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JMSDF Defender Kongo (Update Ver.) (Plastic model)

JMSDF Defender Kongo (Update Ver.) (Plastic model)

5  jeudi 06 novembre, 2014
par Skyragi  Australia  

DDG-173, JDS Kongou.

As with every Hasegawa kit I have completed, greatly detailed for the scale, and broken down instructions manage to make the stacks of parts disappear into 4 major pieces before you know it.
Spent 3 days on and off constructing Kongou, and I am very pleased with the outcome. And her sheer size compared to destoryers of the past age really puts into perspective.
Good job Hasegawa. I'll be looking forward to the next Kongou class in the line up.


1/700 Japanese Destroyer Shimakaze (Plastic model)

1/700 Japanese Destroyer Shimakaze (Plastic model)

3  jeudi 06 novembre, 2014
par Skyragi  Australia  

Fast Destroyer Shimakaze.

As detailed as she is, a great kit, my only problem with her was the die cast metal base plate.
The screws that came with the kit wouldn't hold with the slightly warped hull, so I had to use plugs. Even after binding for two days with glue, the flat cast hull kept peeling from the plastic. It might just be a one off case of poor mould, but be wary of this. Otherwise, she's a nice kit to have. Also one of the longer hulled WWII era destroyers around.


1/700 Destroyer Hibiki

1/700 Destroyer Hibiki

4  jeudi 06 novembre, 2014
par Skyragi  Australia  

Hibiki, an Akastuki class destroyer.

Hibiki was the first kit I had built in years, and thus she didn't turn out perfect, but I still think it was decent effort.
Fairly sized, keeping the gun barrels from sagging on the turret was tricky, but not too hard. An easy kit to begin with if you're wanting to start smaller kits.
An easy build with about 4hrs of work keeping everything in place.


1/700Australian Destroyer Vampire

1/700Australian Destroyer Vampire

5  jeudi 06 novembre, 2014
par Skyragi  Australia  

HMAS Vampire, built 1917, trensferred to Australia 1933. Admiralty V class destroyer.
A very quick build at just 2 hours from opening the box to adding the anchors. Quite small, around the size of an IJN Mutsuki class.
As with most 1/700 kits, themasts were tedious cutting off the tree, though I still managed to turn her out. I will admit the rushed job without the proper tools left her a bit sloppy here and there, but over all, she's a good starter kit.
Great value.


The Idolmaster: Yukiho Hagiwara -Beach Queens Ver.- (PVC Figure)

The Idolmaster: Yukiho Hagiwara -Beach Queens Ver.- (PVC Figure)

5  mardi 29 octobre, 2013
par Skyragi  Australia  

Very well done.
Yukiho looks great with her wind blown swimsuit here.
Plus her trademark shovel! Makes her one of the cutest girls in my collection. :(



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