I was really looking forward writing this review: the (at least for me) pinnacle of Ninjago’s flirt with dieselpunk sky pirates: The Misfortune Keep! Ok, the name of this set is a bit weird, since the word “keep” is usually used more in a traditional castle-context, for the living area and last line of defence… Read More Review: Ninjago Misfortune Keep (70605)
As promised, today I show you the current version of the Flying Boat. While the original one was in the style of the 1910s and early 20s, with the tan and sand pieces hinting a wood-and-canvas-construction, the new one is all clad in shiny white painted aluminium skin typical for the 1930s! Aviation progressed rapidly… Read More Flying Boat MOC, the 2nd!
I have built this plane/boat a couple of months ago, but didn’t yet come to take proper photos and finally publish this post I had kicking around as draft for almost as long as the model itself. Ironically as these lines here are written, the MOC, in the way you see it here, doesn’t exists… Read More Flying Boat MOC!