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Scale Model Life Magazine- Issue 9

The newest edition of Scale Model Life is out.

In this issue I've filled it with some great model kits. The AMT Wedge Dragster makes it's mark after decades of never being released. I built a few of them as a kid, so it's nice to see it out again.

The new Moebius Models Mercury Comet Cyclone hits the stage with some mild modifications and a street machine attitude. The Ford Race Team gets ready for the track using a Monogram Ford F350 Duallie, with a matching Revell 1966 Ford Mustangs Shelby GT350R. Both work well with a build of the 38' foot Galaxie Unlimited Race Trailer.

Check out Revells new pre-colored modern muscle Dodge SRT8 kit. It's a worthwhile and easy car to build. Tom Daniel's Vandal gets a make over as a highway patrol (sort of). To round out the kits included, there's a Fujimi Ford GT40 from LeMans. As always, you'll see modeling tips, ideas, mods, and ideas for you to try.

I had fun with this issue, and for the most part, none of the kits had two many problems to deal with. But I hope the info here helps you with your model projects in the future.

Keep building!


Scale Model Life - New Issue!

Scale Model Life Magazine Volume 8

The newest edition of Scale Model Life is out. Actually, it's been out about a month, I'm just getting around to posting it. It's a busy time right now!

This issue features a Dodge Monaco, the George Barris Bathtub Buggy, the AMT Depth Charger Aqua Rod, a Hasbro Terrain Cruiser, a Lindberg Dodge Charger State Trooper car, and a 1/12 scale Tom Danial Red Baron kit. A few of these were in some older books I did years ago, but I've included them with more text and more (better) images. The others are fresh off the model bench.

This is Volume 8, and it's taken longer than I always plan on getting the magazine done. I build the models myself, one at a time, so that can take more time than I thought it would, depending on the subject. Cars aren't to bad, because in some respects, they're all similar. But they can still pose issues that need to be solved, and problems to work out. Often times I'm waiting on supplies. Paint, another donor kit, or something I didn't plan on whan I started the model. I am already working on the next issue, and I'm excited about some of the models that will be included. It wll be cars again, as far as the subjects. Though, I'm thinking there's another Scifi edition on the near horizon.

So if you've been waiting for the newest issue, now's the time to get yours. And remember, always drop me an email if you have a question about the models in the book. There isn't room to fit everything inside, so sometimes things get missed. I'm glad to help where I can. Enjoy!


Scale Model Life Magazine Volume 7 is now out!

Scale Model Life Volume 7 has been finished and is out now

The newest issue of Scale Model Life is now available. It's taken a while to get it finished, but there's more packed into this issue than ever. The MPC Plymouth Volare' / Road Runner as a road racer, the MPC Ford Pinto Wagon in all it's 1970's vibe - with a V8!, a 70's Ford Torino built for speed, Tom Daniel's T'Rantula with a twist, a Fujimi racing Kart, a Lindberg Dodge 330 street machine, and Revell's '70 Dodge Charger as the Ghost Rider's personal ride of Robbie Reyes!

Of course, there's plenty of model modifications, tips and full color images to keep you busy. Grab your issue today!


Scale Model Life Magazine - Pickup Trucks Issue

The new issue of Scale Model Life has hit the stands. This issue covers pickup trucks kits.

Although I knew this issue would be car modeling as far as the subjects, it just sort of morphed into being an all truck issue on it's own. But don't worry, I have plenty of car models left to build, and some new ones coming out I hope to have time to review in future issues.

In this Volume 5 issue I cover the Moebius 1970's Ford Ranger pickup truck. This is a great kit, and one that can be built so many ways. It's hard not to just buy a case of them and start building. There are two in this issue. The other truck models are an AMT 2003 Ford F150 Extra Cab, the Testors Chevy (Van Halen) Boyd Hauler, the Revell '55 Ford F100 street machine, and the AMT Dodge Deora, as well as AMT's Ford Lightning. Of course, there are some tips and ideas along the way.

With this all new issue #5, and it was for the most part, a fun magazine to write, I was finally able to assemble some kits I've had for years, some that you don't see built to often. I planned on having some cars too, but the truck kits were just screamin' to be built. So if you like trucks - this is definitely the issue for you! I hope you enjoy it.


