This is my build of the Shuttleworth Tiger Moth from Airfix's 1/48 kit. It's a nice kit and well engineered, there's even an included jig for adapting the tail for the two different versions featured in the kit as one has the anti-spin strakes a[...]
As things start opening up, I was lucky enough to be able to book a flight as a passenger on a de Havilland Tiger Moth at The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, Ontario - First time taking a flight other than being an airline passeng[...]
Besides the previously announced 1/48 Spitfire Mk. XIV, Airfix will soon be adding another quarter-scale kit to its range. To my knowledge, this handsome and immensely popular golden-era aircraft was only previously kitted in this scale by Auror[...]
Well, this is an special kit for me.
Last year, when I just entered in this group, I suddenly won the 'Random Award' with my little Junker's D-1. the Beginner's luck!
It was so hard select a prize kit and I selected big boy, Airfix's new tool 1[...]
Hello! Last year I received prizes from imodeler.
It is time to start to build them.
My latest project is DH.82a Tiger Moth from Airfix 1/72 in the RAF scheme. Nice and easy to build model. Here is the link of WIP (unfortunately, WIP is not in english).
WIP (on regional forum)
On my youtube channel
Sorry for my bad English[...]
My latest effort. I put in as much extra detail as the model could handle,(not mention me) and the results aren't too bad. It's actually a replica of a flying school aircraft. All of the extras are my stuff. This was a hard little kit to work wi[...]