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Too small for details? Have you SEEN what some armor and diorama modelers have been able to pull off with stuff in this scale? The techniques are actually not hard to use at all. Mastering good wash and drybrush techniques can pay extremely big dividends in this scale.Wait, 1:35? Isn't that tiny?
A 6-Foot man would be modeled as 2 inches. [ (6 X 12 ) / 35) ]
A 1/35 scale model of a typical 1960's car would be roughly 7 Inches long.
That sucks! Too small for details, building, painting a colossal pain in the butt! Not for me! Minimum I could stand would be 1:18 scale.
I do, and probably quite a few others who have been begging for a decent model of this. I used to do 1/35 military and still do I/48 aircraft. Detail is not that difficult in this scale.Well, that's not too bad for an Aerial HK, but who wants five 2" tall T-800s? That's freakin' thumb sized!