We had a lot of projects either ongoing or finished. These are selected pictures from projects either posted to our Facebook page or emailed for inclusion in this post.
Alberto Ramos started this Academy 1/35 Tiger-I tank:
Alberto also finished this Hasegawa 1/20 MaK Mk44 AmmoKnights:
Belljohn Bilbay, Jr worked on this Esci 1/48 F-4J (Blue Angels) for the San Diego Air and Space Museum. He will paint the canopy so as to have it fit in with other Blue Angels models on display there:
Ethan Idenmill finished this Hasegawa 1/72 B5N2 “Kate” (Mitsuo Fuchida’s aircraft from December 7, 1941):
Ethan Idenmill also worked on this HobbyBoss 1/200 U.S.S. Pegasus:
Manny Gutsche finished this Revell 1/72 X-15. The model depicts the first flight of a high power XLR-99 rocket engine on November 15, 1960. This was X-15 # 2 of 3 models built. The pilot was Scott Crossfield. The paint is a mixture of 50% Insignia Blue, 25% Gunmetal and 25% Black. Decals are mostly from a Monogram X-15. The model was originally released by Revell in 1959. This model was built from the 1994 Revell reissued kit. Assembled out of the box. The standing figure is from the Monogram X-15 kit:
Rodrigo Rendon built two 1/48 F-14 Tomcats:
Sebastian Malinowski built this ArmaHobby 1/72 PZL P.7a of the 151 Fight Squadron from Wilno, Independent Operational Group “Narew”. The pilot was Second lieutenant Zygmunt Kinel.
Sebastian also completed this First to Fight 1/72 Panzer 35(t) in Japanese Service:
Finally, Sebastian built these Zvezda 1/72 Soviet Naval Infantry: