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  1. Cheeky sneak peak of the 1:72 AMT Razorcrest... Love Bandai but theirs is too small for me. https://culttvman.com/main/razorcrest-preview-from-round-2/?fbclid=IwAR3xJGba7E0fAV9ywE5C5KniBWAKSMkMA9uZC3-MozPDx8e_mM4V_6vhT1Y
  2. Thought it was just me with the pliers as part of airbrush cleaning routine.
  3. I have built the AMT ERTL Millennium Falcon before and cut down the side walls... cut down the antenna dish... modified the cockpit windows etc and was happy with that... Recently I've picked up another and this Blue Moon upgrade set. The previous version is gear up flying so this one will be grounded with the boarding ramp down etc. There are more accurate falcons out there but I do like the fun of making what you can from this kit... it's more like how the original models were made.
  4. Having a look at the kit... there are a lot of parts and it is very intricate with a lot of very finely cast pieces. It's more kit than a 1:72 X-wing or spitfire and I'd guess sells less well. It's my new favourite kit.
  5. Sorry for not getting back sooner... wanted to check it came through OK and with the current state of the world took longer than expected but arrived this morning. https://www.365games.co.uk/sci-fi-and-space-model-kits/star-wars-b-wing-172-bandai-model-kit
  6. I just didn't want a c os player Han Solo on my shelf.
  7. I bought one recently from an online shop... not the bidding site. £33 free delivery... I stumped up the extra 99p though for next day delivery.
  8. I just posted this over in the Sci Fi section but then realised it probably belongs over here in the figures section? Picked this old AMT ERTL Han Solo up cheaply and the actual figure I rather like, although the face is awful. A bit of research later and I ordered a replacement 1:6 head... you can get them pre-painted etc but found a plain one. They are for the Hot Toys figures I think but is the correct scale for this. Much better don't you think.
  9. Picked this oldie up cheaply and the actual figure I rather like... the face is awful though. A bit of research later and ordered a replacement 1:6 head... you can get them pre-painted etc but found a plain one. I think they are for the Hot Toys figures really but is the correct scale for this. Much better don't you think.
  10. Looking absolutely fantastic! Might have to have a go at paper modelling myself sometime, your last build has been an inspiration... I've used Photoshop for business for the last 20 years but don't think I'd be able to engineer something like this.
  11. Must be something in the air... I dug my copy of this kit down out of the loft yesterday. I'd got as far as glueing and sanding the main parts... leaving them separate where possible to help painting. It is a big kit... not keen on the plastic though.
  12. Wow brilliant work sir... Looks fantastic!!!
  13. This fantastic pair of figures... Spider-man and Green Goblin were two of my favourite comic characters from my childhood. No idea what scale these are... I've seen 1/8 mentioned but they are definitely bigger than that maybe 1/6?
  14. Posted this in the Sci-fi section but guess it belongs here really... Metal Captain Ahab from Scale 75's Steam Wars.
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