It'll be a diorama of an Italian Ju-87 (known to the Regia Aeronautica as a "Picchiatello", a pun on the words meaning "crazy" or "mad" and "(aeronautical) dive"), which has put down in the desert through lack of fuel, sometime in 1941. A British patrol has just turned up to capture the aircraft and crew, who don't seem too sorry not to have a long walk back to base. I'm using the Airfix Ju-87B in 1/48 And a pair of CMK Resin Italian Pilots (I have already mentally christened these guys Mario (left) and Luigi (right)) Currently trying to source their captors/rescuers - I believe Tamiya are releasing their 1/32 Eighth Army figures in 1/48 this year, but I don't know when. If they're out before the end of the GB I'll use a couple of them, if not I'll find something else. (Any ideas, please let me know) A bit of experimenting for me as I've so far never - Completed a 1/48 aircraft (my first one is on the workbench at the moment, this will be my second) - Built a diorama - Done anything with resin, ever ... So this'll be interesting!