One really fast bugger and one with a whirly bit on top. I just got one of each for me and few more each for the store, I’ll see if I like them and then most likely get some more for me.
These are probably the first aircraft I ever scratchbuilt in 1/285th scale. This was about 34-35 years ago when I was about 17 or 18 years old. They are balsa wood with thin sheet styrene wings and tails. Yes,,, this is what I was doing as a teenager when all the cool kids were partying, drinking and getting laid.
The grey one is an A-1 Skyraider, the green one is an OV-10 Bronco
I did a stowed MH-53J for my USS Wasp some time ago. I like it so much that I’m doing another one.
Just got this piece finished today. It will be available as a kit from GameCraft as kit #285CSS154
Sometimes when I start painting up a bunch of miniatures I forget that getting the main color on is the easy part … the real work begins after that’s done.
This photo represents a lot of work yet to do. Here’s what is left to be painted: 468 tires, 54 tracks, about 130 machine guns and cannons, 27 Sagger missiles, a bunch of helicopter windows and two aircraft canopies.