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  1. Well seeing as I'm co-hosting I thought it was about time that I revealed what I will be building for this GB. Now those of you who have seen my builds in the past will know that I like to build things in markings that are a little out of the ordinary and have an interest in things flown in smaller conflicts from around the World and as such I voted for the Small Wars GB which unfortunately didn't get picked this time around so I thought I would use this opportunity to show why I like the subject and hopefully garner some support if it comes up for voting again, and also to point some of you in the direction of the Latin American GB which could really use some more support in the Group Build Chat section, go on you know you want to! Anyway to the build. I will be using the venerable Hasegawa 1/48 F4U-5N boxing which is still the best 1/48 kit for anything from the F4U-5 onwards and I will be using a decal sheet from FCM to produce an F4U-5 NL that was used by the Argentine Naval Aviation in the 1963 Navy Revolt which saw them used to attack armored forces of the Army as they advanced on the Navy base at Punta Indio causing quite a bit of damage. An interesting fact is that they were used in conjunction with the Navy's Grumman Panthers, which would also make a nice topic to build. The revolt got absolutely nowhere but cost the Navy dearly as a lot of their aircraft were destroyed on the ground by the Air Force. Onto the box and it's contents, here are the usual box and contents shots starting with the box top; And the contents; And the decal sheet by FCM, currently taped to a window to increase it's whiteness; And a look at what she will look like, hopefully! So there we have it, a build which covers 3 GB's, Corsair, Small Wars and Latin America and will hopefully get a little support for the other two. Thanks for looking in and all criticism and advice is always welcome. Craig.
  2. Hiyas, Back with another freehand cammo, this time it is an Asia Minor scheme on an Imperial Iranian Sabre. When I saw that High Decal was releasing decals for a cammo Sabre I just had to do it! Converted a japanese Sabre with the long wings and dropped the slats with a set from Kasl other than that I threw in a cockpit from Aires and wheel wells from CMK. Here's some pics Cheers!
  3. Here is my start at the old Hasegawa F4U-4 Corsair. It will be done as a Korean War plane with rocket stubs but I may not use rockets as I have none. I will be ordering PE seat belts as it looks sparse in the office. So far In have the cockpit assembled and painted along with the engine.---John
  4. Now for a dirty build, really dirty! After 9 years on The Shelf of Doom, when I ran out of mojo, it got ressurected when I felt the need for a dirty TPS scheme Anyways a straightforward build, a bit old gawa model but it went together nicely only issue I had was really all the open doors everywhere...I don´t like open doors. Some aftermarket found their way into it, Aires pit, reskit wheels, Airdoc decals, verlinden bombs, eduard masks and some scratching. I went for VA-37 "Bulls" and loiaded it up to the teeth! Here are the dirty pics...enjoy! Cheers!
  5. Here's my 1/48 A-4C, built for the In The Navy group build. Build thread is here: https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235072127-a-pair-of-skyhawks/ It's finished as BuNo 147781 of VX-5 in 1965, using Two Bobs decals. This Skyhawk was used by the Naval Air Test Center at China Lake for weapons testing so it needed something under a wing - I found a photo of it carrying an orange and black AGM-62 Walleye so used a Daco resin Walleye. Unfortunately the same photo revealed one error in my model - it didn't have a refuelling probe. I also got the alignment of the 'China Lake' decals on the fin wrong, which I realised too late to fix! thanks for looking Julian
  6. With Phase Hanger Fuel tank and seat, AOA decals
  7. Nakajima Ki 43-I Hayabusa (Oscar) Hasegawa 1/48 This is my second project in the Pacific group build. First thing to say about this project is this wasn’t the original scheme I was going to do. I had a problem with the decals that weren’t working for me at all. I changed to the second scheme in the kit which is a Burma plane from what I can see. I checked the pilot’s operation theatre. As a result of the change and time being short in the group build I left the lower paint colour as it was. In theory it should be bare metal. I painted all the bands as I wasn’t going to risk messing the decals up again. The red makings are decals. I was going to do it as a clean build. However, I stuffed up the chipping by adding too much. It looked good from the direction I was working, but when I looked at it from a different direction a lot more showed up and wasn’t looking good. The same thing happened on my Zero. That is why it has too much chipping on the side of the cockpit. I was lucky with the Oscar because I had forgotten to add the black walkway panel decal. After I added that it looked better. Anyway this is why I went further with the weathering. The kit went together well all though I did have to use some filling because of my less than perfect building work. I had to do some last minute corrections because of hurrying the build in the end. So here it is, done. Have a look at the Pacific group build it ends today. There's some nice models there. I thought I would add one more image. The sight in this image has been corrected as you can see in the other two images.
