This is my first writing on this site so I decided to show my first build in 30 years of not building a kit...build it for a FB Revell GB that ended this past April, 2020. It was fun, I tried to make this old dog do some new tricks. This is the [...]
Amtech P-40L-5 of the 79th Fighter Group in Mediterranean Theater markings ca late 1943, most likely in Sicily. I like the USAAF aircraft in the RAF-style camo (Dark Earth, Midstone, Azure), and British fin flash obscuring the serial number. I[...]
We entered the last week of 2020 and I do not have any models that I will complete in this period. So I thought that it is the time to post my models completed in 2020. This year was very bizarre (Covid and its effects). But, des[...]
Thought it was time for Tommy's TomaHawk/WarHawk factory to gear up production again. Also because we all seem to have plenty of time here in Ohio for building kits. Took this old AMT kit and added an aftermarket seat, exhause stacks and wheels [...]
This was a 1/32 scale "Revell" P-40E kit. I did something unusual by placing several hand made parts together then taking the photos. This was done because it cost money for film, film developing, postage. I had spent more than USD$400.00 so fa[...]
Happy new year to all (with a little delay)
Here are my builds completed in 2019. I can say that I am more productive than the previous year. I hope this happens in 2020 too.
1- 1/32 Hasegawa Junkers Ju-87D5
2- 1/48 ProModele[...]
And another one finshed.
Hasegawa kit with Authentic Decals, AK Real Color AMT-7 and AMT-11, EZ Line for antenna wires and brake lines, Eduard seatbelts
The model shows an aircraft of the 760th fighter regiment, 261st composite division in Kare[...]
This is 1/32 Hasegawa P-40K Warhawk with the markings of “Miss Wanna II” from 25th FS 51st FG (Summer 1943) .
Cockpit Modified by Eduard interior set
Painting was done with Gunze Sangyo acrylics
Decals are from Superscale decal set #320261
Here's my rendition of the mythical Curtiss P-40 Warhawk, realised one year ago. It is the "N" version from Hasegawa, and I had some minor issues with fitting, especially the rear part of the fuselage (due to the engineering choosen by Hasegawa [...]
American Volunteer Group squadron flight leader Robert 'R. T (“for tadpole”) Smith standing next to his P-40 Warhawk fighter, Kunming, China, 23 May 1942.
Smith resigned his commission as a second lieutenant in 1941 in order to join Colonel [...]