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Re: 1/35 masterpiece models
Resin is a different material and a different "way of doing things" but it's not really any harder. You just need different glue, some different tools and an open mind. The only time it's more difficult is if you are trying to do things that involve a lot of cutting into of things. If you want to put an interior into a solid material, you have more work to do.....
i have seen the word "resin" many times, usually a different category than sprue kits ? the images i have seen resin is a beige color or tan, and the ships, i think, it looks like , are already half built, with few parts to add,the material also looks thicker , i certainly dont mind doing homework to find out what resin kits are and how they come together, thank you
They released a 1/35 resin kit not too long ago, infact some one was selling one here about $50 off retail $150 if I remember right. You can go to their website and even download the instructions for their kits. They have quite a complete line of Brown Water Navy kits and just released a PBR Mark 1 and will soon release an update kit for the Tamiya MK 2 that I will definitely get.
looking for a PCF ( swift boat ) from vietnam era 1:48 scale, or smaller or larger doesnt matter, that just happens to be the scale that every hobby site i visited and found they were "out of stock", and apparently its not a popular boat, but it happens to be to me
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