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  1. Here is another Luft 46 project I built back in 2014. It's a Blohm und Voss P.209.02 forward swept wing fighter project by Anigrand Craftswork in 1:144 and in resin. I added some belts in the cockpit, thinned the undercarriage bay doors as much as possible and split them according to references as opposed to what Anigrand seemed to propose. The kit was fully painted and varnished by brush. Thanks for looking Miguel
  2. Here is my 1:144 scale Anigrand Craftswork resin Blohm & Voss P.215 which I built back in 2014. This was an unbuilt German WWII nightfighter project. I added details to the cockpit as this was meant to be a three-seater and the kit only came with two. Apart from scratchbuilding a third seat, I added belts, headrests, a stick for the pilot and some boxes in the rear section. I also thinned the undercarriage doors and added gun barrels from metal rod. The kit was fully painted with brush and only the Vallejo Satin varnish was airbrushed. This scheme came about as a
  3. Here is my Anigrand Craftswork 1:144 resin Kawasaki Ki-108 "Randy" I built back in 2011. It represents one of the prototypes at the Rikugun Koku Shinsa Bu (Army Air Testing Centre), Gifu Factory area, 1944. It's one of the bonus kits of the Kawasaki Ki-91 bomber set. Only four prototypes of this aircraft were built and flown, the second pair being of the improved Kai variant with greater span and length. According to what little references I could find, this kit seems to be a little in between both variants but closer to the first pair. This was a particularly trou
  4. Hi all I hope you’re all keeping well? I thought I’d show you the latest model that has been keeping me amused through lockdown. It’s the Anigrand Craftworks 1/72nd scale Martin 130 Flying Boat. As usual with Anigrand kits it was not an easy build. Paints were from Xtracolor. Best regards to all, Rob
  5. Hello! Here is my Douglas XB-42 Mixmaster prototype bomber resin kit in 1:144 by Anigrand Craftswork which I built after the XB-43 (posted last week) back in 2017. It represents 43-50224, the first prototype which had it's first flight on 6 May 1944. Some minor corrections had to be made and due to damage of the parts, One of the canopies was missing so i had to source one from my spares box and sand it to shape. The kits was fully painted and varnished by brush. Thank you for looking and all comments are welcome Miguel
  6. Hello! Here is my Douglas XB-43 Jetmaster prototype jet bomber resin kit in 1:144 by Anigrand Craftswork. It represents 44-61508, the first prototype, at Muroc Army Air Base, USA, on its first flight on 17 May, 1946. Some minor corrections had to be made and due to damage of the parts, I had to replace the exhaust rings with parts from my spares box. The decals allowed for making the prototype at different moments of its life. I went for the first flight. The wing walkway lines were missing but I didn't have the heart to paint them on. The kits was fully painted and varnish
  7. Hello! Here is my Anigrand Craftswork 1:144 Junkers EF.130 medium jet bomber project which I built back in 2008. It is in fictitious markings of 1./KG6 of the Luftwaffe. This kit was one of the bonus kits with the Horten Ho.XVIII kit, and it was my first all-resin kit build. Apart from the work in cleaning up the parts and getting them to fit, I added a couple of details to the cockpit and thinned the undercarriage doors considerably. The scheme was inspired on a real one I found on a Ju 188 of 1./KG6. The kit was mostly painted by brush with some varnish applied by airbrush.
  8. Hello! Here is my Anigrand Craftswork 1:144 Messerschmitt Me 264 V1 which I built in 2012. It represents RE+EN, the first prototype, at Lechfeld and Memmingen, Germany, in April-July 1944. This resin kit was built mostly OOB just adding the radio mast, wing probe and retraction arms for the main u/c doors. Despite the weight I had put in the forward fuselage, it still ended up a tail-sitter so I glued a rod of clear sprue to the underside to have it sit on its wheels. The kit was completely brush-painted with only the matt varnish being applied by airbrush. Weathering was kept m
  9. Here is Anigrand Craftswork's 1:144 resin kit of the Junkers EF.132 bomber project which I built in 2002. Markings are for a fictitious KG200 machine in the Luftwaffe. It was built mostly OOB with only the guns being replaced by thinner items. The undercarriage doors were thinned. It was all painted by brush except for the matt varnish which was applied with airbrush. Thanks for looking and all comments are welcome Miguel
  10. This is my Tupolev Tu-128 "Fiddler B" Red 01, unit unknown, of the IA-PVO, Russia, USSR, which I built in 2012. It's a 1:144 resin bonus kit of the Tu-22K Blinder-B boxing (one hell of a bonus kit!). Built mostly OOB, correcting the position of the main undercarriage legs and putting the doors as they should be as opposed to what was suggested in the minimal instructions. I added various aerials and lumps from stretched sprue and scrap plastic as well as missing u/c retraction arms or struts. The kit was completely painted and varnished by brush. Thanks for looking and al
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