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September 20, 2018

Me-109 decals

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AIMS has a new set of 109 decals.


April 9, 2018

Early 109 decals

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The AMG 109s are really great.  Ask Barry Numerick.  Now there are some new decals for these kits.  See here.  Oh, more decals

August 19, 2017


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This looks good.  This will fill a hole in the 72nd scale universe.

June 15, 2017

AMG early 109s

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Looks like we are getting close to the release of the AMG early model 109s! 

December 16, 2016

Early 109s

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Finally new 72nd scale kits of the early 109s.

March 11, 2015


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June 1, 2014

Skippy finishes one

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Modeling god, Scott “Skippy” King has finished the Hasegawa Me-109 in Yugoslavian markings.

Yugoslavian 109

Yugoslavian 109













Skippy’s finishing of this kit triggers the beginning of the great SB2U one year build off.  More on this later.

August 9, 2011

2011 IPMS Nats Omaha #4

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The show is over.  It was great.  In the next few days I’ll try and post a summary, but for now, a few more photos.

Me-110 nightfighter

 This was the much modified Italeri kit.  A very nice job in 72nd scale.

72nd zero

There were a number of different 72nd zeros.

109 dio

There were quite a number of really nice aircraft dios this year.

Happy hour

The coonvention hotel we were in had a free happy hour each night.  Great for getting together with other modelers.

March 29, 2010

Indy show (Pt. 3)

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Here are more 72nd scale aircraft from Indy.  These were in the OOB category and there seemed to be a problem with judging as this category appears to have been skipped.

Me-109E by Don Flynn

Don’s Me-109E.  I think it is the Tamiya kit.

Special Hobby Koolhaven FK-51

A nice biplane in Spanish civil war markings.


A rarely seen LaGG-3.

Fine Molds 109

Another Me-109 by Don Flynn.  A Fine Molds F, I think.

Fine Molds Me-109G

Don Flynn’s Me-109G in very interesting markings.

Larger 72nd aircraft to come.

January 22, 2009

101st post

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This is my 101st post since moving my blog to WordPress last June.  I haven’t posted as often as I’ve wanted, but I am not unpleased with my effors so far.

In any event, the photo below is one of my older models from a few years ago.  I took the picture and sent it to my friend and fellow club member Randy Fuller, who cleaned it up and edited it and sent it back.  The resulting photo looks much better then the actual model. 

This has raised a question in my mind.  How much can you edit a picture of a model before it is dishonest to put the photograph out in public as being representitive of the actual model.  Should you fix flaws on your model with photo-editing software and publish the photos, even on the internet, without disclosing what you have done?  To me, this is an interesting question.  I’ve come up with some preliminary answers, but until I’ve hashed all this out in my mind, I’ll reserve expressing my opinion for a subsequent post.

Romanian 109

Romanian 109

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