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  1. I swear, all I did was open the box and have a look, The usual top quality BanDai kit. Super crisp mouldings, snap-fix and in the one colour grey. Next thing, the head has miraculously built itself (while I watch a film)
  2. Star Wars 'Y'-Wing 'What's a Bandai/Revell kit?', I hear you say. Well, it's a Bandai kit for sure, but Revell are the European distributor and it has a Revell reference and logo on the box, so here it is. For those of you that have never acquired any of these Bandai kits, I will say here and now they are without doubt the most sublime little boxes of deliciousness that, as a plastiholic, you are ever likely to encounter. This one was first released in 2015 and it's only recently that I have seen kits by other manufacturers and genres that come close, or are equivalen
  3. As the seasons change, and winter approaches, it is time to return to the bench with the stress levels almost back to nermal. So, what to kick the mojo off with? Typhoon, Catalina, nope, a small (and I mean Small!) Razor Crest. Bandai jobby off ebay, and I knew it was not going to be large, but I didn't think Tiny! Yes, that's the Whole kit on an A4 file. Strangely,Im looking forward to this
  4. Visiting Australia last year I happened to walk into a toy shop in Brisbane and found they were selling the Bandai Star Wars kits. I treated myself to a Star Destroyer and the Millennium Falcon, the latter for the princely sum of AU$29.99: As a palate cleanser between more involved builds, I decided to have a go at it today. It's a pretty simple snap together kit: I'm always impressed with Bandai's mouldings. They may be expensive, but there's no flash anywhere and the fit is no less than perfect. Consulting with a knowledgeable party (cheers Rich) about colours, I decid
  5. Muttley

    Diver Nami

    Because, why not.
  6. Muttley

    Captain Fett

    Well, Captain Marvelous Fett is finished! I have a base in hand, but for now, here she is
  7. Inspired by a friends CosPlay mash up of Captain Marvel and Boba Fett. Have decided to have a play about and do my own version.
  8. One of my quickest ever builds at five hours total, here's the Bandai 1/350 Millennium Falcon which I've just finished. A snap kit, which was perfectly moulded with no fit problems at all, only let down by the thick and unsticky stickers. Tiny little thing, less than four inches long, but I've photographed it with a single directional light source and fiddled with the backgrounds a bit, to give it a more suitable setting... Cheers, Dean
  9. Because, what else is there for me to do today? A dig into the Telford Gundam haul and a quick 24 hr build. Firstly, anyone read Japanese? Just as well this is a BanDai kit All I have done so far is prime the sprues while I workout a Stealthy colour scheme for this.
  10. 1/48 Snowspeeder Whilst these kits have been brought into the European market by Revell, they're still marketed as Bandai, hence posting this review with 'others'. The subject matter should need little introduction, although if it does, check out this clip from The Empire Strikes Back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Mj7c1DEQ00 This Bandai series of Star Wars kits have been around for several years, but I don't want to say too much, I think the images of the kit speak for themselves. Here we go.
  11. So change of plan on what I'm building, I picked this up at a show on Sunday and as soon as I opened the box i just had to build it looking at the Sprues this is a work of art Now obligatory Sprue shots Now this surprised me 3 colours of plastic on the same sprue including a wookie. Now some pics of details I have to say I'm looking forward to this
  12. My wife put this together over a few hours and there's a review of the kit in the review section. It's bandai's 1/144 Scale and it's a beautiful kit
  13. Bandai Y-Wing Starfighter 1/144 Scale Vehicle Model 005 Bought on ebay for £5.99 So I bought this on eBay for a fiver as due to stupid licensing rules Bandai kits aren't available in the UK. I didn't know what to expect but. Here goes. So in the tiny box which is a tray and lid type box we have 4 sprues in white plastic and a stand in black. Along with a sheet of stickers? And the first thing that comes to mind is why stickers, but then when you see the size of this kit you understand that these kits are probably aimed at the casual modeller, kids or wargamers.
  14. Wow as i say a real time Bandit. I think this is the longest build of a Falcon i have had. I was watching the TT pre race shows on tv when i started this. I have been building it every evening since. Wow what a model though. Its just amazing and really lives up to the hype. It fits together flawlessly. This is the Perfect grade standard version. This means it comes with stickers instead of decals and no light system. Dont be fooled by the fact they are stickers and not decals , they are made of a very thin vinyl and settle down as good as decals , and were easier and quicker to use. The light
  15. Afternoon all, Long time no speak! Here's my first completion in almost a year after something of a hiatus last year. It's another beauty from Bandai, their lovely TIE Interceptor, arguably the coolest looking ship of them all. I mixed up a concoction of blues and greys to achieve the blue/grey of the ships from Episode VI, although I'm not entirely sure I've got it quite right.... As usual I've cut and engraved my own base from acrylic to finish the model off. Bandai 1/72 TIE Interceptor by Shaun Schofield, on Flickr Bandai 1/72 TIE Interceptor by Shaun Schofield, on Flickr
  16. Evening all, Thought I'd share a selection of images of my most recent builds. All are 1/72 courtesy of Bandai, and all were a joy to build. The engineering in them is just incredible! The bases are custom made using a laser engraver at my work. Bandai 1/72 TIE Fighter by Shaun Schofield, on Flickr Bandai 1/72 TIE Fighter by Shaun Schofield, on Flickr Bandai 1/72 T-65 X-Wing Starfighter by Shaun Schofield, on Flickr Bandai 1/72 T-65 X-Wing Starfighter by Shaun Schofield, on Flickr Bandai 1/72 T-65 X-Wing Starfighter by Shaun Schofield, on Flickr Bandai 1/72 TIE A
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