3d Modeling: The War Years

I've leaped ahead into the dark days of World War II with my next model — the little Beaverette Beaverbug.

The Beaverette was a rush design, completed in only four days in 1940 when there was a real and credible fear of a Nazi invasion of Great Britain. This is the Beaverette Mk.III, used by the RAF for airfield defence, and called by them the Beaverbug. It's armed with a pair of Vickers "K" guns, but some later ones had the gun turret from the Boulton-Paul Defiant mounted in place of the production turret.

It's available, as usual, from Shapeways at http://shpws.me/LMlV.



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