niedziela, 13 maja 2012


This is my first Chinese vehicle and probably not the last. I bought it because of the 4-toned camo and it was worth it.
The build was very easy - all parts fitted together and I finished the building process after two evenings. In the end I prepared shells, antenna rods and lifebuoy to create more real apperarance. One disadvantage only - the rear and front flaps. The "hydraulically" actuated flaps don't work in the kit the same as in real vehicle. So a little drop of glue were needed to keep all element in correct place.
Maybe this is not so popular subject but even than it's very interesting kit. Well, it's a huge kit - the lenght is almost 30cm! So who says the size doesn't matter? :-)

Edit: "Made in China" article and pics will be featured in Tamiya Model Magazine International soon :-)  This is the reaso why I reduce the amount of the pictures.


środa, 9 maja 2012


As I promised, some shots of my newest kit.
This is Academy set build straight from the box. I called her "Sabaton Fan" to make a tribute for one of my favourite bands from Sweden.
The build was easy (but the producer should put more attencion to some minor details). The shape of the body is very expressive and the camo scheme fit the vehicle perfectly. So hope you like this kit :-)

The overall view:

And the details:

And the movie:

środa, 2 maja 2012

CV-90 40 B&C

I finished them. Easy to build and nice to paint :-) Here they are:

Today only one photo. I'm going to published both of them later :-)