||The Sheep's Nest. One of my first
the Revell F4U-1D Corsair as it should
look in Vella Lavella in 1942. Published by the late Air and Sea Models magazine in 1999.
as shown to the public at Martlesham
Heath in July/1936. Published by Fine
Modeler magazine in issue Feb/2008.
||War Prize is a very
battered Tamiya Aichi M6A1-K Nanzan in 1/72, as it was found by the
Americans at Kokugijitsusho unit in 1945. This kit was fully riveted
using my home-made riveter.
Last Days of Pan Am
depicts a Boeing 727-200 parked at Miami Intl. Airport circa
1982. The finger, tarmac and accessories were scratchbuilt.
||Ford at War. The
Tamiya F4D Skyray is shown here in 1/72 scale, ready to lunch from USS
Franklin D. Roosevelt during the Mediterranean cruise in 1960. This
model has scratchbuilt deck and catapult gear.
much improved Testors Spirit of St.
Louis in 1/72 scale and the William Bros. Wright Whirlwind J-5 engine
in 1/8 scale.
||Pyccкaя крыса (Russian Rat). The
end I added a new cockpit and many details to bring this model
to a better standard.
|| Dad & Son. The
cold-war missile AGM-86B
1/72 kit from the obscure Projekts Model Co. displayed side by side
with its dad, the Henschel Hs-293, stolen from the Revell Fw-200
||Royal Eagle sports heavy
scratchbuilding work on the 1/72 Revell (ex-Matchbox) Heinkel He-70K in
the Royal Hungarian Air Force livery. This project features
scratchbuililt interior, engine and landing gear.
|| Too little, too late: The
offering in 1/72 scale.
||New breed is a conversion of the
Hobby Boss F-84 in the XF-84, second prototype configuration, in 1/72
||A window do 1968: My first
experience with shadow boxes. A gift to my father in law, representing
an actual 1968 scene.
from the 20's, for a change. This is ICM's 1/72 scale
Polikarpov IL-400, the first Russian monoplane fighter.
Comet roots: This is the DFS-194, the predecessor of the famous Messerschmitt Me-163, from PM models in 1/72 scale.
|Tiger Down: How
in 1/72 scale, upgraded to a better standard. The vignette is based on a real AVG photo.||Fairey Gannet T.Mk.II: This should be a quick project, but ended with lots of self inflicted problems. Trumpeter's kit in 1/72 scale.|
|I'm Watching You: a glimpse of modern air warfare, this is the Italeri/Platz MQ-1A Predator in 1/72 scale.||Fleet Defender presents my Revell Sea Hurricane in 1/72 scale aboard HMS Ravager, October 1944.|
|The Rain Before the Storm: Tamiya 1/72 Messerschmitt Bf-109E is the simplicity in itself. Here is my interpretation of Major Hans Assi Hahn's mount in October 1939.||Стрелять на поражение (Shoot to kill): Any collection of Soviet interceptors must have a Sukhoi Su-15. This one is the Trumpeter's kit in 1/72 scale.|
|Czech Checker: Here is an interesting interpretation of Eduard's 1/72 scale MiG-15 in Czechlovak Air Force livery.||Skyservant: My adventures in hand brushing camouflage with the Revell (ex-Matchbox) Dornier Do-28D in 1/72 scale.|
| Hunter Days shows my take at the very good Revell 1/72 Hawker Hunter F.6||Austrian interceptor: The Revell (Hasegawa) Saab J-35 Draken in 1/72 was built almost out of the box.|
|Late Markee is my rendition of the nice Airfix Spitfire F Mk.22 in 1/72 scale, finished in overall silver.|