Copied from the post at Hyperscale:
Wingnut Wings Update
by Dave Wilson
Sad news from New Zealand today indicates Wingnut Wings has been closed down permanently and its assets are to be sold off.
Details are yet to be publicly disclosed but [...]
The AMC DH.9a, said "Ninak", was born out of the necessity to replace the underperforming DH9 essentialy due to inferior performance of its engine (Puma).
The DH.9a was powered by the american Liberty engine (400hp). Shaken from isolationist l[...]
this is my 1:32 scale WingNut Wings RE.8 from the Duellist boxing. Mostly OOB with a few added details, ignition wires out of lead wire and some vent pipes for the fuel tank and of course the bracing wires and control wires out of monofilament.[...]
Well, another of my 'Wingnut Wings' kits leaves the 'stash' and sees the light of day... several still to come, and not to mention the backlog of WW2 Luftwaffe kits!
This is supposed to be a D.Va, but the kit it comes from - the 'Richthofen'-sp[...]
Well, not my best job, but I enjoy to build this model.
My first 1/32, normally I work on 1/72.
A little bit of history from wiki: the Pfalz D.III was a fighter aircraft used by the Luftstreitkräfte (Imperial German Air Service) during the First[...]
May I present my Wingnut Wings 1/32 Se5a "Hisso"
She represents an aircraft flown by 6th Training Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, England, October 1918. I have included a picture of the actual Aircraft.
I don't have to tell everybody how good[...]
Re-box of WnW discontinued DH.2 kit, supplied with markings for Hawkers machine and includes a lovely resin cast of Hawker himself in the box. Fantastic kit, enjoyed every second of the build, from start to finish.
Painted with acrylics and oil[...]
I started this kit over a month ago and it's been a lot of fun, although I must say that I'm getting a little bored with it and really want to start on the 1/32 Tamiya Mosquito that keeps calling to me. But, I have to resist and finish this, fir[...]
Designed by the famed Ernst Heinkel in late 1916, the W-12 was developed as a 2-seat patrol and recon seaplane for the German Imperial Navy and gave excellent account of itself in combat with RNAS patrol craft and airships in the North Sea and [...]