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  1. I think it's time I dipped my toes into this STGB, stop procrastinating like an old mother hen and build one of my three stashed 1/72 Lancaster kits. All this good Lanc GB chatter has whetted my appetite to build one, and it's an opportunity to tick off another one of those modelling 'Bucket List' items that's been inside my head for ages. Now I cannot recall how old I was when I first read about Bomber Commands plans to send a force of Lancasters (Lincolns) across the Pacific to continue the war against Japan. I also recall feeling slightly disappointed when I continued reading and found out
  2. On 9 November 1950 Lt Cdr William T Amen, CO of VF-111 Sundowners, flying an aircraft from sister squadron VF-112 from USS Philippine Sea was leading a target CAP escorting Corsairs and Sky Raiders attacking the Sinuiji Bridges when they were attacked by a number of Mig 15s from the 139 Guards Fighter Regiment. In the course of the ensuing dog fight, Lt Cdr Amen fired at the Mig of Capt Mikhail Gratchev that subsequently dived vertically into the ground and exploded. This has since been confirmed as the first victory in jet vs jet combat, a feat originally credited to USAF F-80 pilot Lt Russ
  3. Good Morning everyone I had this Hasegawa Tomcat with the livery of the VF-41 (Fast Eagle 107 - Fujimi decal for Su-22 killer) made in 2001-2002 , ruined by the matt coat then abandoned to its fate .. A couple of years ago I decided to remove the paint and repaint it better. For a period I continued the restoration of this tomcat in parallel with the construction of another one In these days of prohibition to leave the house I finally managed to finish the wor
  4. Hi, After picking up the hobby again in 2017, this felt like a much needed rite of passage: building the one kit I drooled upon as a kid. I'm happy with the result of this first try, even though I could have worked better on the front joint and tried some oil weathering before I decided to wrap it up. I managed to snag a few of the 90s boxings since, so this won't be the last cat on my shelves, I just had to leave myself some room for improvement . Hasegawa Atlantic fleet boxing with quickboost seats. Painted with Mr Color. Decals are a mix of the box and a
  5. Hi All, So December 1st is here in New Zealand (approx 1137 hours at time of starting this thread). My build is of an RNZAF P3B Orion pre Kestral and FLIR days This kit has been in my collection for eons, I made a start years ago but never got around to completing it - mostly because of the dearth of proper accessible markings As you can see the box is old and a bit battered Parts started long ago My love for the P3 Orion as in the Short Sunderland was passed onto me by my Dad who served with both in RNZ
  6. The second finish of 2019: Hasegawa's near thirty year old 190 D? : Kit was bought at the Telford 2018 kitswap for £7 with frazzled decals and old style Eduard masks. Skys decals were used along with Mr Paint/Mr Color paints - main markings were masked and sprayed to avoid silvering issues. Some artistic license was used for the camo as the colours were a bit garish at first, but its done and in the cabinet, not my best but good practice nonetheless. The Hasegawa kit is an absolute honey, beautiful fit, thoughtfully engineered and lovely subtle detailing , if you have one in the stash, do you
  7. Prelude - In Australia, we celebrate Fathers day on the first Sunday of September. This happy day occurred last weekend and as part of my early morning gifts my two lovely children were good enough to get me a copy of Michael Vietch's "44 Days" and yet another sheet from my favourite decal manufacturer - DK decals. This sheet (72049) covers 29 examples of early P-40E Kittyhawks in RAAF service, many of which participated in the early battles against the Japanese during WW2. Hopefully this will be the first of at least two Pacific War GB entries. I will base this build
  8. Good evening For this Gb I will build the Hasegawa CF104 in the markings of an aircraft of the Royal Canadian Air Force based in Marville France in 1965 I will use the Belcher Bits decals sheet , a PE Eduard set , a Master pitot tube eand a Quickboost resin seat Some books The box art The sprues The decals I started today by placing the Eduard Instrument panel I also painted the landing gear the wheels .. Patrice
  9. Joining you with this Hasegawa kit. Very reminiscent of an Esci 1/48 Kfir that I built whilst at school. It's those triangular recognition panels. Costing me $4 at Yeovilton Model Show in 2011. Might be a slowish start, I'm busy with MiB projects.
