I can agree that most Revell kits are disapointing after building a tamya kit or two. Your cars look great, makes me feel like I need to start a thread posting some of mine, I just dont have a decent camera Keep it up and Ill keep looking!
It's been no updates for a while now, it's because snow melted and i have less time to spend on modelling, but it doesnt mean i stopped
There is a 996 gt3 in the works, it's almost done in fact, i have a few body parts to repaint because of some weird reaction the paint had. Rolling chassis and interior is done.
Hey guys! Long time no updates!
I finally finished my Tamiya 996 GT3
It's not perfect nor my best, but i was anxious to finish it after a whole summer not touching it
Here it is:
And one more on the shelf:
Next one on operating table:
Tamiya 1/24 1985 Porsche 959
Oooo - wait 'till you build that sucker. Since you built the Fujimi 930 Turbo, you probably know what you're up against. That is a challenging kit, loads of fun and really nice when done, but boy, oh boy. It's a tough one.
Here's mine at about 50%
IMG_2266 by geofftii2002, on Flickr
IMG_2267 by geofftii2002, on Flickr
^There's a reason Fujimi gives you those little stands to display the engine on if you want. They're brilliant!
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Wow that RS is stunning, is it a Fujimi?
Here's a little progress on the A4 DTM, it's almost 100% complete, all that's left are the side stickers, and the driver-side mirror that i lost somewhere in the garage
Next one on the operating table is the 993 GT2, and i bought this too:
It fits really well like most tamiya kits, but there is not much to assemble.
The engine is built in the chassis so its only a matter of painting it.
Interior is pretty good with a cage and a couple of facultative accessories.
There are like 4 different options for the rear spoiler.
Dont expect it to occupy you for a long time, i've done it in less than a week not touching it every day
Sheesh, you just keep churning these out!
Off to a good start on the Volvo. I think most of your time will be spent decaling lol
My current build keeps fvcking me over on the paint job lol...I've already stripped it once, and repaired too many flaws in the finish, both before and after clearcoating...but getting there.