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That actually looks pretty neat but would be hell on batterys and maybe not robust enough for site work.  Thanks for the link though ill have... More
Came out pretty well- had some experience doing it before Alun- but still awkward. Here's some final shots. 
Gareth James Yesterday, 13:43
Thanks ALun. Just debating whether or not to enter something else or do I wait to start my next build because I know what's waiting for me under...
Ellenbethsdad Yesterday, 10:13
Little early perhaps but just to wish you all a very Happy Christmas. I hope Santa brings you lots of goodies! Alun
Don't know where time is being leached to at the moment, think there may be a black hole in our house which is slowly pulling time itself away.... More
Alun Dec 17
Thanks Alun, will do! Think it's going to me the Falcon, that new Star Wars trailer decided it for me!
Donald Dec 16
That's not a bad looking kit at all. As Alun says they are improving, which is good news for chaps like us. Look forward to seeing the next step in...
Genius!! Have some of those little ones (from an advent calendar from a few years ago). So definitely going to start collecting things together... More
Slow but steady progress - Stuck his legs together after much sanding & fiddling - Fine Molds this aint! Almost all of the mating surfaces... More
Topic was moved from Jedi or Sith.
I like them all,but the international one shows some different big toes just shotup in my
So Stephen Hawkings has said that if we ever develop AI then it could spell the end of humanity: More
eh up all.well it's update time again,i've carried on with the side detail but this time im on the rear quarter.the procedure was the same with the... More
He's got a nice used universe look to him. Nice detail on the base, sticker or decal Alun?
Thanks looking forward to the painting stage but trying not to rush along with the building.


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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