Hi everybody! Here is another older build from around 2007 or 2008. It was built straight out of the box and painted with either Tamiya or Gunze-Sangyo acrylics. I believe I used a watercolor wash for the panel lines. I don't remember exactly wh[...]
Happy New Year everyone! Here is a kit I completed sometime around 2005 or 2006. I don't really watch MotoGP or any other motorcycle racing, but I was somehow interested in this Tamiya kit. It is the only motorcycle I have ever built so far. I r[...]
Hello everyone, this is another of my old builds, completed sometime around 2007. I wanted to show the plane in the dive-bombing position, so I cut off the dive brakes and drilled out all the holes with a pin-vise. I also cut off the propeller b[...]
Hello! This is a kit I finished around 2006. I remember I used a Verlinden resin and photo-etch detail set for the first time to show one wing folded and the inside of the gun bay on the other wing. I remember doing a lot of cutting and sanding [...]
Hello everyone, this is my first attempt at building a ship model. I finished it March 2020. I didn't do any rigging or weathering on this one, maybe next time. I only used the kit's parts which did not include any railings. Even for 1/350 scale[...]
Hello everyone, I finished this kit May 2020. I used Tamiya acrylics and converted the instruction's suggestions to: RLM 74(gray green): (AS-3) xf-61 dark green or xf-81 dark green RLM 75(gray purple): (AS-4) xf-54 dark sea gray or xf-22 rlm gr[...]
Hello everyone, this is Ayrton Senna's 1988 MP4/4 F1 car. I finished it way back in 2012 and I think I used an iPhone 4s for the photos. For the white and red I used Tamiya spray cans TS-26 Pure White and TS-36 Fluorescent Red. I airbrushed Tami[...]
Hello everyone, here is my recently completed Phantom. I chose it because I liked the sea camoflage. I used Tamiya acrylics and masked the camo with silly putty. I had some trouble with air bubbles under some of the larger decals. Thanks for all[...]
This is the Tamiya 1/72 Kawasaki Ki-61-Id Hien.
This is the Tamiya 1/72 Mitsubishi A6M2b Zero.