Hi, All This time something completely different. This will be my second ever WW1 subject, after the 1/48th scale, Eduard's Nieuport Ni-17 finished in Polish post-war markings (unfortunately, accidentally destroyed some time ago). In spite of a large box and a plenty of parts, the build is quite straightforward, quick and easy. Only the sponsons … Continue reading In the workshop: 1/35th scale Mk. I Male WWI Heavy Battle Tank from Takom
Hi All, This time Morane Saulnier, from AZ Model. The machine No.654 (L-683) "E" DIAP Lion-Bron, spring 1940. She was flown by the Polish pilots, ppor. Wacław Król, ppor. Stanisław Chałupa, and sierż. Leopold Flanek. They managed to get to France after the fall of Poland in September 1939, willing to continue the fight against the … Continue reading In the gallery: Morane Saulnier MS 406 C.1 | AZmodel 1:48
Hi, All How many years this kit is waiting to be finished, hard to tell... three, four? Something around that, but now I can see the light. Some oils & pigments can make miracles to this otherwise boring vehicle model 😉 Hope you like it! Best regards Hubert
Hi All, Haven't posted a lot lately, as usual - too much work, not enough time for hobby and posting. However, that doesn't mean that nothing is actually happening. At last, had some time to instal the Attacker's undercarriage. The fit of main gear legs to the undercarriage bay resin part was just perfect, as well … Continue reading In the workshop: Supermarine Attacker FB.2 | Trumpeter 1:48 – part four, almost there, and the Spiteful!
In 1936 AVIA's construction team have begun work on a modern low-cost fighter that was to replace the then aging AVIA B-534. The first prototype of the new AVIA B-35, of beautiful and clean lines, was flown on September 28, 1938. As the H-S 12 Y-1000 engine was not ready yet, the weaker Hispano-Suiza 12 … Continue reading In the gallery: Avia B-135 | Planet Models 1:48
Hi, All It's been a while since my last update and indeed, there's some progress in my builds. First of all worth to mention, that the Hayabusa hasn't gotten as much attention lately, as I think she deserves. Lot of other launched builds, including two rather ambitious resin kits, PZL P.7 from Arma Hobby and … Continue reading In the workshop: Ki-43-II Hayabusa | Hasegawa 1:32, part 2
Hi, All Last few weeks have brought some progress with the jet-Spitfire. The Attacker received some paint, as well as the decals, which turned out to be a nightmare as regards to their application. Any attempts to correct their placement right after their application are almost impossible. The film the decals are printed on is … Continue reading In the workshop: Supermarine Attacker FB.2 | Trumpeter 1:48 – part three