Droids, part 1

by brae  

And now for something different.... A few years back, mom bought me a BB-8 and R2-D2 kit by Bandai. I've heard great things about these kits. They don't require painting or glue and they have a precision fit with great detailing. I've been hankering to do something a little different, so I dragged this kit out and added a BB-8 and D-0 kit to the mix.

At first glance, it looks like the instructions seem easy to follow.

And, since the pieces are molded to color, that should help sort things. I do plan to paint, though, since I prefer a painted finish to the plain plastic no matter how good the quality.

The BB-8 and R2-D2 models are headed to a friend upon completion.

The BB-8 and D-0 models will stay with me. This one comes with the diorama surround, which is a great feature.

I'm planning to make these battle worn and update a few of the features. Stay tuned....


Comment from: ann [Visitor]
So many parts, but I know that you get them sorted out.
01/18/20 @ 01:00
Comment from: Debora L. [Visitor]
I can’t wait to see how you build these!
01/18/20 @ 16:30
Comment from: Sheila Lester [Visitor]
Can't wait to see how this goes. You always do awesome with plastic models.
01/18/20 @ 22:42
Comment from: marilyn [Visitor]  
That's the sort of kit I would need to creep up on in hopes it is simpler than it looks. Lots of luck, keep us posted.
01/22/20 @ 17:07
Comment from: Bill [Visitor]
The way that you instantly move between the historic and the futuristic, you are the "Dr. Who of miniatures"! Of course you are going to "update a few of the features"... this just wouldn't be an Otterine project if it wasn't far better than the kit. Everything that you do is amazing and delightful.
01/23/20 @ 19:38
Comment from: brae [Member]
Thank you!! :>>

Bill - that might have to be the best compliment anyone's ever given me! :))
01/31/20 @ 15:09

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