Looking to an old model of a Bandai 1/72 x-wing, I had the idea of refreshing it a bit with this choreography.
I imagined it crashed on a swampy planet after an hard battle with the empire. This is the result.
To write something new about the Incom T-65 X-Wing would probably mean carrying Dactillions to Galactic City, because one thing can be said for sure: the X-Wing has not only proven to be one of the most successful space fighter concepts ever con[...]
I have always been a huge fan of the Yamato from the anime series Star Blazers, so, I treated myself to the 1/500th Scale Yamato from Bandai. This is an exquisite kit with perfect fits and an amazing model-shelf presence once completed. It is [...]
Another custom Star Wars character this time using the Bandai 1/12 Sand Trooper kit. Practicing my sculpting on the cloth parts and using a newly learned painting technique for the red parts, “candy coating” . The straps and slings were made wit[...]
Being a model builder primarily of what some consider the one true scale, 1/48th the plethora of aircraft models has never really been an issue. The availability of vehicles though was not so abundant. Bandai issued a large series of 1/48th sc[...]
Since taking over the Star Wars Model license for Asia from Fine Molds, Bandai has consistently produced easy to build model kits for the Star Wars fanboy/girl. They have several lines including a line of mini kits for those lacking the space f[...]
Hi all, here is my post for imodeler at the movies. I tried to post this through the group page but it wouldn't take(It's still the 10th in my part of the Southern Hemisphere). These are my favourite characters because they are truly make believ[...]
Built the figure awhile ago but just recently finished his new home. I used insulation styrofoam for the base structure then applied sculptamold for ground texture and the tree bark. For the ground cover I used finely sifted soil, tile grout and[...]
My Bandai 1/144 AT-AT ...
My AT-ST, Bandai 1/48, heavy weathering, jungle planet ! :)