Hi everybody. I posted just one time on forum but I read you every day for news and ever interesting informations and now I want to share with you a couple of picture of some of my scratchbuilt models (in the first my little daugther hold a Jenuary issue of italian magazine with some of them!)
Hope you like them! :$
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Wow! Amazing!! Can you still buy the Darth Vader and regular T.I.E. fighter kit? What brand is that, and what is its scale? Awesome work!Just started modeling again a couple of months ago after 20 years.
Here are the few models that Ive made -
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I'll keep it at 4 wildly different subjects for this post:
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Yeah they are 1:72 scale Bandai kitsWow! Amazing!! Can you still buy the Darth Vader and regular T.I.E. fighter kit? What brand is that, and what is its scale? Awesome work!
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Truly Chilling model of the Tripod from WOW! Where on earth did you get that??? Incredible.
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Hi all! Here's my model ORCA in homage to JAWS - my favorite movie of all time! Built at 3' x 3' Took over a year to do, but as there are not many out there, it was worth it! It was a virtually complete overhaul of previously built model I bought that was made by someone else, but I was not satisfied with the details, so I upended the whole thing in stages and re-built most of her with the exception of the hull and pulpit. Erik
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Cool! Thanks Plasticfan! This is from a model kit, although I've toyed around with the idea of doing a scratch built Millennium Falcon sometime in the future. This particular one is approx 14.5 inches long by 10.5 inches wide, and I can't remember which kit I bought. If memory serves, it might be from a Revell snap-tite model kit which was pretty inexpensive, but the lines were good and sharp and the detail was pretty good as well. It had a clear cockpit with pre-painted figures, so I focused on just doing the exterior painting using some model paint and also some acrylics.Wow! Excellent work. Did you use the clear plastic cockpit and paint the framing? Is this scratch built?
Thanks!Nice collection! What brand is that swordfish?
Thanks for the link! I was looking for the Bandai one the other day, should have checked eBay.Thanks!
It's the Bandai one.
I recently saw a few of them in a store here in Japan, so maybe they've re-released them?