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  1. Like the Iraqi Su-7 this was built in 2016 too. Trumpeter kit with Aztec decals, initially wanted to use the Pavla SK-1 seat but it didn´t fit well (was also too short) so my dad used the kit seat, only stole the seatbelts from an Eduard kit. Added the missing IFF antenna on the belly with plastic rods. Camo done with Tamiya XF-55 Deck Tan and XF-58 Olive Green, underside colour was an older selfmix. Couldn´t exactly tell which colour the cockpit had. Decided for the colourful turquoise, mixed 50:50 with Gunze H25 Sky Blue and H46 Emerald Green. Build thread here https://www.britmo
  2. Another latin girl from 2016 now presented in my new style. Hasegawa F4U-5N kit, Aztec decals, True Details cockpit, Gunze and Tamiya acrylics, EZ Line for brake lines and antenna wire, the "T" antenna on the belly was taken from the ancient Hasegawa F4U-4 kit. The model shows one of the dayfighter Corsairs that were involved in the Argentinean Navy revolution attempt in 1963 when they defended their base against the army. The last Argentinean Corsairs were retired in 1965. DSC_0001 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0002 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr
  3. So, here are the last two refreshed latinas from 2016. FAS Corsair: Tamiya kit with Aztec decals, Tamiya and Gunze paints, EZ Line for brake lines, plastic rod for antenna. According to fellow Hyperscaler/Britmodeller Marco, the wheel wells and landing gear were also painted in camo. Got that info too late so my dad kept them the way they were. The model shows one of the five El Salvadorian Corsairs that took part in the 100 Hours War or Soccer War between El Salvador and Honduras from 14th to 18th July 1969, the last time Corsairs went into battle. FAH Corsair: Hasegawa kit with
  4. Already shown this in 2016 but from time to time I take new pics of older kits (formerly photographed with white light tent) with new background, lights and camera, hope you don´t mind The FAG used Mustangs for anti-guerilla fighting in the 60ies and early 70ies before the a/c were succeeded by the A-37 Dragonfly. Hasegawa kit, Aztec decals, Mk.82 bombs from a Hasegawa weapon set, Gunze and Tamiya acrylics used. DSC_0001 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0002 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0003 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_0004 by gr
  5. #21/2019 After a shiny Mexican T-Bolt, my dad now finished another shiny Mexican. He had to fight with some fit issues but in the end it turned out nice. He used the limited Eduard edition of the Accurate Miniatures kit with Aztec Decals. For the main colours he used MRP White Aluminium and Neutral Grey and an older selfmixed olive. EZ line for the antenna wires. Build thread here https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235056655-aztec-warrior148-douglas-a-24-banshee-fuerza-aerea-mexicana/ DSC_0001 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr DSC_00
  6. All good things come in three, so, after the P-47 and besides the Vampire my dad started a final Mexican silverbird, using Eduard´s limited version of the AM SBD-5 kit. DSC_0004 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr and once again with Aztec decals DSC_0005 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr started with the instrument board, no decals provided, only PE parts DSC_0006 by grimreaper110, auf Flickr
  7. To accompany the Mexican P-47, my dad also builds a shiny Mexican Vampire, using the old Hobbycraft kit, decals partly will come from the kit (if they still work) and from Aztec. DSC_0010 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr DSC_0011 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr DSC_0012 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr
  8. Besides the Uruquay Hellcat, my dad continues the Latinamerican theme with a Mexican T-bolt, using the excellent Tamiya kit and decals from Aztec. DSC_0008 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr DSC_0009 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr cockpit almost done, seatbelts from Eduard DSC_0006 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr DSC_0007 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr
  9. Colombian Airforce KFIR C10 - upgrade - the brand new AMK upgraded Kfir (one week delivery from Hobbyeasy!! ) kit forms the basis, Wingman Models conversion kit the necessary ingredient, and HPM produced Derby missile and Skunkworks (Kinetic ) Spice bomb, Eduard Brassin GBU-49, some Eduard PE Academy Liteting pod, Academy PhytonV, ..... and ... quite a lot, build during the Britmodeller 10th anniversary GB earlier this year! some canard colleagues: and a neighbour: hope you like it!
  10. HI everybody, First of all, 10 years BM! That is to be celebrated! Thanks everybody for participating that intensly in the arguably best scale modelling forum! Therefor an appropriate kit, wants to get build as already announced in the discussion section, I am going to try my luck on a Kfir C10 conversion! the brand new AMK upgraded Kfir (one week delivery from Hobbyeasy!! ) kit forms the basis, Wingman Models conversion kit the necessary ingredient, and HPM produced Derby missile and Skunkworks (Kinetic ) PhytonV and Spice bomb so this is what I
  11. #24/2017 My dad is not a real chopper fan, but he decided to do two iconic helicopters. First up a Hind in Cuban colours. IMO still the meanest combat helicopter with the most "fear factor". Used a Revell USA kit edition with Aztec decals, some PE parts from the Polish company PART for the cockpit. Regarding that the kit molds are about 30 years old the model didn´t turn out so bad. Nevertheless it would be about time for a up-to-date new Hind kit family. Build thread here: DSC_0001 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr DSC_0001 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf
  12. #28/2016 Corsario numero uno terminado. Tamiya kit with Aztec decals, Tamiya and Gunze paints, EZ Line for brake lines, plastic rod for antenna. According to fellow Hyperscaler/Britmodeller Marco, the wheel wells and landing gear were also painted in camo. Got that info to late so my dad kept them the way they were. The model shows one of the five El Salvadorian Corsairs that took part in the 100 Hours War or Soccer War between El Salvador and Honduras from 14th to 18th July 1969, the last time Corsairs went into battle.
