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She's looking fantastic so far Pete. Great work on the horns.
Marten Richens 5 hours ago
Thanks looking forward to the painting stage but trying not to rush along with the building.
Know it's a bit of a long shot but quite honestly anything will look better than the orange hands I've got at the moment.  Maybe a few layers... More
Alun Nov 25
Here's an idea.....why not do it with Reinhardts eyes inside like in the final scene?....
Tried finding it but it says its not on netflix so im watching  the robocop reboot ;)
Lovely likeness and a great build. Thanks for sharing Pete.
Alun Nov 16
Well made a bit of an error in that I had forgotten to paint the last bit and as it's chucking down with rain I can't do it tonight.  So got... More
Alun Nov 16
I have to say an extra special thanks Alun for extending the dead line. Those panel lines are going to cause me untold grief!
Thanks for the photos Ant! Looks like some really good stuff.  Makes we want to make sure that I get to one of the bigger shows next year.... More
Alun Nov 11
Having had a quick think I'm going to extend the build period to the end of February.  I think realistically the end of January (with... More
That's remarkably like the illustration, especially for a toy.  These things are getting better all the time! Should be a good one! Alun
Alun Nov 10
Hope its all mending ok it looked pretty nasty. 
Quote from Ellenbethsdad Have you got any idea just how many hours you have spent so far on this amazing project? Pete  eh up Pete,i... More
pretty good piece that, first time Ive came across that.. Alan


Picked up the new 1:24 scale Iron Man kits from Dragon recently and here is a quick review of them. They are available for around the £12/13 mark on places like eBay at the moment... more
Alun Aug 27
What You Get There have been 2 other models released by Airfix which tie-in with the Wallace and Gromit shorts, namely the airplane and the motorbike and sidecar, both from "A... more
Building The MasterBlaster From Mad Max: Beyond Thunderd ome. Back in 1985 I committed a crime, nothing major but a crime nonetheless. Along with a friend from school I sneaked in ... more
So I treated myself with a little bit of Christmas money. I have wanted to really try and stretch my painting ability to the limit and I have had my eye on this model for a long ti... more
Introduc tion This has to be one of the most awaited Star Trek kits for a long time and is the first officially licensed kit to be released by Polar Lights. It was mastered by Thom... more

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