FSClassics Update

In case you do not (yet?) follow my FSClassics website, here’s a post copied from it:

Keeping with the idea of  presenting classic aircraft AND events here, and focusing on WW2 mainly, here’s a clip I found on the wonderful Youtube channel of British Pathé (the old movie theater news reels from England) showing gliders (Waco’s and Horsa’s) and para’s coming down (probably near Veghel)


As to progress on my models…… bummer !
The main reason I haven’t been working on the 3D front is that we have acquired a house in Italy and are planning to make that our new home. That in turn requires a lot of time in preparations, travel and additional activities. Hopefully there will be more time for the REALLY important stuff later this year.

The same goes for Simon’s work. I guess he’s been crazily busy and hasn’t had enough time to work on his Anson. Still no word from South-Africa!

Most Popular

On Key

Related Posts

Shop not ready yet

I have been working on and off to get the shop part of my blog working. I am using WooCommerce now that ‘ Shopify’ is just too much for the remaining few products. But as always with these modular things,

Railways in the Second World War

Railways in the Second World War By Michael Foley I am not a railwayman by any measure, although my brother and I built an extensive model railway back in the day. But what caught my curiosity was the cover of

Basic Blender Tutorials

Downloaded the latest Blender app and was looking for tutorials. This is the list that Blender provides themselves. There must be many more on Youtube and I’ll post more of them when I find them.My main project is to build

Independence Pass, CO, 2016

Independence Pass, CO, 2016 September 1, 2016US travel Not only the Dutchy, in fact, but a whole bunch of people from the “Kachadourian Lodge” set out to visit the pass, and subsequently have lunch in Aspen on the other side!

%d bloggers like this: