Since a real Batmobile is out of reach, or not street legal, most fans of Batman would settle for scale models like I do. However, considering that there may be some wealthier Bat fans out there, perhaps a luxury scale model like the Limited Edition Swarovski Batmobile would be more appropriate.
Remember the surreal Hello Kitty and Gundam mash up figures? Well, it now has a clear version too. It is exactly the Hello Kitty RX-78-2 Gundam, just that this newly release iteration is expressed in clear elements.
You heard that Lamborghini is coming to LEGO Technic. Well, it is finally here and it the form of the LEGO 42115 Technic Lamborghini Sián FKP 37. Lamborghini’s first hybrid super sports car is an official LEGO Technic set now. What a time to be alive for LEGO/automobile enthusiasts, isn’t it?
Like caviar and roe, model cars are not made equal. While some model cars are exquisite, some are beyond exquisite like the Rolls-Royce 1/8 Scale Replica Model Car Cullinan you see here.
Growing up watching Macross and subsequently, the American version Robotech anime series, I am naturally excited and at the same time, frustrated with this new collectible from the anime series. It is a 1/24 scale Macross VF-1 Valkyrie, the fighter mecha with an abundance of details. That’s the exciting part.
Don’t be alarmed. That’s no a giant reaching down for a Kia Sorento MQ4. Amazingly, the Kia Sorento MQ4 you see here is actually a 1:10 scale model, built from the ground up by South Korean die-cast modeler Lee Sang-won as a Kia Motors commissioned piece.
Fans of Hello Kitty and Gundam, your wallet ain’t going to be happy because, as it turns out, the Hello Kitty x Gundam does end at the Chogokin Gundam and Chars Zaku II figures. It has more.
Remember how everyday house objects inspired artist Eric Geusz to create some amazing illustration of spaceships? Well, one man (YouTuber SteamGeezer and Son) was in turn inspired by Eric Geusz and decided to do the same, picking out one of Geusz’s work as the based and built an actual model of it.
For those can’t hardly wait for the Cybertruck, you can get your fix for this polarizing geometric electric vehicle by with a LEGO model, craft one out of a piece of paper, or if you have a 3D printer at your disposal, you can print one scale model out of material of your choice.
Wealth is relative. Whether or not you can afford something is really a cost-worth argument. Like for example, $12,000, is consider OK price for an actual car, but $12,000 for a 1:8 scale model? That’s ludicrous. Speaking of $12,000, that’s exactly what this exquisite 1:8 Scale Bugatti Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse by Amalgam Collection […]