The 1/32 PLAAF Mig-15 bis Fighter

This model, ah, haih. Everytime I look at it, I know its not going to be completed anytime soon. Its not because of the quality or that its made in China. Its not even about the 1/32 scale which is huge. Its just that its not easy to kitbash it. When I want the tools, its packed away somewhere else, and when I want to glue it, I have forgotten to buy the glue.

But in reality, what is staring at me in the face is indecisiveness; I do not know what is the final outcome of this model, so I cannot shape it nor have any further plans than to stick some random parts for a what-if scenarios. Stupid, right? It also because with the hectic work and family schedule, my brain is really fried.

And so, this is the PLAAF fighter. Sounds like Pilaf (OK, so I am getting hungry)

For this price, the model is generous with parts especially since about 80% will not be used.

The plane actually sits one person but here, they have two pilots (not very detailed) and two sets of seats.

The engine and the exhaust looks quite nice though but its not for this project

See how big a 1/32 model is
And so, for the moment, its into the 'to-do' bin but its the most frequent model to come in and out of the bin, though. Any inspirations for this model, hmmmm?

Farewell to... a house

Today is the last day we will ever visit this house. I kind of miss these type of houses because there were some memories. The first was that one of them belonged to my tuition teacher, Mr. Foo, whom, I think was from some Army. The last I saw him was a decade ago, where he was taking his grandson swimming on the nearby public swimming pool. His rebellious daughter was a real look at that time. But all I could remember was his garden which he also caught snails for cooking, his stacks of comics by the door which I went through while waiting for Dad to pick me up and the toilet. Yep, I always 'hide' in there when the Maths were too tough.

The second was it belonged to an ex-friend whom I unfriended last year when he could not control himself when I made a joke about Barenaked Ladies. So, fuck him.

But the third was the most pleasant as it made us feel very comfortable. Sadly, like all good things, it has come to an end. And so, today, we helped in the process and well, I just breathed in the atmosphere for the last time...

Kaelynn with a book she found

I liked this split level lounge but sometimes, have this fear that the girls will forget about the edge, run over and fall off and hit the furniture.