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Eduard 1/48 Tempest V – Pierre Clostermann

The Airplane: 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 tha[...]

Tempest Mk. V, ‘JN 862’, 3rd RAF Squadron, 150th Wing

Hi folks, Again, I enjoyed our ‘Belgian Sun’ (which is not shining so often those last days) and decided to take few shots of my Tempest, built last years. I chose this famous day of the 6th of June to post this article. 77 years ago those brave[...]

Eduard Tempest Mk.V Dual Combo, 1/48.

Recently I've decided to improve my photography and buy a lightbox, today it arrived! So as I showcase my previous builds this is the first one with some shiny now photos. Eduard's Tempest Mk.V... An interesting kit to say the least, this c[...]

Eduard 2021 releases

That Tempest II in July is nice. Hopefully the S.199 will be in 1/48 first. 4-cannon Fw-190A-5 is also interesting, as is the Spitfire V in the fall. I like the Fw-190F-8. Doing 109Es with the Special Hobby kit is great - that is absolutely t[...]

Clostermann’s Tempest in 1/48

Eduard's excellent but slightly tricky-to-build quarter scale Hawker Tempest Mk.V finished as Pierre Clostermann's mount at the end of the Second World War. The kit is a bit fiddly by Eduard standards but fit is generally good. The only real d[...]

Just arrived on my front porch

Just arrived. Tore into it like a ravening wolf. A more detailed review will be up at M2 next week. But right off, the surface detail is amazing, more petite even than the recent Fw-190 and Tempest, if such is possible. For those who say "yeah,[...]

Eduard 1/48 Tempest V Srs ii – Donald “Foob” Fairbanks, top-scoring Tempest pilot

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 wor[...]

Academy 1/72 Hawker Tempest Mk. V

I know it's been awhile. I just realized that between our annual show last year and the show last weekend, I've only completed 3 projects!! The Privateer took me almost 8 months, and then I moved at the end of the year. I do have 3 others wai[...]

Eduard 1/48 Hawker Tempext V, Srs 1 – a detailed construction review

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 wor[...]

Eduard 1/48 Hawker Tempest Mk. V Series 1 – In-box review

Let's have a look at the all-new 1/48 Hawker Tempest from Eduard. The initial boxing of the kit is called Tempest Mk.V Series 1 and brings the markings of the early Tempests of the 1st production batch, which were distinguished by protrudi[...]
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