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Scale Models - October

October already! The end of the year is creeping up on us all. That means the model companies will be having a mad rush to get every (new) product they can out the door and ready for the Holidays. Which is ok with me, there are some model kits I'm just itching to get.

Recent kits have been coming out already, and Revell has finally popped out the Starsky & Hutch Ford Torino. Even if you're not a fan of the show, you may want to grab a couple just to build it because it's a 1970's car, and it's a Ford. I'm not sure air shocks, and big & little tires will make a come back, but back in the day, that's what we rolled with in the 70's.

It's been a few years (1980s ?) since MPC issued "The General" locomotive. Lucky for us, it's 1/25 scale, so you can find ways to mix and match with some other model parts and pieces. Mat Irvine once use the kit to make a scene like in the Back to the Future movie". So if you feel ambitious, have a go at it. There are certainly plenty of BTTF Delorian kits around. Hopefully the MPC train kit will be out before the end of the year.

Of course, with the new Star Wars movie coming out in December, there's a whole stable of new Star Wars model kits. So far, they're all from Revell. Four of the smaller (kids) versions are out now, and later, four larger scale kits will be issued. Some time before the end of the year I'm sure. In case you didn't notice, the Millennium Falcon now has a hew rectangular antenna (deflector?) on top.

There really hasn't been anything super exciting with the AMT Star Trek kits. Since the Polar Lights 1:350 Enterprise, there's just been a few smaller kits coming, and a reissue of the cutaway Enterprise. Granted, that Polar Lights kit is a very hard act to follow.

That doesn't mean Round won't be giving Scifi fans what they want. With their 22-inch Space 1999 Eagle coming out, they'll have model fans standing in line for that kit, and then some. It's much anticipated. It's at the top of my list this year for sure.

Moebius should be kicking their all new tool of the Mercury Comet out the door soon, and the Pontiac Ventura is just behind it. They've had quite the success with their car and truck models, which is a very good thing, because they don't seem to fear making an all new kit if they think the demand is there. Anyone who's met Frank at a model show knows he's on fire about model kits. And really, how often do you meet someone from any model company in person? Moebius and Frank do it right. And their kits are top notch items.

Hopefully the year will end with a lot of new and interesting kits. But there's always 2016. Maybe someone will give us some hints as to what's coming in the future.

If you're wondering what I'm working on, I am building a few kits. Some for the next issue of Scale Model Life, but also, for me personally, an Italeri PT Boat. I haven't had the time I wish I had lately, but things are going well with them, and I am having some fun with the kits.


On the Scifi front:

There were two shows that came out banging, which were Killjoys, and Dark Matter. I liked both shows. They're a bit gritty, high on action, and lot's of mystery and secrets. Probably the most notable thing is that there is very little techno babble. Which is ok once in a while, I don't have a problem with it. Both shows left us with a cliffhanger so to speak, so I'm hoping both will get renewed.

On Dark Matter, I think Number One is next to useless the way the character is written. But we'll have to see what the next season brings. All I know is that he talks too much, and doesn't quite fit in with the rest of the crew. Even the teenage girl Five is far more interesting story wise, and it makes sense why she might not want to go berserker in a tight situation.

On Killjoys, making the team a threesome with Johns brother just threw a wrench in the whole flow of the show. I do think that John should hook up with the Doctor Simms, she seems to like him (as written) and that could add a dynamic to the show. I don't care if we never see Johns brother again, he slows up the show.

Agents of SHIELD is back. Daisy has matured more, and it fits in with the changes to the show. Coulsan has lost his suit, and I HATE THAT. That was his super power. His authority. That's what made him different from the rest of the team. He was the leader. Now he dresses like everyone else, and is virtually un-noticed. I don't feel he represents SHIELD anymore, just a band of people doing what they want.

The show is still good, that's a nit pick from me. And Ward? Why can't this guy just die. This show needs to move on from him. They had to many opportunities to kill him and didn't in the show, which is just clumsy. Ugh.

