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  1. Hallo This Spitfire is nearly without decals. Just stencils. I used Montex masks for all markings. Happy modelling
  2. This is old kit from 80's, but with rich set of addons First time, cockpit: Seat - resin from Quickboost, panel - pe from Eduard. How to use unused screws from Ikea? -) Fit fuselage panels with putty: Enhanced vertical stabilizer: Almost ready cockpit:
  3. Hallo This is my next Spitfire. A IXc variant. Quite straight from the box. With some use of some etched parts. Some more ahead. I choose Techmod decals, because this colorful option won my heart. Beside this I had a book about the southern theater of operation. Well, next time a Spitfire again! Happy modelling
  4. Hallo This is my last of a serie of 3 Spitfires Mk.I. The kit I knew already and it was a fast enjoying built. Happy modelling
  5. Hallo Here are my trucks and a/c. In 1/35 and 1/48. Happy modelling
  6. Well, some of my production, not all. Maybe you like it. Just one picture each! Happy modelling & stay healthy
  7. Hallo again This here is my third Kfir in 1/48. For cutting extra fine resin parts I use the US-cutter. So I can get out every resin part. For sawing I use japaneses saws, which reduce the volume of chips to 20% of the 100% to normal saws, you are used to have or we comonly buy. The first was an Italeri with a conversation set from Isracast several years ago
  8. Hallo This colorful F-1 is one of my favorite a/c. I saw the original several times. Well, the kit is not so difficult. I can recommend it. Happy modelling
  9. Hallo This is the Gavia kit for the SM-79. In opposition to the Trumpeter kit, the a/c has a better appearance. The build was not easy at all. I did lots of interior by scratch. Not visible here. The open door area inside is quite well equipped. Happy modelling
  10. Hallo This Morane-Saulnier is in 48 scale. I do not remember which producer. Some years ago, I did this cute tiny model. Happy modelling
  11. Hallo Some years ago, this kits ware on sale. I had at this time no clue what a resin kit really is. So, this is my first one! This model is the Do-22 in Abukir, flown from Yugoslavia after the German invasion. The land version I also built. Happy modelling
  12. Hallo Now it is done. I would like to thank you all modelers for the support. Happy modelling
  13. Hallo again The EE Lightning from Sword is a kit, which is not the finest, but good one to advance for a nice model. I built the Lightning already in 1/33 from paper. A long time ago. Now, here I started with getting the main groups of the a/c right done. The wing, very unusual in shape and cross section. Here at the trailing area, where the ailerons are, I had to fill in some styrene, to prevent a remarkable difference, not flush at all. The intake as a group I finished. Here I could do inside all necessary grinding. I will paint the cone, mask it and afterward the rest in
  14. Hallo again This is my 3rd helicopter. After hundreds of aircrafts. I changed basically my modelling for this issue: 1. I use the new Tamiya glue EXTRA THIN. Why? · It works much faster. It glues rapidly! · It does not harm my color. I use Gunze C colors. · I can glue more tiny parts, as with the common Tamiya glue. · I save a lot of CA glue. · In this built only the etched parts are glued with CA. Nothing else! 2. I do not cement all glazing before the helicopter is fully assembled and sprayed. Also the final clear
  15. Hi you all This will become my Kfir C-2. I built it several years ago a C-7with an Italeri kit and a conversion set from Isracast . This was very difficult, to achieve a proper result. This time I build 2 Kfir C-2. The first from AMK and the second from Kinetic. The aftermarket products I bought you may see. Beside this, I have as left over a complete conversion set from Isracast for the C-2 and the fuel tank and pylon set from Isracast. Of course, the book about the Kfir too. My personal linkage to the Kfir is that I had to live with this a/c. Every day over years and months,
  16. Hallo again I will start an F-4E Kurnas in 1/48 from Hasegawa. The kit as shown in the photo. My aircraft will be F-4E Kurnas from Hammer squadron #134. Carrying the Popeye air/surface guided missile with data link pod. The a/c will have Hebrew stenciling. It is from the year 1987/1988. My detail sets are very accurate and I hope that this kit will be despite the age still worth to build. By the way: You get soon access to walk around also from the Kurnas If you built alre
  17. Hallo again This is my He-111 H-6. The kit was Revell. I used aftermarket Aires Cockpit and Eduard etched parts for the bomb bay. Well, I did the KG 54. The a/c has a standard painting. Nothing special. It si an a/c of this particular time. BTW: Flying this a/c is something different. On many occasions the cockpit inside was fogged with condensing water. It was all white! In addition, the pilot had to stand up with the extension of the control column and was acting like a captain on a Vosper! Can you imagine such an obscure situation? The head was protected just with the tiny windshi
  18. Hallo again This is my PM model Alphajet in 1/48. The kit is not easy. However, the aircraft caught my interest, since it was in design when I went to my technical college. It is the first a/c designed 100% on CAD (Computer Aided Design) systems. I had the chance to get ion this a/c and got briefing on it. I also had to chance to fly it on simulator, but I had to notice that I have no skill at a pilot. Happy modelling
  19. Hallo again Here is my Tornado. The kit was Revell. Moreover, from my friend I got a very old kit with Zeppelin tanks. I did the desert pink, because here you can show weathering! I wanted to show a real a/c. It is not 100% accurate, but I was at this time satisfied with it. B.T.W. the engine of the Tornado was at this time the most sophisticated and reliable jet engine of the world. Happy modelling
  20. This has been a bit of a labour of love. In WWII my Grandfather was a navigator with 544 Squadron based at RAF Benson and flew on Mosquito PR Mk.XVIs. I have his logbook so was able to research the missions flown and aircraft serial numbers. This is NS500, an aircraft he flew in on an operational mission covering Flensberg, Berlin and Dresden on 11 April 1945. The aircraft, with a different crew was lost on its next mission on the next day. The model is the Tamiya 1/48th Mosquito B Mk.4 with the CMK PR Mk.XVI conversion, CMK control services, Quickboost mud-guards, Eduard Zoom fret and True D
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