Category Archives: Readers’ Gallery

Readers’ Gallery: Gil Hodges’ 1/48 Monogram Hurricane

Gil Hodges shared his great work converting the old Monogram Hurricane into a Sea Hurricane Mk. IIc. Great work Gil! This is the old Monogram 1/48 Hurricane kit, converted to a Sea Hurricane, and built for the Hurricane Fellowship build. It was rescribed overall, has a scratchbuilt cockpit, Falcon vac canopy/windshield, converted rear underside with tailhook, and detailed/boxed in gear

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Readers’ Gallery: Daniel Iscold’s Spitfires, Pt. III: Tamiya 1/48 Spitfire Mk. Vb

The third installment of Daniel Iscold’s Spitfires is this Mk. Vb in my personal favorite scheme for a Spitfire, the desert camouflage! Great stuff Daniel, and thanks for sharing your hard work with us this week! I really don’t know the story behind this airplane. I choose these paint marks because of this beautiful red tone of the spinner. I also

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Readers’ Gallery: Daniel Iscold’s Spitfires, Pt. II: Tamiya 1/48 Spitfire Mk. I (built as a Mk. Va)

The second installment of Daniel Iscold’s Spitfires is this Mk. Va in the markings of Douglas Bader’s aircraft. Great work Daniel! I always love the history behind models. This one is the Tamiya Spitfire MkI converted to a Mk Va. This is an unusual version of the Sptifire. This one depicts the airplane flown by the famous legless Royal Air

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Readers’ Gallery: Andy Mason’s Tamiya 1:48 F-16C “Fighting Fulcrum”

Andy Mason has completed another awesome looking jet. For this build, Andy used Mr. Color paints, Aires exhaust, Royale Resin nose, AirMaster pitot tube/AOA sensors, Flory Models dark dirt wash, and Afterburner decals. Andy said he liked the Royale Resin nose because it “is one piece, so it eliminates the possibility of sanding away some of the detail on the kit nose upper and

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