheme suppl[...]
This was built for a customer and it reflects a scheme from 1940. The actual airplane is a restored T-6 and is done up in this fashion. The restored a/c and the photos of the original show that it had a 94th Pursuit Squadron emblem on the fusela[...]
My association with this type began when as a kid when I lived close to Flushing airport in Queens N.Y. A small private airport at that time[ 1960's and '70's] the skytyping team, flying SNJ-2's operated out of there. They were painted red at t[...]
1/72 Academy, I modified a few things, finished in MM and Tamiya enamels with X22 over RP Machado decals.
Here are some pics of my latest project. I,m pleased with the final result, but it was no mean feat getting there.
First of all, big respect to KittyHawk for actually producing this aircraft for us. When it first appeared I bo[...]
This started as way to turn an old "dog" Testor T-6 kit into something pleasing to the eye - I secured a set of Leading Edge decals for a colorful Harvard. Opened up the Testor kit, saw NOTHING in the cockpit and was planning on some scratchbui[...]
I think this 1/48 effort by Monogram was one of their best. It's always been a fun build, no matter how many I've done. I believe I picked this up as a $1.00 bag kit, and thought I'd play with it. While the paint scheme is purely fictional,[...]