Tag Archives: floatplane

A Literal Shark-nado!

Some classic aircraft get kitted again and again, with every maker churning out versions ad nauseum. Then, there are those planes that are really lucky to be able to get a kit at all. These are the forgotten, obscure or worse yet, useless. There is a third type: an obscure type that has one kit […]

Situation Norm, all Farproed Up!

Yes, that also spells SNAFU! In a way, that’s a bit what this ancient Farpro Japan boxing of the equally ancient Aoshima E15K1 Shiun (Norm) recon float plane looks like! If you want to see how they did things back in the day, the Farpro 1/72 Kawanishi Shiun will certainly make you glad they don’t […]

Two Floats, a Fish and a Stuka

Check out the first What-If (whiff) to be posted here; my Float Stuka. It’s in the What If section of the Planes tab. This is what happens when imagination, a spare kit and the spares box collide!