In the workshop: Ki-43-II Hayabusa | Hasegawa 1:32, part 2

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

Kawasaki Ki-100-I Koh Type 5 Fighter | Hasegawa 1:48

Hi All, Finally I can call this done: Kawasaki Ki-100 I-Koh, white “177” of the 2nd Chutai, 59 Sentai, Ashiya Kiusiu near Fukuoka, 1945. That's how it looked like in October of 1945: This small aircraft has taken more time than I expected - mainly due to late deliveries of some aftermarket products that I considered … Continue reading Kawasaki Ki-100-I Koh Type 5 Fighter | Hasegawa 1:48

In the workshop: 40/43 M ‘Zrinyi’ II 105 mm | Bronco 1:35 Part 3

Hi All Finally I was able to get back to the Zrinyi. Having ordered a monograph about this assault gun I was hoping to get some data with regard to the interior of the vehicle. The book reached me few days ago... and what a sad surprise - only one photo... Source: Zrinyi II Assault Howitzer (Armour … Continue reading In the workshop: 40/43 M ‘Zrinyi’ II 105 mm | Bronco 1:35 Part 3

In the workshop: Arsenal VG.36 C1 | Azur 1:48 – Part 7: new camo

Hi All The colours I have chosen for my Arsenal, compared to Lifecolor's and Hataka's authentic colours looked strange... so I decided to repaint it all, to achieve more authentic look. Airbrushed freehand, Lifecolor paints - well diluted,  low pressure, nevertheless not easy to use in the airbrush. Not finished yet. Stay tuned, best regards … Continue reading In the workshop: Arsenal VG.36 C1 | Azur 1:48 – Part 7: new camo

In the workshop: Kawasaki Ki-61-I Hien | ST 28 Hasegawa 1:32 Part 6 – lights

Moving forward, have installed the position lights (these will be painted with Vallejo clear paints), the reflector housing (fit is absolutely perfect, no glue required), corrected the weathering on the tail, the upper surfaces of ailerons and horizontal tail have been painted with well diluted IJA Green - it's a remnant of the original camouflage of … Continue reading In the workshop: Kawasaki Ki-61-I Hien | ST 28 Hasegawa 1:32 Part 6 – lights