  13. #31/2016 My dad has finished his next Latin American project. This time one of the Mustangs the FAG used for anti-guerilla fighting in the 60ies and early 70ies before the a/c were succeeded by the A-37 Dragonfly. Hasegawa kit, Aztec decals, Mk.82 bombs from a Hasegawa weapon set, Gunze and Tamiya acrylics used.
  14. #32/2016 Finally the Latin American Corsario trio is finished. Hasegawa F4U-5N kit, Aztec decals, True Details cockpit Gunze and Tamiya acrylics, EZ Line for brake lines and antenna wire, the "T" antenna on the belly was taken from the ancient Hasegawa F4U-4 kit. The model shows one of the dayfighter Corsairs that were involved in the Argentinean Navy revolution attempt in 1963 when they defended their base against the army. The last Argentinean Corsairs were retired in 1965. DSC_0001 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf Flickr DSC_0002 by Reinhard Spreitzhofer, auf F
  15. Well, the Honduran Corsair closes to finish, so my dad started the next project, the third and last Corsair for this year, a grey Argentinean Corsair that took part in the Navy revolt in 1963 when the Argentinean Navy fought against their army and airforce. Like with the FAH Corsair my dad uses the Hasegawa nightfighter kit and Aztec decals. Because the Hasegawa cockpit is rather simple, this time spent some money on the True Details cockpit
  16. Next South AMerica project by my dad, an F-51D that served with the Fuerza Aerea Guatemalteca in a COIN role in the 60ies, early 70ies Using the Hasegawa kit with Aztec decals
  17. #30/2016 Corsario numero dos terminado. After the FAS Corsair my dad has finished the opposing Corsair too. Hasegawa kit with Aztec decals, seatbelts added, scratchbuild parts for the armament switches on top of the instrument board, brake lines and antenna wire with EZ Line. The kit includes a 1000lb bomb but the biggest ones the FAH had were 500lb bombs. This one, together with the smaller clamps were taken from a Hasegawa P-51 kit. The "T" antenna on the rear belly was taken from Hasegawa´s ancient F4U-4 kit. Painted with Gunze H54 Navy Blue. The flags were painted too, only the
  18. #27/2016 So, here´s the first finished model for our Yom Kippur collection. Trumpeter kit with Aztec decals, initially wanted to use the Pavla SK-1 seat but it didn´t fit well (was also too short) so my dad used the kit seat, only stole the seatbelts from an Eduard kit. Added the missing IFF antenna on the belly with plastic rods. Camo done with Tamiya XF-55 Deck Tan and XF-58 Olice Green, underside colour was an older selfmix. Couldn´t exactly tell which colour the cockpit had. Decided for the colourful turquoise, mixed 50:50 with Gunze H25 Sky Blue and H46 Emerald Green. The model s
  19. SO my dear Wife bought me, for my birthday, a wonderful Aztec airbrush set for which I am eternally appreciative... However, after a bit of research I have not been able to find out what all the nozzles shown in the image/image link are for. Not wanting to use something that someone else may be able to make better use of I've held off spraying with each nozzle to find what it does, so if anyone can enlighten me as to which nozzle does what, that would be great. Cheers Guys, James.
  20. Avantgarde Model kits AMK Kfir C2 the new and very comprehensive Kfir decals sheets " Dazzling Kings I & II" with lots of stencils in English, Spanisch, etc, to build nearly any Kfir that is not operated by the Israeli AF/DF It will be a Sri Lankan Air Force (SLAF) C2 with very spartan markings with the Pre 2008? roundels Interestingly SLAF Kfirs are equiped with the newer (MK10?) ejection seat (according to all pics I found on the net) which cockpit would the informed one use in this Kfir? the C2 or the C7 version? These kfirs seem to be a hybrid... :~ now the AMK kit: http
  21. My first ever starship. I am more into painting figures than building the kit but I absolutely love Star Trek and couldn't resist this kit. I lookf forward to your constructive criticism and comments. I painstakingly masked the kit for the aztec design. I think the shade of white used was too white, and the grey was too dark. It has made a strong contrast for the pattern which makes it quite interesting. I considered lighting the Enterprise but decided this was a little too ambitious for such an amature.
  22. Aztec Decals - All Castro's MIGs - Cuban Raiders Aztec Models - 1:48 & 1:72 The Cuban revolution of 26th July 1953 finally ousted President Batista in January 1959 replacing his regime with Fidel Castro's revolutionary government. This was later reformed into a communist style of government, with the Cuban communist party become a reality in 1965. As the Cuban regieme became a communist one they allied with the Soviet Union, they then became the source of military equipement for the Cubans. For aircraft this meant MiG's and more MiG's! Deliveries begining after Raul Castro visited
  23. War for the Malvinas / Falklands Part 1 Decals Aztec Models - 1:48 & 1:72 Following a long standing dispute over the sovereignty of the Malvinas / Falkland Islands, war officially broke out 30 years ago on 2nd April 1982 when Argentine forces invaded the Islands. In response the British sent a task force to counter the invasion and fight to recapture the territory. The battle that followed was a challenge for both sides. For the British, the challenge was deploying a force so far from home with limited land platforms to supply the effort. For the Argentineans, despite oc
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