This is the 1/72 Y-Wing from Bandai. It is very good kit but so far the first one i wouldn’t give to a kid. There is loads of piping it is finicky and fragile. This has taken the longest of […]
Science fiction, fantasy and mecha model building.
After hearing such great things about these Bandai Star Wars kit, I had to try something out of character. Even though these are ‘snap tite’ kits, they are premium quality and well engineered =. Plenty of detail. Almost zero filling […]
I’ve had a pretty productive weekend with my little Falcon. After tracking down a misdelivered order of LEDs and fiber optics to my neighbors porch I mocked them up in the sub-light engines to get an idea of how they […]
I participated a group building after year changeover and decided to do something new & small. My first motorcycle model is a bit special while it is an amalgam of bio-/mechatronics parts. Modified to military use, Battle Hopper is a […]
This was a fun build. Bandai have kept trying new ways to do capes. Ren’s is a soft flexible material that holds really good surface detail. I sprayed it black. Bandai kits are coloured right out of the box but […]
As this piece is from a miniature game the build is quite rudimentary. A handful of parts snap together tightly and don’t require glue. Overall its not too bad especially if space is a big limitation for you. It has […]
Started this one as part of a buddy build with 4 other guys, all building the same kit (either Moebius or Revell issue). Straight away, I wanted to change the OOB pose because I’ve always thought it looks weird! Took […]
More anti-gravity vehicle.
This is a recon vehicle for a wasteland type scenario. Being imaginative here. 🙂 Anyhow, this is my 7th anti-gravity vehicle. I will be working on my 8th one very soon. I know. I am in a anti-gravity type mood. […]
Here is a What-if model I built some years ago. The inspiration for this model was put into reality after seeing Igor Sobolevsky wonderful 3D art station work called ‘Axiom Racing’. His 3d version is just breath taking. The scale […]