Monday, May 29, 2006, 09:43 PM - Modeling RelatedLotus 102 building diary is now published on June 06 issue of Modelersite.com.
Check it out and enjoys!!
Thursday, May 25, 2006, 05:28 AM - Modeling RelatedI had a hobby trip with my buddy Jonathan and Leo just last weekend to visit Shizuoka Hobby Show.
We paid a visit at some small hobby stores at Nakano and I found this 1/20 Modelers Marlboro F3000 kit. It looks so cool as I have never seen this one before. All parts and decal are in really good condition. I bought it for 2500 yen while the MSRP printed on the box is 3500 yen. I think it is a great deal.
We also went to famous Mr Craft hobby stores.. This store is just super!! Car model lover must go there if you happen to be in Tokyo area.
Visit my Shizuoka trip report at Modelersite.com.
Tuesday, April 11, 2006, 08:37 PM - Modeling RelatedI attended Tamiya/Con 06 last weekend at Aliso Viejo, CA.
I took my just-finished curbside Lotus 102 Lamborghini there and lucky enough to get a 3rd place.
A.J.'s Ferrari F1-2000 workshop won Master Modeler awards, a big congrats to A.J. as A.J. proved that 1/20 scale F1 can win big award too Check out my Tamiya/Con report at Modelersite to see AJ's super work.
Monday, March 27, 2006, 02:31 PM - Modeling RelatedAttended SVSM's Kickoff Classics Kickoff model contest on Feb 26
This is a great great model contest in Bay Area, CA. I took my F2001B and Jaguar R1 there and I am very honored to get the Best of Show award for my Ferrari F2001B.
Here is the link to the contest gallery.
Kickoff Classics 06 Gallery
This is the the award for my Ferrari F2001B
Friday, December 2, 2005, 07:41 AM - Modeling RelatedI went to Hong Kong to visit my family last month. Touring around hobby shop in Hong Kong is a-must event for me. I bought a few cute F1 driver figures. They are the clone version I think and the original one was released by Wave long time ago. They should have Berger and Alesi from their original release too but I couldn't find it anymore.
Do you recognize these cute humans?
The rightmost one is George Washington of course