  10. Hi ! Here's my latest build (started almost 8 years ago ) , the old Hasegawa Mirage F1c converted to a SAAF AZ. Rescribed, riveted and with some scratched parts. Most of the decals were home printed. The WIP here : http://www.cartula.ro/forum/topic/4700-mirajuri-sud-africane/
  11. hi, some photos of a model particularly dear to me ... broken during a convention and repaired I hope you like it ciao Silvano old model and repaired WIP is Here https://www.flickr.com/photos/92879412@N06/albums/72157632748756374 ciao ciao...
  12. Bit of a rush job this one. Paint scheme is more challenging first appears. Used wash over a satin coat instead of a gloos coat so got a lot dirtier finish than i wanted. Varnish reacted with the paint in places as well. Think this was a kit i built just to get an "easy" build out of my system. Thanks for looking. Cheers!
  13. Hi all, Hasegawas little Sea Harrier with ModelDecal Set no. 65. Brian.
  14. Morning all, Another "Stealth" this one Hasegawas 1/72 built from the box using Humbrol Gloss Black Enamel. The last two photos are a 48th & 32nd "Stealth" Brian.
  15. Hi all, Hasegawas ageing CF-18 sitting alongside the CF-5. Built out of the box and painted with enamels.
  16. This will be the hasegawa tooling of the FM-1 in the guise of JV579 scheme which is currently being worn by The Fighter Collections Wildcat FM2.
  17. Hello, Here you are my last built, this is the Hasegawa B26 C MARAUDER in french marking in 1945. I used super metallic gunze paint and decals from PT DECALS I hope you will like it You can see more on my web site http://aviapassionmaquette.free.fr/Aviapassion%20Maquette%20montage%20B26%20MARAUDER.html @bientôt Thierry
  18. Hi All, a quick build between GBs. You can argue about the SCW colours all you want, there are all sorts of discussions about RLM63, but this is how I did it for a Condor Legion 109E from 2.J/88 in 1939. Kit: Hasegawa 1/72 Bf109E acquired at the Huddersfield show for £2:50 Decals: Exact-a-cal acquired from ebay for £2:20 (1968 vintage!) Uppers: Tamiya Sky Grey Lowers: Lifecolor RLM65 Other colours: Vallejo model colour and model air, xtracrylix, Tamiya, Humbrol metalcote. Final finish: W&N satin varnish Additions: Tamiya tape belts with scratched fine wire buckles, Revi guns
  19. Hi all, Hasegawa's twin seat Jaguar T2 from RAF Lossiemouth. Brian.
  20. Hi All, Japans copy of the Jaguar.. Brian
  21. This is the Hasegawa 1/72 EE Lightning. It was initially bought so I could use the parts for another project but one rainy day I decided to throw it together to use as a test piece for Alclad paints. After a not too impressive test it sat on the shelf of doom for several years and I did go to throw it out but the lack of Lightnings in my display case made me pick it up again. It is painted with various shades of Alclad but the finish isn't the best, lessons learned for next time though. The decals are from the Model Alliance EE Lightning sheet 3 (the roundels look a bit odd to me and too low
  22. As per usual,straight from the box, brush painted using Humbrol enamels. Paint scheme taken from a picture found on the net. Didn't have all the paints for the three tone scheme, so this one was chosen instead. Original decals from Hasegawa were dried up very badly, so the decal bank was used again. Star of Davids from a Airfix Phantom, warning markers come from an Airfix Mirage kit and insignia from God knows, they were just there. Altogether a nice build, with an Italeri Kfir in the stash and all paints in the drawers, so it will be partnered up soon with a three tone version.
  23. Chilean Dragonfly, built from the box, bit of a pig but nonetheless, here it is. Not really happy with how it turned out, it was a pain to finish for some reason. Decals are Microscale, they went on well, but could do with a matt varnish to tone them down a bit. With thanks to Panzer Paulo and Radleigh for their help on colours. Painted by brush and using Humbrol enamels as per usual. Also forgot to put weight in the nose All comments welcome as usual Sean
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