In 2007, I took a props seminary in Buenos Aires (Argentina) with one of the best model makers of that country: Mauro Santini. He taught me how to build models using epoxic, balsa wood, glue and high impact plastic. I had two class projects, and here is the first: the Batplane or Batwing. I was a big fan of Batman!!

I have beautiful memories of this project. It was the first (and penultimate) thing made without junk. And I use sandpaper for neat it. A lot of sandpaper. "Karate Kid" level neating with sandpaper.

I still have my batplane in the library. So, if you are seeing this Master Santini... Thanks a lot, for teaching me how to make things like this!!!! :-)
as i am not a batman fan...............thats absolutly IMENSE! <br>
Thanks Welsh!!!
Awesome model my friend!!! as usual
Thanks Mr. C&aacute;rdenas!
Great job... I'd love to see your Wonder Woman plane... I assume your one's a little more visible :)
Thanks!!!! :-)
PLS ...teach us how To....!!!!
Once I made the Wonder Woman plane but...nobody has seen it......XD....eVEN ME....
LOL!! :-)
my god MC you are a freaking alien or something you keep making cool SH*T keep it up
LOL! Thank you very much Acid. I made it, but it was possible thanks to master Mauro Santini. He guise me!
Sorry, guide.
Oh my god. I love this. I have to make this!
Thanks Splazem!!
Nice little modle!
Thanks TSC!! :-)
Your welcome!
Wow, that's Awesome! It looks just like it... 5/5<br> Win Guy
Thanks Win Guy!!!! :-)
holy!! Karate Kid level sandpaper neating, i need that for my career
I know Kung-Fu... :-P
keep up the good work!
Thanks Aug!!! :-)
Awesome, you should make all of Batman's vehicles!
Thanks Kaptain Kool!!! Maybe one day!! :-)

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Bio: I'm Mario Caicedo Langer, from Colombia, former Navy officer and BSc in Naval Sciences. Right now I'm Technology Program Manager and Lego Robotics ... More »
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