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Beemax 1/20 McLaren MP4/2 1984 British GP – Kit Review

by Robert Aspinall on August 30, 2017 in Reviews -- 7 Comments

McLaren MP4/2 1984 British GP Aoshima Beemax 1/20 scale. Kit Beemax No.03 Price £50.20 (Grand Prix Models) To me the GP cars of this period are visually more attractive than their modern counterparts with their massively complex aerodynamics. Also a […]

Atomic City studio scale Klingon D7.

by Robert Aspinall on August 26, 2017 in Sci-fi -- 11 Comments

Pictures of my completed Atomic City studio scale Klingon D7. After posting the construction pictures I thought I was close to completion however I wasn’t expecting the issues I had with the kit decals. They were well printed but thick, […]

Studio Scale Klingon D7.

by Robert Aspinall on August 8, 2017 in Sci-fi -- 11 Comments

My latest Sci-Fi project is a studio scale Klingon D7 from Atomic City. I was quite optimistic that this was going to be a quickish build; smooth surfaces, simple paint job and a low parts count. Well poorly cast parts […]

8th scale McLaren restoration.

by Robert Aspinall on July 28, 2017 in Automotive -- 12 Comments

Some months ago I was asked if I could repair a poorly built 8th scale McLaren MP4-23. After a long chat with the owner it was decided that I would try and restore the model. The first pictures show what […]

350th K’tinga battle cruiser.

by Robert Aspinall on December 20, 2016 in Sci-fi -- 17 Comments

I thought I would share my latest project. Its an all resin 350th Klingon K’tinga. The kit was a nightmare to assemble with poorly cast parts, no instructions, base or decals. It took many hours of correction and the addition […]

iModeler July Awards.

by Robert Aspinall on August 25, 2016 in Uncategorized -- 8 Comments

I was fortunate enough to have my work selected for the July award. From the excellent selection of kits available as a prize there was only really one contender for me, and that was Eduard’s “Rockin Rhino”. I’m looking forward […]

Tamiya 32nd Zero.

by Robert Aspinall on July 9, 2016 in Aviation -- 14 Comments

I’ve been working on Tamiya’s 32nd scale Zero for a few months now. Generally I enjoyed the build but didn’t appreciate the added complication of the working features. I also struggled with getting the front of the fuselage to line […]

Ferrari F430 Challenge

by Robert Aspinall on February 8, 2016 in Automotive -- 10 Comments

Fujimi 24th scale kit with modified front end. Splitter and dive planes made from plastic card and Miliput. Eduard etch belts. Thanks for looking, Rob.

iModeler September Awards

by Robert Aspinall on October 15, 2015 in Uncategorized -- 8 Comments

Thank you martin and everyone at iModeler. My Random Award Eduard kit arrived this morning and its a cracker. I have a confession; I have never built a 48th scale Spit so I’m looking forward to breaking my duck with […]

100th scale HMS Victory.

by Robert Aspinall on September 18, 2015 in Ships -- 14 Comments

After a long break of several years I have restarted my build of Heller’s monster! I put about five years of work researching and scratch building parts including the ships boats. I’ve put some time in over the past week […]