Greetings monster lovers!! Today’s offering is the Pegasus 1/12th scale solid vinyl “Mbwun” monster from 1997 movie ‘Relic’. I started with a base coat of Tamiya Acrylic Deck Tan, then detailed it out with Vallejo inks and transparent colours. The […]
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My fourth 1/12 Tamiya, I modified a few small parts, finished in Tamiya and MM enamels with Future over the decals. Ridden by Casey Stoner 2007 World champion and 2008 Runner up with Ducati, 2011 World champion and 2012 third […]
My third 1/12 Tamiya, I filled the exhausts, modified the brake calipers, front forks and a few other things, finished in Tamiya X4, Concept 212 and MM enamels, some of the decals fell apart, Future over all. Ridden by 1986, […]
My second 1/12 Tamiya, I separated the fairing, filled exhaust pipes, modified the brake calipers, front forks, handlebars, rear shock and and a few other things, finished in MM and Tamiya enamels with Future over the decals, ridden by the […]
My first 1/12 Tamiya, I modified the exhausts, filled the holes, might be why the fairing doesn’t quite fit, finished in Model Master and Tamiya enamels, X22 over decals. Kenny Roberts was 500cc world champion in 1978, 1979 and 1980.
This is the build review for the 1/12 Tamiya XV1600 RoadStar. This is the model that I received for winning the Model of the Month award!!! I thought it would be appropriate to give a decent review of the kit […]
I haven’t posted a motorcycle for quite a while so here’s Tamiya’s latest 1/12 kit of the 2014 Moto GP championship winning Honda ridden by Spaniard Marc Marquez. This is the first Moto GP bike issued by Tamiya for a […]
another OOB build. awesome kit finished in MM colbalt blue. Andy
This is Italeri’s 1/12 version of the original 1975 Protar kit. In 1908, Fiat introduced a chain-driven Grand Prix racing car which they dubbed the SB4. It was used in competition and that is where Sir Ernest Eldridge from Britain […]
For some reason when I logged on this morning I discovered that I could post pictures and articles again, so here goes! 2005 was Yamaha’s 50th anniversary, and they were determined to win as many world championships as they could. […]