  8. Here's my latest build based on the 1/48 Hasegawa F-4EJ. Quite a lot of work was carried out on improving the surface detail. Aires seats were added and plastic card was used to enhance the cockpit. MRP paints were used throughout.
  9. Hi all, Here are a a few shots of my just completed Sea King. It represents a CH-124A from 443 Maritime Helicopter Squadron, while deployed on HMCS Iroquois, as part of STANAVFORLANT (Standing Naval Force Atlantic) at the East India Dock, London England in November of 1999. Some of the mods listed below are necessary to correctly model a Canadian Sea King, while some are just the usual stuff done. Cockpit - kit seats replaced with Quickboost resin seats - centre console modified to correctly depict Canadian style without CRT screen - auxiliary instrument panel console added to coaming Fuselage - scratchbuilt infra-red jammer mount added to tail rotor shaft housing - GPS made from styrene and added to tail shaft housing - scratchbuilt FLIR mount added to nose - central fuel filler port filled in - scratchbuilt cabin heater air intake - port and starboard windows above sponsons filled in - scratchbuilt Beartrap haul-down system track guide added - UHF blade antenna added to bottom of fuselage - APR-39 RWR blade antenna added to bottom of fuselage - scratchbuilt Doppler antenna added to bottom of fuselage - horseshoe shaped antennae added to both sides of cockpit - Belcher Bits resin radome added - scratchbuilt directional stability strake added to rear fuselage - Belcher bits resin CPI added - scratchbuilt laser warning receivers installed on windshield - landing lights replaced with MV lenses - scratchbuilt ILS sensor added in front of FOD deflector - fuel dump tube drilled out - various lumps and bumps removed - Belcher Bits sonobuoy launch tubes installed - American style radar panels removed from bottom of fuselage - cabin heater exhaust drilled out - antenna wires made from stretched sprue Wings and Sponsons - Belcher Bits resin sponsons installed to replace incorrect style sponsons - sponson wheel bays detailed with sheet and strip styrene - new fuel filler caps added to sponsons - landing gear torque links and tie downs drilled out - MV lenses added to lights on bottom of sponson stub wings - rear tail plane shortened to RCN style Paint and Decals - airframe painted with Xtracolor X158 Air Mobility Command Gray FS 16173 - all national insignia by Belcher Bits - all stencils are a photocopy of incorrectly coloured Model Alliance markings References - photos of 12429 found on internet - official DND paint specification drawings - IPMS Canada RT Volume 15, Number 3 - IPMS Canada RT Volume 16, Number 6 - IPMS Canada RT Volume 21, Number 3 - IPMS Canada RT Volume 22, Number 5 - IPMS Canada RT Volume 23, Number 4 [urlhttps://imgur.com/4Rklgep][/img][/url] [urlhttps://imgur.com/rXamqvm][/img][/url] [urlhttps://imgur.com/tVOd2b4][/img][/url] [urlhttps://imgur.com/YWg65Hn][/img][/url] [urlhttps://imgur.com/cXc3KH5][/img][/url] [urlhttps://imgur.com/UBZF5Dr][/img][/url] [urlhttps://imgur.com/QDsRamX][/img][/url] [urlhttps://imgur.com/aB2Uxv1][/img][/url] [urlhttps://imgur.com/d1EEqYR][/img][/url] [urlhttps://imgur.com/IV4EgtC][/img][/url] [urlhttps://imgur.com/fBDqxbo][/img][/url] urlhttps://imgur.com/uZEhluO][/img][/url] Cheers Randy
  10. There were some Hurricanes around the place that were painted silver and looked quite smart, but it seems there was but one airframe that got the full buffed up natural metal finish treatment. V6787 was with the Rhodesian Airforce, and as I understand it, took part in a Battle of Britain memorial flight in September 45. Other Hurricanes got the silver paint treatment, but this one - the squadron leaders plane- got the works. I can't resist a nmf build, and having picked up a kit... I came up with a plan to avoid the dreaded brown and green splodges. Somehow, I managed to find one other picture of the little beauty, on the ground at " RAF Cranbourne, Rhodesia", and bless me, it portrays the starboard side!! It was meant to be, right??
  11. Hello, My last one. In winter Romanian colors. Thanks for looking at ! Anis.
  12. Hello, The project I'm working on. The challenge is to achieve an interesting white finish. Here, an option. Captions are not important, everything is in the pics. But if you need to get a point, let me know. My pleasure. Thank's for loooking at ! Anis.
