Hasegawa's

1/32 scale model of one of the most beautiful fighter to serve in the US Navy during the inter-war period.  A development of Boeing's P-12 fighter used by the US Army Air Corp, the F4B series of aircraft served in the US Navy from 1929 to 1938.  Click on the link to read more about this beautiful  airplane and the steps I took to construct and paint the model.

Testors

1/48 scale model of the famous Gee Bee R1 Racer - winner of the 1932 Thompson air race flown by Jimmy Doolittle at an average speed of 252 mph.  Built by the Granville Brothers Aircraft company in 1931, it pioneered the use of the bubble canopy, internal bracing and a streamline shape that many other airraft manufacturers would later copy.  Click on the link to read more about this amazing airplane and the steps I took to construct and paint the model.

Williams Brothers

1/72 scale model of the most famous bomber in aviation history.  It not only revolutionized bomber aviation when it was introduced in 1932, it made all other existing bombers and fighters obsolete.  It also won the Colier Trophy in 1932 for the significant achievements in aeronautics it introduced. Click on the link to read more about the development of this amazing bomber and the steps I took to construct and paint the model.

Poplar Lights

1/350 scale model of the most well know space vehicles ever shown on television. It comes with over 50 parts (some clear) and the option to built the model according to how it looked in the 1st two pilot episodes. I picked the version that finally made it into the televison show once it was approved by the TV network.  Click on the link to view some more pictures of the television icon that I built and painted.