Reporting live from Telford, one of the undisputed head-turners of this show is this, the forthcoming Wingnut Wings 1/32 Avro Lancaster Mk. I. Also covered on video here:
Let's have a closer look. This is a partially built model constructed o[...]
A few modellers here work with WW1 subjects, and I thought I’d pass along some details of two German firms that produce some very nice aircrews/mechanics in resin.
This first is Kellerkind Minaturen and the figures are 1/32, so if you have Wi[...]
New member here and as a first post I would like to share my latest completed model. It's a Wingnut Wings 1/32 kit of the Albatros D.V accompanied by figures from BlackDog. Not much to say about the kit, it is simply great. Built OOB with some m[...]
These are a few pics of my WingNut Wings Hannover Cl.II 13274/17 'white4' of Schlasta 25 in 1918.
The fuselage and centre section lozenges were painted on the original so, in keeping with the theme, I painted them myself with hand cut masks, (wh[...]
Here are a few pics of my WNW Albatros, recently refurbished.
GasPatch turnbuckles and Spandaus.
Maybe I should have titled this submission "Avon Sabre begets Albatros BII". To explain:
In mid-2016 I travelled to the Australian Model Expo in Melbourne, where highly gifted modeller Eric Galliers unveiled his superb 1/32 scale model of th[...]
Some times ago I've published some images about interiors:
I like airplanes in the early days of flight. The airplanes of the times when it was only aimed at flying were totally different from modern weapons of mass destruction.
I want to make planes of this period steadily from now on.