Hi guys, I've been getting more and more Batman nutz again lately. One of the Batman model out there is the Tumbler model by Claudio Dias. I've wanted to build this since I first saw he was working on one. Except there was a problem, the model scared the c#*p out of me. It looks so detailed and fiddly! This wasn't a bad thing as far as the model goes. Clauido's finished build lookes as good as the actual car. I just wasn't sure I'd be able to do it justice. Lately I watched Batman Begins again and decided enough was enough, I had to have a go. I'd like to scale mine up to be 1/10 but as I wasn't sure if I was up to building this well, I've started the 1/20 version first as a test run. I'm going for the black version first. The problem was I had no coloured ink left and didn't want to wait to start. So I printed mine using black ink only. Later I added the colour(what there is of it) using marker pens and pencils. Also, I had no Projector sheets so the Windows aren't going to be clear as they should be. I printed these onto normal card and blacked them out using pens. I know this isn't ideal but this is a test build for me to get some confidence up to tackle a bigger version. Sorry Claudio, I will do better next time. So far I've built the cockpit shell and am about to add the roof parts. I have to say, so far this model is no where near as tricky as I feared. It's well designed and planned out. I'm enjoying this very much. Onto the pics: I love how it's taking shape. I think when I get to do my bigger one, I'll get it printed professionally at 200%, and try to modify the front and roof so that I could add an interior. At 1/20 it's a nice size but at 1/10 it'll be a monster!