Just caught the Flash, and that again looks like it's off to a good start. The bad guys are lame, but I get that, it's in line with the comics. The Flash always had low key villains. The Flash beats bad guys more with his wits than using brute force. Again, that fits with the comics. Regardless, it's a fun show to watch.

Dr. Who. *Sigh*. Peter makes a great Doctor, but Clara just never seems to jive with him. If only she was gone, gone, gone. We almost got that wish at the end of the last season, but she chose to stay on. Ever since the very first episode with her and Matt Smith, she has no wonderment in her soul, no imagination. Even the Doctor has that, he still likes to explore and see new things. She just seems to be what has been described, a cold empty shell who wants to get her way.

Eventually she'll be gone, and we can see how Peter C. does with a new companion. Now that would be a new season to watch.


Scale Model Life: Building Scale Model Kits Magazine (Volume 4)

Issue 4 of the Scale Model Life is out now. This issue has a focus on diecast cars. I know what you're thinking, it should be about plastic model car kits. And maybe you would be right. But a lot of car modelers I know do buy diecast, for several reasons. One, they usually buy a car that's probably not available in plastic. Two, what I see happen is that they buy them for parts. Tires, wheels, bodies. Diecast cars are good for stripping off the parts you need to build the car you want.

But there are also car model kits that are all diecast, but more often, a hybrid. Part plastic, but with a metal body. Sometimes they're even prepainted. But you can still strip them, paint them, detail them, redo them. Many times diecast cars cost less than a plastic model. So you can still have a great time building (or RE-building) them.

This book discusses how to do all these things. How to make a diecast car (or truck) model you build, even better, than stock out of the box. Don't fear diecast cars , embrace them. Make them into the cars of your dreams.


scale model life diecast cars volume 4


Scale Model Life Magazine - Figures Edition

The third issue of Scale Model Life magazine is now out!

This issue focuses on figure models. Iv'e been building figure models now and then for many years. They normally involve different materials, from resin, to vinyl, to plastic. But often times, even today, I still here modelers groan when a new figure kit is released, and they say, "Oh, to bad it's vinyl instead of plastic, otherwise I would buy one .......".

Sometimes the comments, are " have to paint it with acrylics...", or you have to use special glue, or "..they're too hard to put together..."

So I resolved in this issue to crack open some old and new figure kits and hopefully show others that, while a little different, resin and vinyl kits can be built almost like any plastic kit. The book includes modifications, making bases for them so they can stand up, plenty of putty and sanding, and many general tips to get you started building your own figure model kits.

I believe after you read this book, you'll have no fear building any resin, vinyl or plastic figure kit. You can do it!


scale model life magazine figure models


Scale Model Life Magazine Volume 2 - Sci-fi Issue

It's been a long journey, and now my 11th book is available.

I've long wanted to write books, but with the busy life I've led, it just never rose to the top of the list. But the desire was always there. Fortunately, with the option of "on demand printing", the world has changed, and virtually anyone can write, and publish whatever book they want to. I find this very important. Think of all the knowledge, valuable knowledge and insights that were never recorded, and lost to time.

Think of the people today who are experts in what they do, whether it's a carpenter, an engaver, a craftsman. Think of the knowledge that disappears when they eventually move on and pass away. Is it morbid? Not at all. With anyone being able to publish a book, the knowledge in their head, which comes from decades of experiance, can now be put down in writing. Preserved. Passed on. It's an opportunity that's now available to anyone. Not that my knowledge is exceptional. Maybe it's not even important. But it's who I am. I've always had the desire to teach, and writing my books allows me to express information about one of my favorite hobbys, and teach some along the way. It's a good combination.

This new book, Scale Model Life Magazine Volume 2 - the Sci-fi Issue, is the latest so far. All my previous model books were about cars, which seems odd, since I've been building Sci-fi kits since I was young. But till now, I haven't written anything about them. Now it's time to delve into other kinds of models, and build some I've been itching to assemble for quite a while. Plus lately, there have been a lot of new kits that I've never built before, and I really want to tackle them. So I expect there will be more model books written on subjects (or at least kits) other than cars. That doesn't mean you won't see any more car books, I have plenty of cars and truck model kits, ready to be opened and built, but maybe a break is in order. So don't stray to far, there will be another car book before long.

