The WW1 Channel at iModeler

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Albatros B.II 1/32

Some times ago I've published some images about interiors: http://imodeler.com/2018/05/albatros-b-ii/

Whippet Mk.A tank

Finally, I was able to finish this Meng tank, a straightforward build, MrPaint paint, Ammo/Mig various pigments and washes. Happy to see it amongst other tanks in the Alba Iulia Contest "Carolina Cup" 2018.

Fokker E II

Eduard 1/48

Phonix D.I Kriegsmarine Puly 1918

Wing Nut Wings (WNW): 1/32 Bristol F.2B Fighter

Despite being in awe of the WW1 fighters I had stayed away from building them for many years due to the lack of decent kits in my preferred scale of 1/32, as well as, the inherent challenges of the breed. Then I heard of this fantastic, at the [...]

1/48 Aviatik Berg D.1

1/48 Sierra Scale Models Aviatik Berg D.1, markings for Frank Linke-Crawford. Lozenge decals by Americal-Gryphon. I did this one a long time ago. My first successful vac form kit (in my opinion). It was also my first attempt at spoke wheels[...]

1/48 Eduard Pfalz D-III

The most unlucky kit! 1/48 Eduard Pfalz D-III with decals from the Glencoe kit. While building this one, the control stick broke at least three or four times. The decals shattered and I had to buy another kit to get a complete set (though if[...]

RAF Museum, Hendon, LONDON – part one

Raining all day here in London so I paid a visit to the RAF Museum, which has something of a visit to an old friend about it. This post focuses on WW1 for those Wing nuts out there. I've highlighted some of my favourites with some random photos [...]

Aviatik-Berg D.I – Flashback 1:48

Hi All! It's been a while I post anything but the summer is hot and modeling time limited when You really want to go to the beach or pub garden :). This is a contract work for the newly establishing aircraft history museum in Szolnok. They orde[...]

In the belly of the whale

I'd intended to build this Airfix 1/72 LFG Roland C-II Walfisch (whale) with minimal upgrading, but with only giant pegs and a blobby aircrew in the cockpit (not surprising for a 1965 tooling) the interior needed a bit of help. Referring to the[...]