Into the final stages of the build now, but first I wanted to revisit a comment I made in Part 2 about the side vents at the base of the rotor mast. There have been one or two comments about this and I wanted to clarify an issue.
Step 11 in t[...]
The first part of this review can be found here:
Moving on with the main body of the machine, I'm now finding a few discrepancies - nothing major, but you need your wits about you.
In these photos, you can see that there are a few instruct[...]
Bell UH-1D/H Iroquois (Huey)
Manufacturer: Kitty Hawk
Manufacturer Website: https://www.kittyhawkmodel.com/
The Bell HU-1 Iroquois was developed in the 1950s for the US Army. The "HU" company dev[...]
This is one of my latest builds. Hopefully, I'll have enough time to post more in the upcoming days.
This is the Italeri's tiny 1/72 AB-204 of the Italian Army in the SAR outfit.
There is not much to say about the kit apart from the po[...]
Here comes a build from 2015.
First of all, sorry fro the poor lighting issue with the pics.
Not much to say, but to be honest, the only good things with this particular kit were the box art and the decals.
Never have I seen such poor molding f[...]
1/72 Italeri, I modified and added a few things, finished in Revell, MM and Tamiya enamels with Future over Hawkeye decals.
1/72 Revell, I modified a few things, finished in MM, Humbrol and Tamiya enamels, altered to suit the Fujimi kit decals with Future over all.
1/72 Italeri, my first Iroquois, I added and modified a few things, finished in MM, Humbrol and Tamiya enamels with X22 over kit and Aussie decals.
Just an out of the box build of a Bell UH-1 based on an Army National Guard "Huey." My first attempt at weathering incorporating a combination of pastels and silver colored pencil.
Model built from a scrap of a very old kit!
Many pieces have been replaced and a lot has completed the technique of scratchbuilding (using aluminum cans).
The model has all the movable parts (doors, access, rotors) as the original!
A working t[...]