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If you've got years of ingrained dust, I find a good but gentle wash with a soft brush and warm soapy water followed by a good rinse works... More
Anthony Hughes Yesterday, 18:34
Hi Gareth Yes I managed to knock something up together. I have just finished the APC as well (and yes I added headlights to the resin kit) so... More
Marten Richens Yesterday, 10:46
Some progress in the bits of time between going to work and washing up. Using Citadel paints (chosen weapon of the Warhammer boys) need toning... More
Well, finally managed to do a little work on Starboost, and he is now mainly assembled, with the lighting now in place, with the exception of the... More
Alun Oct 20
Well that didn't last long - back up to £16 for the Galactica! Unless you click through to the list of other sellers ...
Takshaka Oct 14
Right, the USS Chunky has dried out nicely, so time to pay some attention to it. Pic 1: The Battlestar Galactica midriff that sit at the back and... More
Great pics Ant. Thanks for the nice comments about my Nostromo (even if it was a pain in the ass to get done )
Yup I'll be there as usual - we have a 'Good Guys & Bad Guys' theme this year
Oooo, getting the urge to build me something BG...
Crakin'stuff Dave. And nothing fell on it :D
Found this on Bucwheats site. Thought a few of you might like it
Hopefully makes up for the outcome of "the vote".
Alun Sep 19
Hi Dean I can do decals on a colour laser printer with either clear or white backing.  The clear is not 100% opaque but good for light... More
Alun Sep 19
Quote from Takshaka I thought Clara was present in all the Doctor's timelines anyway, or has that been retconned now? No idea-hate time... More
Alun Sep 18


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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