  13. Hi everyone, Just thought I`d show some pic`s of Hasegawas 1/48 Kittyhawk that I`ve just completed for my Brother In Law Completed as the 2nd option in the box.... to represent Flying Officer Neville Dukes; Kittyhawk Mk I, of 112 Squadron, Libya 1942. Built almost completely from the box contents with just some seat belts, brake pipes, resin exhausts and aerial wires added Had a bit of trouble getting the Shark Mouth decals to fit, so there`s a bit of hand painting involved there. Hope you enjoy, thanks for looking Cheers Russ
  14. Hi all, I picked up a really nice Hasegawa Mitsubishi F1 from the Hinckley show today but as the ejector seat is rather basic I wondered if anyone knows if there's a replacement resin seat out there for this kit? Hopefully the seat is a common one used on other aircraft, so wonder if there are any JASDF experts on BM who know if there's a suitable aftermarket item? Thanks in advance, Pete
  15. Hi all, I'm currently making a CF-18 in 1/48 from a Hasegawa kit, there's a great plan for external stores in the instructions but only one problem, the kit just comes with three rather boring drop tanks which limits my options! As I have not built too many models so far I do not have an extensive spares box to dip into, so wonder if any advice where I could get something more exciting than drop tanks for the Canadian version of the Hornet? Thanks in advance, Peter
  16. Good morning to all, I want to participate in this group with a 87 Squadron RAF Hurricane Mk.I, piloted by ace Ian R. Gleed. The plane shows the personal mark of Gleed, a cat named Figaro that appears in the Disney film Pinocchio, and that was his personal emblem on all planes in which he flew to his disappearance The kit is the Mk.I 1/48 Hasegawa Nightfighter, although I build day fighter. Like almost all models of this brand the level of detail is very high and the quality of finish is remarkable. I put the ceremonial pictures of the box and some content here. I will use some aftermarket as Eduard's RAF seatbelts WWII and a paint mask of the same brand that has not yet arrived. I hope to do a good job because both the event and the site deserve. Thank you very much to all and welcome.
  17. This isn't my model if anyone was thinking I'd branched out and got good! No this beauty was built by my buddy Paul who is still on the itra-web nursery slopes so until he's up and running I'm doing the honors. The kit is out of the box with aftermarket markings,the RBF tags and missile seeker head covers are home produced. Thanks for looking in, John for Paul
  18. Hello All, I've bee off for a long time... This one finished few weeks ago. The biggest challenge was to capture the green shades. BTW, the kit is NOT a copy of a the real 846, but a patchwork of all kinds of weathering i've seen on those nothern birds... Thanks for looking !
  19. Hi everyone, Stuck between builds again, so I hope you dont mind me showing you some older builds; my P-47 Thunderbolt collection - so far.... Firstly Hasegawas Razorback Done as the 2nd option; Miss Mary Lou of the 19th FS, 318th FG, Saipan Second is Academys P-47N With aftermarket decals to display; Lonesome Polecat Of the same group ( i believe ) and thirdly Monograms P-47D Bubbletop, Passionate Patsy Which you`ve already seen Hope you enjoy, Thanks for looking Cheers Russ
  20. Hi Folks Every collection should have one, and I thought I'd share my attempt with you. Having read the various threads on here re fuselage colours and shades I hope I can get away with my mix which used a bit of chromate yellow to match Hendon's example: Regards J A
  21. Hi everybody, Following my recently posted JASDF Aggressor F-15DJ, here is the F-15C I built pretty much in parallel. This is the Hasegawa 1/48 F-15A ASAT Hi-Grade kit built as a MiG killer based in Germany during the 1990s. The decals are a mix of Superscale and Astra Decals, the kit is from the box, and the paint is Tamiya. Full build story is at jonbryon.com/F15C.html. Comments welcome and thanks for looking Jon
  22. Finished today, my Hasegawa F-15D Eagle 79-0009. Painted with Gunze colours. Build out of the box, exception... aires nozzles. Was the 2nd try to build this model. The first one was crap, on this one, i also had some trouble. But finally, everything turns to something good. Cheers, Patrick
  23. Hi folks I have just finished my Hasegawa A-4e as seen in Top Gun. The kit is great and I love building skyhawks, the last one was a classic airframes TA-4J. Paint was Humbrol acryclics for the main scheme with some Tamiya paints used for other bits and pieces. I used a resin escapac and the decals were Hasegawa. Beware if you ever make this scheme the kits paint instructions are quite wrong for the upper and lower wing surfaces and using some reference material will give you the right scheme. The kit decals are for just after the filming of Top gun, where 'Jester' is no longer on the a/c sides. There are some slight differences if you use any of the later reference photos where clear bits of overpaint are shown. Anyway apologies for the quality of the photos, it's something for me to work on.
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