- Give yourself a non-shiny XXXIV
- Give yourself a basic shiny XXXIII
- Frank Quiltey
- Two heads are better than one
- So close I can smell it…
- Give yourself a Cearley XXXII
- An overly familiar shiny XXXI
- Songs I like CCXXXVIII: Curse of the Contemporary
- Elf yourself a shiny XXX
- Deadpood 2
- Give yourself a post-release now-shiny XXIX
- Songs I like CCXXXVII: SEAGULLS! (Stop It Now)
- Give yourself a pre-release non-shiny XXVIII
- Dominarium Firesnog and Sunspeckled
- Star Wars: The Worst Jedi
- Ash vs Unemployment
- X-Oh Manohwar
- My Dominaria preview card
- Give yourself a shiny Common XXVII
- Give yourself a sheepy XXVI
- Puff The Magic Dragging
- Songs I like CCXXXVI : Hang Me Up To Dry
- Had myself a shiny XXV
Category Archives: Models
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So, along with this bike, there’s been a bunch of other snap fit kits taking up my time. I built this one and it looked nothing like the photos I had seen of it, so was forced to dust off … Continue reading
My new project:
I’ve finished the Space Marine Bike and guessed at the markings to put on as the Codex’s are a little complex. Bearing in mind that this was a trial build and paint job, I’m not very happy with it at … Continue reading
Finally go stared on my Warhammer 40K model test build. One of the main things I’m testing is how well my Mr Color paints work in the stead of Citadel Paints, I don’t want to keep stock of too many … Continue reading
I was in Games Workshop at the weekend getting a couple of new paint brushes and decided to buy myself a Warhammer 40,000 model. I went for something pretty cheap as these little kits can cost quite a lot of … Continue reading
So, after a long wait for a bottle of Mr Color blue paint (the first got lost in transit), I have completed the Blade Runner Spinner. As always, there’s loads of bits I’m not happy with and the fit and … Continue reading
If you don’t look too close, the lights look okay.
Masked and painted the rear. Finally managed to fit the top and bottom sections together. Good old elastic bands to help them stick.
Didn’t get much done today, but I did get the bottom of the Spinner finished. I have also basically finished the interior. Still quite a bit left to do though.
I managed to actually finish up some sections of the Spinner today, and gloss coated the underside. Unfortunately I had an issue with some white sections that needed painting. As you can see from the images below, it was always … Continue reading
Today I moved on to masking the tyre section of the wheels off. Not as easy as it sounds as I had to cut a lot of small curved sections (very time consuming). Quite happy with the results though, and … Continue reading
As well as the flying bits of wheels, there are also the road going ones. These have been painted in Mr Color Tire Black. It’s an odd shade, but I’m sure will look fine when completed. There are also way … Continue reading
If you look at my previous post, and then at the pictures below, you’ll see that I have repainted the “details” in the cockpit as I simply couldn’t get them right. What I have actually managed to do satisfactorily is … Continue reading
I’m sort of starting to put bits of this together, but still details, details, details…
I’m not hurrying this model as I’ve had too many problems crashing on too fast in the past. So, you can see from the dates of these posts, I’m constantly whittling away at it. Today, I finally got the light … Continue reading
Not posting much, but the work on the Blade Runner kit is still progressing. Here I’ve painted the cockpit interior and masked off ready to finally get the blue paint slapped on the outside. Here’s one I prepared earlier. … Continue reading
While on holiday this week, I figured I’d have plenty of time to work on my Spinner model. This hasn’t been the case, although I have managed to do something.
Finally got my new model kit today: The Blade Runner Spinner from Fujimi.
Once the base coats dried, I then chromed up the barrel etc. and used steel coloured paint on the gun body. Once that dried, it was a gloss coat of Alclad Klear Kote.
It’s been a while coming, but my next project is now under way. With this Nerf, I’m going to try some weathering on it when it’s done.
I’m not happy with it, but it’s done and I just want to move on…