...and it only took four years, three months, 1000 plus toothpicks, a roll and a half of Tamiya tape, a variety of adhesives, many trips to the "spares box", countless hours of fitting & sanding, two bottles of the John Jamison, and a clay j[...]
I finally received the stretchy line for the aerials in the mail yesterday and attached the completed assembly using copper and steel wire, Albion Ni-Ag tubing, and a little paint. Next, it will be placed on the shelf where it will remain quietl[...]
Hardly every decade there's one motorbike that outdoes all the rest in terms of technology, design, innovation and beauty. Talking about these queens of motorbikes, the 916 is one out of a view, in a league with the Vincent Black Shadow and the[...]
This is one of my latest completed model. This time Mig-15bis from Tamiya. For this build I first time paint my entire model using NMF. For this I used Tamiya AS-12 Silver decanted to the bottle and then sprayed using airbrush. I th[...]
I was quite dissapointed when I opened this kit. Not many parts, not too much details, it seemed like underestimated myself. But, I had to add at least one Japanese WWII aircraft to my collection, and I did not expect too much from $20 kit. Stil[...]
I present to you my Corsair. I started this thing about two years ago and did built a little here and a little there. I guess I got a little sidetracked with other projects and I'm sure that never happens to any of you. Anyway, I painted it with[...]
And here's my newest and latest model finished just today!
The Uss Missouri , not needing any introduction, though maybe in a not so often seen configuration.
As she appeared in 1991 while participating in operation Desert Storm.
Base kit was [...]
This is the 1/48th scale Tamiya Vought F4U-1A Corsair. The markings are from Superscale Decals sheet number 48-501.
'Big Hog' VF17, USS Bunker Hill. Aeromaster paint was used for the main colours.
After looking at photos of Corsairs coming in[...]
To those who follow me, I’ll be picking up a nice camera soon
Lately, my workbench has been a mess. Not so much in a literal sense, but rather in the way projects keep coming in and not getting finished. Part of that is the result of trying to get build reviews done, while simultaneously participating in [...]