So if you like Sci-fi models, I think you will like this newest edition. Check it out. Inside you'll find articles on the Classic AMT X-Wing, the Moebius Ironman figure, AMT's 12-inch Mr. Scott (a vinyl kit), how to build a Zombie diorama, the Moebius Battlestar Galactica Cylon Raider (including lighting it up with LEDS!), a B-Movie scratch built Space Pod Lander, the Polar Lights 1966 Batmobile, the AMT UFO Mystery Pirate Ship, and much more!


scale model life magazine issue 2 scifi


Scale Model Life: Building Scale Model Kits Magazine (Volume 1)

The all new Premiere Issue of Scale Model Life Magazine is out.

This issue covers several model car builds. Including the 1/8 scale Revell 1932 Ford Hot Rod. There's plenty of chrome on that kit, and a modified Ford 302 V8. Along with the car, you can see how the Moebius Models Black Widow kit can be modified to represent a great 1/8 scale Show Girl to go with your Hot Rod.

The magazine also features a build of Aoshima's Toyota Twin Turbo GT. This model includes the engine, so it makes a perfect sleeper car kit, but has plenty of engine detail to make a great model build. Also along those lines, there's a build of Monogram's Mazda RX7, featuring the famous 13B Rotary engine.

Moebius Models makes another entry with their Wayne Industries Tumbler Batmobile. See how this unusual kit is assembled, and why it's different than any car kit you've ever built before. Of couse, you can never have enough Hot Rods, so we've thrown in an older kit, Revell's 1/16 Street Rod. This kit represents a modern 1934 Rod with modern disc brakes, a small block Chevy 350, and custom chassis.

So be sure get your issue today!


scale model life magazine book issue 1


Reading Science Fiction Books

I've read a lot of Science Fiction books in my time, ever since I was a kid. I read all the classics from HG Wells to Jules Verne from my school libraries, and probably a few hundred paperbacks after those. Of course, this was during the 1970's, and paperbooks were maybe only $ 1.50 each. I also had a lot of friends who read books all the time as well, and swapping books between us was very common. I remember one kid I didnt even know that well in high school, but we had a lot of classes together, and we swapped Scifi and fantasy books all the time. Some of the first books I remember reading, around the fourth grade (outside of the classics), was the Danny Dunn series books, and one book called The Shy Stegosarus of Cricket Creek. I think my favorite Danny Dunn book was the time travel one which involved Benjamin Franklin. To this day, if I went back in time, I think I would like to meet him the most. Peter Pan was a good one too, with the intrduction of the first curse word I saw in a book (for those of you that have never actually read Peter Pan, Tinkerbell calls him a "silly ass" a couple of times). Later in high school it was the Dragons of Pern, Macroscope, and probably all of Arthur C Clarke's books along with many other popular Scifi writers. I remember around when I was in the fifth grade, begging my mother to buy me a book at a department store. The book? A Gerry Anderson UFO series paperback.

Fantasy books covered various series, which of course, I had to read and own all of them. Series such as Conan (Conan meets an alien in the first book! You probably didn't that!), Tarzan (unlike the movies, Tarzan was quite intelligent and could read and write), John Carter of Mars, to name but a few. Scifi series I read covered standards like all the original James Blish Star Trek Books and later on, other Star Trek paperbacks, which I read on and off through the late 1980s. Sometimes in my life there have been big gaps when I didn't read much science fiction for one reason or another. Not enough time I suppose. I work a lot.

