This is the new Airfix kit built pretty much out of the box with the exception of Classic Airframes decals and Eduard seat belts added. I also had to drill a hole and fabricate an antenna post on the top of the rudder. Odd that this was missing[...]
This is an old kit, the Special Hobby 1/48 that I started to build in 2017 before seeing the first pictures of the future Airfix in the same scale. I chose to continue my model by trying to raise it to the level of the future Airfix. There was e[...]
Well, I am stepping WAY out of my "comfort zone" with this one. I have not built an aircraft model of any kind in many, MANY years. I'll be building this one specifically as a review for IMODELER.
This model arrived safely and with no damag[...]
This is the last part of my Matchbox Walrus MK I. build. The diorama - where an elephant tows a walrus :D - finished so the name "Pachydermia" :).
I made a lot effort into this kit but the ugliness and the same time somehow impressive stance o[...]
The plan - building a Walrus in 1:72 - based on a photo I found in an article and I fell in love with the theme, an elephant tows a Walrus somewhere in Burma (well this is my third plane towing diorama so may something wrong with me :) ). The si[...]
Let's continue the Walrus story. Here are some pcs pictures from the painting and further assembly stages.
The Shagbat is a relatively difficult airplane to build. Every parts have it's own direction - the dihedral is different on the lower an[...]
This is my "happy modelling became heroic modelling" attempt to have another ugly biplane in my collection. I chose the old 1/72 Matchbox/Revell Supermarine Walrus, because I had good memories about this kit from my childhood (and later a restor[...]
I would like to share with you my Father's latest series.
These are the 16 models done all together. We would like to thanks Peter Malone for assisting us on this project. He has share with us a lot of valuable information.
Sorry for not posting before. My father has made the first 4 Walrus of this series.
1) Supermarine Walrus K5782 Sqd 700 - Deckheila, North Africa 1941
2) Supermarine Walrus ZA-W HD874 - Aug 1944: Rec'd 8 Communications Unit[...]
Nice little kit, with fictitious paint job, possibly of that era, that I just had to do.