Completed Builds


Here’s a list of all of the models I have completed. Click the link or the picture to go to the gallery for that kit…

As always, please feel free to comment or ask questions 🙂



1/25 AMT Volkswagen Scirocco Mk.1



1/9 V-Bust – Lt. Col. John Frost cmdr 2nd Parachute Battalion – Arnhem 1944



1/9 V-Bust – “Private US 35th Infantry Div” (Clint Eastwood, Kelly’s Heroes)



1/12 Italeri F-16A Falcon Cockpit



1/144 Minicraft Boeing 757-200 (Iron Maiden Ed Force One 2011 World Tour)



1/10 Young Miniature US 2nd Ranger Battalion Normandy 1944



1/32 Revell Hawker Hunter F.Mk.6



1/24 Airfix 1995 Toyota Rav 4



1/2000 Fascinations Metal Earth RMS Titanic



 1/48 Tamiya V-1 Flying Bomb (Fieseler Fi103)



1/72 Airfix Curtiss Hawk 82-A-2



1/72 Airfix Avro Vulcan B Mk.2 – XM600 of 9 Squadron circa 1968



1/72 Academy Grumman F-14A Tomcat 



1/48 Revell Supermarine Spitfire Mk.IX C



1/48 Tamiya BAe Sea Harrier FRS.1 – XZ451 Falklands ’82



1/144 Revell Tornado ECR Tiger Meet 2011



1/72 Airfix Grumman Duck (Murphy’s War)

1/72 Airfix Grumman Duck (Murphys War)


1/72 Airfix MiG 15 bis

Airfix 1/72 MiG 15 bis


1/600 Revell USS Enterprise NCC1701 – Star Trek TOS (The Original Series)

1/600 Revell Star Trek USS Enterprise TOS (The Original Series)


1/72 Revell de Havilland Vampire FB.5

1/72 Revell de Havilland Vampire FB.5


1/72 Academy JU87-G Stuka (Tank buster)

1/72 Academy Stuka JU87-G


1/144 Academy Sepecat Jaguar

1:144 cademy Sepecat Jaguar 1

Thanks for visiting!

I write this blog for fun, to share what I've learned, and to share my builds with you. If you like what you see here please leave a comment, and head over to facebook and like my page!

Cheers - Rich

4 comments on “Completed Builds
  1. Steve says:

    Hello. I came across your blog via a search for the Revell Enterprise kit.

    What a great blog. Funny and educational. Keep it up.

    If I get half as good results with mine I’ll be very pleased. The lighting will be much simpler, I don’t have anywhere near your skills but I’ll try.

    Thanks for sharing your tips and knowledge.

    Best wishes.


    • Richard says:

      Thanks for taking the time to comment Steve, glad you like the blog.

      All the best with your build – live long and prosper 🙂

      • Steve says:

        Having seen the Harrier build, I’m not so sure I want to start that though. That kit is also on my shelf.

        I’m liking the look of the Hunter though.

        • Richard says:

          Ah, the Tamiya Harrier is a real dog of a kit – not like the usual Tamiya quality :'( The Hunter though is another story – absolutely lovely for the money, goes together a treat and really fine detail.

          I really need to get the Harrier finished so I can get the Hunter moving along.

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