Hms Exeter..1/350 Trumpeter...5 months work in the final stage...only missing ties and rigging....and it is finished...
Hello again from Viet Nam ! It’s been awhile:))
Trumpeter F-14B in 1/32 scale is nothing but trouble, yes the details is nice enough if you will to ignore all glaring shape issues, fit issues and those rivet.
I've used ejection seats from Qu[...]
A nice 1/700 Trumpeter kit complete with White Ensign Models photo-etched parts. The main armament is from RB Models, the secondary is made with brass tubes and the 40mm mounts are from Lion Roar. Several small improvements have also been made i[...]
To know a little about the history of this plane and its famous pilot, see my previous article:
Following my build of Neil Armstrong's Panther in 1:72, and in which I showed a letter he wrote to his father during the Korean War, I was ki[...]
Hi guys, here is my
Trumpeter, Mig-15 in 1/48 scale.
An excellent kit with very good fit and details.
I wanted to represent Alabama in a landscape similar to the one that exists in Ko Tapu (Thailand). The kit is from Trumpeter in 1/700 with various generic photo-etched parts and Aber main guns as well as various upgrades to secondary and anti-ai[...]
A nice kit to build. It has several sheets with photoetched to complete the model. Perhaps the most complicated is the small pieces that detail the deck lights. I have made some small improvements to the main mast and the boats. I have followed [...]
The build is a MIG29SMT built into an Indian Air Force MIG29UPG taking off on a Wet Runway with Glowing Afterburners.
The kit used is a Trumpeter MIG29SMT in 1/72 size.
Most of the work done was on making the Flame look re[...]
The second kit I've got to share today is Trumpeter's A-37B Dragonfly, or Super Tweet as it is often called. I love the look of this plane, not only because of it's form, but also because despite it's diminutive size, it was all business.
This was my fastest build so far. It took me about 5 hours to build. It is also my first 1/72 scale tank.