Modelling biplanes scares me but when my wife asked me to build one, and it turns out there’s a bit of a story behind the one she chose, how could I refuse…?
After the VLR P-51 I felt like doing something quick and easy. Here’s my Hasegawa Ki44-II as a straight up modelling piece.
This piece is an addendum to the article on S/Ldr E. M. “Imshi” Mason, DFC; Otto Shultz was Mason’s victor, along with three others.
Ever since I first saw a picture of the “crazy paving” camouflaged 109’s of JG 54 I’ve wanted to make one. After many a year of procrastination, here it is…
How a model I began a decade ago was rescued from overseas storage to become a JG(K)27 Bf 109G-10
This one is one of my favourite paint jobs. I don’t have a lot of interest in WW1 subjects, I took this one on simply to see if I could get a decent result in painting it.
I decided to tackle the Dragon kit for a couple of reasons; the first that the kit looked interesting and secondly, because I wanted to have a go at a free-handed paint scheme.