Batman 1996-97 1/8 model kits

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    Batman 1996-97 1/8 model kits

    Managed to pick this little set again as I caught the model building bug again. Great fun to build, a bit tricky but worth the hassle! The Riddler has proved to be the most difficult to paint given all his ? symbols which are sculpted into the suit so no avoiding them. Poison Ivy and Joker on Throne are impressive sculpts and go well in the set.


































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    [url=https://flic.kr/p/2ifm6gi]



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      #3
      Impressive! Very very cool

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        #4
        Oh, the modeling bug. I know it well and have to fight it every now and then. Looks like you are having a great time Dave.

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          #5
          Thanks. So glad I managed to get back into crafting again. It's easy to forget how good it is to just lose yourself in something you enjoy.

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            #6
            Very cool. Thank you for posting, Dave.
            I really like that you have included the different stages of putting them together and painting them

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              #7
              Originally posted by Stig View Post
              Very cool. Thank you for posting, Dave.
              I really like that you have included the different stages of putting them together and painting them
              You know I like to encourage folk to give something artsy a try

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                #8
                Very nice! When I was a kid I had SO many Thunderbird model kits! I used to go around shops with my grandparents, who of course used to love indulging their grandkids. We would visit them in Lincoln on our school holidays and I would spend so much time making and painting them. Tracy Island was a highlight! I spent my other time with my grandads camera making stop-motion films with my Jurassic Park toys, pretending to be Steven Spielberg.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by FrodoEyes View Post
                  Very nice! When I was a kid I had SO many Thunderbird model kits! I used to go around shops with my grandparents, who of course used to love indulging their grandkids. We would visit them in Lincoln on our school holidays and I would spend so much time making and painting them. Tracy Island was a highlight! I spent my other time with my grandads camera making stop-motion films with my Jurassic Park toys, pretending to be Steven Spielberg.
                  Have you ever thought of giving it a go again? Either the model making or filming? Surprising how memories come back and you actually enjoy it

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                    #10
                    Dave Mac great stuff! Thanks for sharing

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                      #11
                      The portly fishmonger is finished. On to the next villain






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                        #12
                        Those are looking amazing Dave.

                        Looks like you are having lots of fun working on these models.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Minuialwen View Post
                          Those are looking amazing Dave.

                          Looks like you are having lots of fun working on these models.
                          It's a good way to unwind I find and no doubt a project that will at some point be replaced for a while I fear going off my previous record for staying on task

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