I had a little time to tackle a nanoblock kit I picked up quite a while ago. I put it aside to procrastinate about other things. I finally decided to tackle it.
The kit had a few unique pieces.
The instructions were clear. I especially like being told what pieces will be used in each step. It is a logical and useful way to proceed. Despite my big hands, with the help of tweezers, I was able to construct this one without too much difficulty.
I like the overall look of it, but I wish that nanoblock would come up with some better trees. I know it would mean another tooling and a new part, but I think they could use them in many kits, or sell them separately so people could retcon their old kits. If you buy one of their deluxe kits, you’d want some pretty cool trees, wouldn’t you?
What’s left over when it is all done is pretty much at least one of every piece in the kit. A good policy, I believe.
Just in case you were wondering, I haven’t given up on my hobbies. I am still pursuing them just as they pursue me.
Case in point are the latest additions to my Nanoblocks collection. While casually browsing through my local Toys R Us (I don’t know how to make that inverted R–probably copyright anyway) I found these two kits on sale. Since I was gearing up for the Tour de France (Congratulations Chris Froome) it seemed like fate was telling me to buy them.
I am pretty happy with the purchases, but need to figure out where they are going to go once I build them. Due to circumstances beyond my control, my display space has been co-opted for another use.