Aircraft

  • Written by Thomas Ng

Monogram 1/48 F-5F Tiger II

Thomas 'masterqq' Ng continues his modelling quest for the biggest F-5 collection in Malaysia with the completion of this F5F in Malaysian classic silver of the 70s.

  • Written by Loo Chee Keong

Tamiya 1/48 Skyraider A-1J by Jason Koh

This is the Tamiya 1/48 Douglas A-1J Skyraider US Air Force of the 56th Special Operation Wing, 602nd Fighter Squadron No.029 bird operating from Thailand in 1969. As Jason Koh explains:

  • Written by Super User

Airfix 1/24 Harrier GR3 [Part 5]

Part 5 concludes this 5 parter and some further observations on the entire build will be included in summary.

  • Written by CK Loo

1/72 Academy Catalina RAF RAF W8417

This is the Academy 1/72 scale Catalina flying boat made in RAF colours over the skies of Malaya in WW2.

W8417 MkII RAF Catalina was significantly the first casualty of the war in WW2 Malaya 

  • Written by Super User

What-If TUDM Collection

SFTPMS member Kevin (kay) Ong and Kenny (F100supersabre) Wong completed this pair of Swedish Gripen and American built Corsair for the 2010 event. This pair will be a part of the  What-If TUDM event which will end in an exhibition at 1Utama, Basement level 2, on 18th and 19th September, 2010.

  • Written by Super User

Airfix 1/24 Harrier GR3 [Part 3]

This 3rd part will move onto the work sequence at the cockpit and air intakes.

  • Written by Super User

Airfix 1/24 Harrier GR3 [Part 2]

The 2nd part of this article will explain the step by step of the construction sequence.

  • Written by Super User

Airfix 1/24 Harrier GR3 [Part 1]

The Harrier jumpjet has always fascinated me when I was a young boy in the late 70s. This was a plane like no other, performing amazing acrobats in mid air like no other, due to its VTOL capability and jet design arrangement. Today, it still has a special place in my modelling heart. The ultimate Harrier kit still remains the 1/24 scale Airfix giant. Though a bit dated in terms of details and coming a little short in terms of accuracy and fit, the kit still packed a wallop when it came to size and sheer impact.