This is my Rareplane vacform DH Devon I built a couple of years ago.
This is the Gene Hooker vacform model of the Vickers Vanguard
So why is it the Czechs make such good plastic models?
For those who don't know the answer to that question, the reason why, in the past 24 years since the overthrow of communism and the end of the Cold War, Czech-based companies have come to [...]
The Avro Shackleton is one of my favourite post-war RAF aircraft, and the AEW2 version with its big radome makes for a very interesting looking aircraft.
This 'Growler' has been completely overlooked by the 'mainstream' injection manufacturers,[...]
This was a huge undertaking, in both the challenge it provided and the sheer size of this kit.
An ID Models vacform, this model provided the absolute basics such as the fuselage shell, wings and stabilisers. No interior was provided, so the who[...]
This was a year long project and started life as a very basic vacform (the old ID Models' kit now marketed as Tigger Models) and involved a great deal of scratch building.
Kits such as these come as a blank canvas - the shell of the main struct[...]
The Falcon Seahawk first came out in around 1988-89. This was done in 2003, using decals scaled up on an ALPS printer by a friend to do the seabird squadron marking of 899 Squadron with other decals from the dungeon. The kit itself is not easy[...]
This was done about 2004. The Falcon 1/48 F.R. XVIII vacuform. Still the most accurate Spitfire XIV/XVIII in 1/48. I used a resin cockpit (something I had, nobody can really tell the detail differences between Spitfire cockpits in 1/48 scale [...]