Um, yeah, the quality of the two kits I have were extremely bad. Like, carved out of soap bad. I’m not sure what he used for masters for the P2V, but it very well could have been a clone of the ID models vac P2V (I also have that kit, and am more inclined to build that then the Attic kit.). The molds were not created under any kind of vacuum or pressure. There were bubbles and pin holes through out, with areas of huge voids. The mold material must have been extremely cheap and the molds itself were probably worn as the detail was vague and mushy. Parts of the mold material were stuck in the parts. He must have pulled then resin parts from the molds too soon, as many of the parts were distorted and warped. The resin in self was not properly cured, as it was “sweating” and greasy. The icing on the cake were panel lines that looked like they had been “scribed” with a hack saw. Like I said earlier, it was so bad I threw it in the trash. I don’t have photos of the P2V, but i do have photos of the HH-3, which I will post.
i know it sounds like hyperbole, but it’s not. I’m not squeamish when it comes to modeling. The quality of these two kits I had were terrible.
If you still don’t believe me, here’s a thread on hyperscale:
from here on arc: