||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.
|First of the Few. A
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.|
||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 used 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 Cold Morning. A
from the 20's, for a change. This is ICM's 1/72 scale
Polikarpov IL-400, the first Russian monoplane fighter.|
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.
|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.|
|Fleet Defender presents my Revell Sea Hurricane in 1/72 scale aboard HMS Ravager, October 1944.|
|I'm Watching You: a glimpse of modern air warfare, this is the Italeri/Platz MQ-1A Predator in 1/72 scale.|
|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.|
|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.|
|Skyservant: My adventures in hand brushing camouflage with the Revell (ex-Matchbox) Dornier Do-28D in 1/72 scale.|
|Czech Checker: Here is an interesting interpretation of Eduard's 1/72 scale MiG-15 in Czechlovak Air Force livery.|
|Austrian interceptor: The Revell (Hasegawa) Saab J-35 Draken in 1/72 was built almost out of the box.|
| Hunter Days shows my take at the very good Revell 1/72 Hawker Hunter F.6|
|Late Marquee is my rendition of the nice Airfix Spitfire F Mk.22 in 1/72 scale, finished in overall silver.|
is my ICM's Nakajima Type 97 Fighter, the Ki-27 Nate,
built as the mount of the Capt. Toyoki Eto, Chutaichō
with the 77th Sentai, in Burma, 1942. Difficult kit, lots of work. 1/72
|Going civilian for a change, #8
shows the IBG kit of the RWD-8 DWL, the popular Polish trainer as it was at Łódź aeroclub in 1938. 1/72 scale|