Anyways, lately I've been reading a few books again, Science Fiction of course. And I recommend these books if you to are a reader, and interested. The first one is really a series. I stumbled across the second book, which I read right away. It was a good book, so I went back and read the first book. That was just as good, so I wrapped them all up with the third book in the series. It may seem weird to do it that way, but the books were very connected, and well written. The first book is The Atlantis Gene, volume two is The Atlantis Plague, and the third and last book is The Atlantis World. After reading three good books in a row, I wanted to read others, and then I found myself back in the saddle again and enjoying reading Science Fiction. I wanted to read some new Star Trek books, and I settled on a few that turned out very well. I probably enjoy the time travel ones more than others, so that brings us to Star Trek: The Original Series: No Time Like the Past. It features Seven of Nine travelling back to work with James Kirk. I liked the story. Next up is Assignment: Eternity (Star Trek: The Original Series). I especially like this one, because once again, we are introduced to Gary Seven. Originally he would have been featured in his own TV series, which never happened, but what if it did? An episode of that show probably would have been like this book. Great read. Clever story. Another good book, which actually features Gary Sevens partner, Roberta Lincoln, is Star Trek: The Original Series: From History's Shadow. It takes place with Kirk, but has several story lines (Project Blue Book, the Majestic 12, aliens on earth...) to keep you busy. I loved it. It's a fun read.

So that's where I am at this point. There is little tie-in with building models, except that I enjoy building Scifi kits. Though I have plenty of Scifi reading under my belt, and I enjoy the genre. If you like Science Fiction, you may enjoy these books I mentioned. Despite my book reading history at the start of this post. Check'em out!


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Book: Building Scale Jeep Models: Modifying and Assembling Jeep & 4X4 Model Kits

Book: Building Scale Jeep Models: Modifying and Assembling Jeep & 4X4 Model Kits

The new model book is out, Building Scale Jeep Models: Modifying and Assembling Jeep & 4X4 Model Kits.

There aren't many Jeep kits out there, but the AMT offerings are still around, such as the Hogan's Jeep, and the Revell Rubicon has been a hit as well. Read about assembling these models, as well as a Tamiya Wrangler, and the military MB and Bantam Jeeps. No small scale stuff here either, these are all 1/20,1/24, and 1/25 scale. You know, the scale us car guys like. You can do quite a lot with these Jeep kits if you don't mind modifying them (isn't that what a 4X4 is for?), and if you do build 4X4 kits, from trucks to whatever, you should enjoy this book, especially written for those projects.


building Jeep and 4x4 model kits


Scale Model Boards Pinterest

Scale Model Pictures

I used to post links on the blog to various model shows. Just a quick bullet list so visitors could check them out, and see what's going on with the modelling communitires and events from around the world.

But lately, I have been using Pinterest to post pictures of model projects. I find it easier, and though it does take some time, I feel that I can post the better images and highlights of a show. I like to post images of any kind of model, no matter if it's a plane, car, a house, warhammer, whatever. Talent is talent, and every kind of model subject can teach you somethng (or in my case, it sometimes shows the talent I LACK! LOL).

Anyways, there are over 3000 images of models in there, so browse though them anytime you feel the urge. If you want to get automatic updates, whenever an image is posted, join Pinterest. It's free, and you can dump as many model images as you want in there.


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How to Build Revell's 1/12 Scale GT500 Book

How to Build Revell's 1/12 Scale GT500 Book.

In the past, the Rocketfin Hobby model books have been about different vehicles. Most of those books have focused on specific kinds of model cars, and presented a theme to them. But this time, I thought I would write a book on just one kind of model car, the new Revell Shelby GT500 Ford Mustang kit.

For one thing, this is a great kit. I think any moderate builder could build this model and enjoy doing it. It's very well designed, and the parts just fall together. The book features three different takes on the model, and will introduce you to some new ideas about the kit, even if you have built one before.

So grab your copy today and start building!

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Building Hot Rod Model Cars Book

Building Hot Rod Model Cars: Create your own scale Hot Rod model cars for fun.

Hot Rod models are some of the most popular and best sellers of all time, year after year. No matter which camp you are in, (Ford, Chevy, Mopar, etc.) chances are you still build a Hot Rod model now and then.

This books covers some kits, new and old, with ideas, step by step progress, and tips to build the best Hot Rod you can. It's full color, end to end.

So grab your copy today and start building!


building hot rod models book


Building Crazy Car Scale Models Book

Building Crazy Car Scale Models.

This all new publication is about car modeling, Building Crazy Car Models.

