Plaster “applique” upgrade. Very nicely done.
Thank You, after few years I decided to back to modelling I have some kits to finish, this M113 is one o these.
This Legend set is looking very good indeed, and its only looks hard to do, try compare it to Stryker slat armour, thats a nightmare
Yeah - I have Voyager Model PEA318 slat armour for D9R in my stash. One year ago when I was just starting the hobby I tough it would be a brilliant idea to use it for my MENG SS-010 instead of the kit’s slat armour
I don’t know why but the rods seem to make it more difficult. The T-62 slat set looks very busy but at least you had notches to set everything.
I haven’t built the Meng kit but plan for a non slat version.
Yeah I used that old Verlinden set many years ago and it actually came out nice but this set looks way more comprehensive.
Here is a Pontos Photo set in 1/700 scale. 4 large sections of PE for a 13 inch ship model.
Pontos Models 1945 Yamato Review (modelwarships.com)
I would have expected better from Pontos. The quality of the plastic parts is a bit lacking. Looks like they contracted Trumpeter (or parent company) to do the plastic production. It would have been an awesome model if Pontos had contracted Flyhawk instead.
In reply to myself, Robin’s post takes the win… That is the worse case scenario, x98. Or however may links there are per side. No. Thank. You.
Imo just about anything from Voyager could be listed here…yet i keep buying and building them.
can you show me a good ones? I continue over heating metals parts…
I was recently told of the existence of Part’s PE 1/72 scale TKS tankette:
When built, the thing is 36 mm long!!!
And although not fitting the “PE nightmare” topic, but still a nightmare:
Eso’s 1/72 scale plastic kit of the same vehicle with individual tracklinks to build both tracks:
Holy micro-calamities Batman!
Those make the Eduard striped down series seem easy.