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Hello. I have acquired a fairly substantial lot of greenmax kits on ebay so I am creating a post dedicated to the kits from this lot. This is where I will blog/journal and talk about each kit in different stages of the build. There are 14 kits, 6 with power units and 8 economy kits. I am no stranger to greenmax kits and lately they have really been my thing. All of these kits are older releases and some are packaged far differently than what I am used to in the newer kits. I wish they still packaged the decal sheets for starters, the old economy kits have them. I occasionally see people ask questions about greenmax kits so I am hoping to share what I have learned to help others if they are contemplating on greenmax. ....so what's next? The keikyu 1500 series of course. I am a keikyu fan and their rolling stock dominates my collection. So I will get to that kit first and share the updates when they come. Until then, Cheers
I will be making several videos on how to assemble and build a Hydrostone kit from GUNG-HO! Miniatures. We will be going over the kit preparation basics first before moving onto painting and assembly in future episodes. Feel free to share any tips and tricks you have. Enjoy! You can find details on the manufacturer here in this part of the forum: http://www.jnsforum.com/community/topic/11773-new-startup-gung-ho-miniatures-n-scale-railway-warehouse-brick-village-house-and-station-hand-cart-accessories/
A couple of new structures from Amagi Modeling Idea 1/150 Scale Paper Model Kit Station Series 06 : Ghost Station & Waiting Room http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10326616 1/150 Scale Paper Model Kit Station Series 07 : Local Station Building / Higashishinjo Station Type http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/10326615 not inexpensive, but look nicely detailed from the pictures and some interesting buildings. Its unfortunate they don't seem to do reruns much of some of their other buildings as a few of those were unique. the beauty of lasercut stuff is you should be able to do another production run pretty easily and packaging is minimal! http://www.1999.co.jp/eng/search?typ1_c=104&cat=&state=&sold=0&sortid=0&searchkey=amagi+paper+model cheers jeff