Rodolfo Melian, and his truly stunning inspirational build of the English Electric Canberra Mk-62 Formerly B.2 . In 1944, with the tide of WW2 well and truly turning, the fastest and most accurate bomber the RAF had was the twin-engined de Havilland Mosquito; unlike the 4 engine 'heavies', the lightweight Mosquito relied upon speed to avoid fighter defenses, effectively immune to attack.
Adie Roberts continues his series of inspirations to help inspire modellers of all abilities to work out of their comfort zone building dioramas or just trying new builds.
Please note I have included around 25-30 extra pictures in this inspiration to show you different techniques in scratch building, weathering, and painting parts of the detail work with the hope that some of you will pick up on the techniques and practice working out of your comfort zone. As soon as you get to the same picture as above the award-winning build is where the extra pictures start from.