This new book from is about Crazy Car models, and shows you tips on building these unique and interesting kits. It's a good book for those just starting out, though experienced modelers may enjoy reading it too and may even pick up a few ideas of their own. These type of kits have been popular for generations, and are fun projects for adults and kids alike, whatever your age.

It's available now and can be ordered directly from


building crazy car model kits book on amazon


Building Scale Ferrari Models: of Great Italian Sports Cars

Building Scale Ferrari Models: of Great Italian Sports Cars

This all new publication is about car modeling, Building Scale Ferrari Models.

This third book from is about Ferrari models, and shows you tips on building plastic its of these great sports cars. It's a good book for those just starting out, though experianced modelers may enjoy reading it and may even pick up a few ideas of their own.

It's available now and can be ordered directly from, Amazon UK, France and Japan.


building scale model ferrari kits book on amazon


New book - Fun With Scale Modeling

Fun with Scale Modeling

This all new publication is about car modeling, Fun With Scale Modeling.

This first book from is about car models, and shows you tips on building three plastic kits and one resin example. It's a good book for those just starting out, though experianced modelers may enjoy reading it and may even pick up a few ideas of their own.

It's available now and can be ordered directly from, Amazon UK, France and Japan.


event quick guide book on amazon


Event Quick Guide Book for Model Shows

If you have been thinking about putting on a model show, you will want to check out my new book, the Event Quick Quide.

It's full of tips of what to do to get you going, and how to get the word out. I've dealt with model shows and conventions for nearly 20 years, in several different model clubs, and it's always a lot of work. But the important thing is to get the word out, and keep your team on task. This book also includes worksheets in the back that you can photocopy (for your own use) so that everyone in your club (or team) are on task and have a check list of what to do. Don't let your event be a secret affair, see how to get your event noticed !


event quick guide book on amazon


In the Cockpit 2: Inside History-Making Aircraft of World War II Book

I recently purchased this book, In the Cockpit 2: Inside History-Making Aircraft of World War II, and want to pass along that this is a very good book for aircraft modelers, especially of course when it comes to the cockpits.

The publication is a real deal price wise, as it is a hardback, but the covers have a look and feel like an old leatherbound log book. The book is in color (fantastic color!) and only a few images are black and white, (a traditional documented WWII photo for instance). A bit of history is given with each aircraft photographed, and many of these planes are ONE OF A KIND. Aircraft you will likely never see in real life.

If aircraft cockpits are your thing when it comes to building models, you will be looking at this book over and over. Many are common model projects, a few have probably not been in model form ever. But the popular aircraft model choices are well represented here.

The aircraft in this Volume II are: M6A1 Serian, Arado AR234 B2, P39Q Airacobra, P63A Kingcobra, B17G, B29 Enola Gay, Stearman N2S5 Kaydet, SB2C5 Helldiver, XP55 Ascender, SBD6 Dauntless, FM1 / F4F4 Wildcat, Focke FA 330A1 Bachstelze, FW190D9, FW190 F8, IL2 Shturmovik, N1K2JA Shinden Kai, Kellett XO60, KUGisho MXY7 Ohka, J7W1 Shinden, PBM5A Marina, ME262 A1A, A6M5 Zeke, F1 156 Storch, Nakajima J1N1 Irving, Nakajima KI115A Tsurugi, North American O47A, YC64 Norseman IV, P51D Mustang, SNJ4 Texan, P61C Black Widow, Sikorsky XR5, Spitfire HF MKVII, Sikorsky OS2U Kingfisher, Sikorsky XR4C.

Some of the cockpits are from restorations, but some are very well worn, the way I prefer the subjects. But the author points out any objects not "official" or if a modern change has been made, and that accuracy is much appreciated.

I recommend this book for modelers and aircraft fans alike.


in the cockpit 3 book


Ridley Scott Blade Runner Sketchbook Online

I am not sure this would directly help a modeler with their modelling, but if you build Science Fiction subjects, or if you are currently thinking about building the Fujimi "Spinner" police car kit, this may interest you.

The Blade Runner Sketchbook has been made public, and covers artwork while developing the movie's concepts.

While there are not many images for the Spinner, if you like the movie, like I say; it may appeal to you. Check it out.


blade runner sketchbook


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