Tamiya & Flyhawk
The research into the anti-aircraft guns of the Musashi warship is not clear.
I built this according to the Fly Hawk manual.
Fly Hawk Detail up Set is really really good.
The difficulty of the work is not hig[...]
About a month ago, I finished this 1/700 Fujimi next Yamato kit with Flyhawk’s photo etched.
Both Kit and Etched are very neat but needs lot of time to build.
This weird looking imaginary Camouflage is from a game called World of W[...]
As soon as I heard about this forum, I immediately joined as I always wanted to share this hobby with others. I am currently on a short hiatus in plastic modeling but I wanted to share a couple models that I've made in the past[...]
To saying truth is a very good model, but he does have several mistakes in the structure and many details are absent, many plastruct improvements in the superstructure, generic photoetch from gold medals models, flyhawk, rainbow and lion roar, d[...]
IJN Yamato 1/350 Tamiya Old Tool..this project lasted almost 9 months, it has more than 1900+ parts and many photoetch set
2 set IJN rails from Flyhawk.
1 set IJN ladders from flyhawk.
1 set IJN radial davit and reels from Flyha[...]
Again, built OOB with some additional PE railings, I hated doing these, so doubtful i'll add them to future builds!
Lower hull is "Red Oxide" primer, upper hull and super structure is Grey primer (as i did to all my models in the past, seems to [...]
A diorama with the subject "Getting under way for Operation Ten-Ichi-Go", Yamato's last sortie in the spring of 1945. I made an effort to accurize the ships in order to depict them correctly as they would have been fitted at that time as per the[...]
The Yomata was the follow up of the Yamato-Class battleships. She was launched on the 30, February 1944 and commissioned on the 29 June 1945.
On the 6, of August 1945 she shot down the Enola Gay with her infra red guided AA artillery. She then p[...]
...at least in 1970 it was.
When stationed in Boston, Massachusetts I took a walk to the local hobby shop and purchased this kit. At a whopping' 40" in length, the YAMATO was a handfull as I carried it back to my ship along crowded city sidewa[...]
Here's an inspirational 5-min video showing the construction of Tamiya's new 1/350 battleship Yamato, expertly built and finished by Mr. Guilherme D. Santos from Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.