Still adding details to this build, before calling this finished. But thought I'd showed it, seeing that it was close to finish. Yep! Another anti-gravity vehicle. I can't seem to get enough. I tend to want to turn everything in to a floating su[...]
This diorama represents a Russian JS-3 that is protecting a factory in Siberia,1946. The Germans have taken most of Russia. The field modifications of screen armor and steel plate protection of the intakes were done to improve survivabilit[...]
First attempt of "What if..." model kit. Just pure imagination.
What if from miscellaneous parts, wood and a gun from monkey box, build 2 years ago
How to use up your old car and bike decals...
Buy the cheapest 1/72 kit from your local shop, then put your own stamp on it.
This is the NASA X-29 air racer! Based on the legend of the Sauber Mercedes silver arrows.
Maybe this could be a future[...]
First of all, I need to say that this is a "what if" build. There are two reasons for that: Trumpeter and Trumpeter. First reason is that model has a lot of issues with an accuracy, clearly visible if you're comparing with photos. Usually I don'[...]
So i had an old F1 and in mind some kind of hovering or antigravity futuristic F1.
Wheels are replaced with some gravity defying disks like those on the hoverboard in Back to the Future
or the Matrix hover ship.
Piaggio started in the aeronautics field in 1915. As with most Italians, racing was in the blood. The 1920s served as an important time in the company's history when, Piaggio Aero brought on Giovanni Pegna and Giuseppe Gabrielli, two aeronautic[...]
This little Spitfire was purchased at the end of WWII by co-owners Horace Hopkins and Copper W. Danielson (C.W.) , and flew out of the Bernard airport in Beaverton Oregon. Originally used as a motion picture prop is was soon modified to compete [...]
Follow up from my previous post. Some modifications to make her serve at Top Gun.