So let's start it!!!
Step 1: Modelling
Models are classified by skill( this is used in Revell models) and scale ( from 1:1000 to 1:4),but we will talk about this later.
This is a very amazing hobbie, with no limits for your imagination, kits can be changed as you like or can.
Step 2: Tools
You won't need any kind of special equipment, all I have was bought at a dollar store, except of the glue and the paints.
-X-acto knife or surgical knife (for cutting small edges or repairing)
-Tweezers or reverse tweezers( for little parts)
-Nailfile (treats the plastic as good as Tamiya sandpaper)
-A pencil ( if you're going to cut something it will show you where you must stop)
-Scissors ( to cut decals)
-Glue ( Tamiya Thin Glue is the best, each bottle is 6$ but will last for more than 20 models!)
-Old cloth ( it will be good to dry the decals water, to clean paint brushes and to keep crystal parts safe from scratches)
-Paint brushes (Buy one big, one medium, one small for details and one for making straight lines)
-Tamiya putty or epoxi putty ( useful if you want to repair a broken part or to make a new one)