Making the Unreal Real ... One Sprue at a Time

“We are people who, on a daily basis, risk their health or their very lives with toxic chemicals; hazardous materials (glue, cement, solvents, paints, plastics, etc); dangerous tools (both sharp and high-speed); inhospitable environments (dining-room table, all-too-comfy-chair, dogs, cats, kids, bad lighting, etc.) and the downright dastardly antics of kit manufacturers who, be they mega-corporation or garage-kit maker insist on not quite doing their job right so that we have to work a bit harder; are only making miniatures of their favourite subjects for their own and other people's pleasure.”

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Great result!  Some really imaginative ideas in there as well.
Alun Yesterday, 23:12
I've got some finishing off on a couple of models and then was going to move onto the Into Darkness Enterprise.  But to be honest I can't face... More
Alun Yesterday, 23:11
yep, could be. Was very sceptical about the Trek reboot but love the thing. Galactica needs to be in a class of it's own.
Thanks. This is one from a few years ago now and if only I could remember how I painted him!!!!  I know I was going for a real life denim and... More
That gun is so much better than the original. The only thing about is why have full body armour and leave the neck unprotected?
No worries alun. Still hopibg someone has a spare set for sale.
sorry yours are brilliantly painted by the way..
i have the spiderman and wolverine of these along with other horizon kits some i never got round to doing or finishing my spiderman id stood on the... More
very nice job subjects nice too :D scroll down the homepage for full description of how and why its better than traditional superglues somthing... More
oh and war glue from
hi bud bookmarked that big tin, heres the big one of 2 i bought..... More
Thanks for the heads up on this one  Pete I've missed 2 shows already this year. Crewe and Peterborough my local show, only new it was on... More
cancel that.. managed to find one that'll do the trick eventually.. a two part ball that's used for putting decorations etc in and has a little... More
Looking for an at st chicken leg walker from star wars. Anyone got one in there stash they want to trade or sell.


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
The Model I picked this large 1:350 scale NX-01 Enterprise from ModelZone in Holborn, having bought the Refit Enterprise previously. Like it's cousin it is a big kit, but not quit... more

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