Thank you for your comment, Marc. I am thinking same thing about the walk around. The original photos are small. I might find some time to replace them with large photos, have better and clear details for everyone.
Wat een prachtige website. Kijk mijn ogen uit. Misschien een tip voor de toekomst:In de walk around zouden de foto's misschien moeten kunnen vergroten?
Anzo(Friday, November 06 20 03:30 pm EST)
Thank you for your comment. I have sent you an email. Take care.
Mirko(Friday, November 06 20 06:10 am EST)
I'm Mirko, first to all I would like to congratulate with you for your awesome job. Absolutly Amazing.
I'm an Italian amateur modeler and I'm trying to built an Aircraft Carrier Squadron in 1/700.
Do you have any suggestions for my project? Tips and tricks, everythings will be usefull.
I never did this kind of models before.
Thank you in advance
Anzo(Monday, December 11 17 03:05 pm EST)
Thanks for your nice comment. I have replied your email.
Adam Makovszky(Monday, December 11 17 06:08 am EST)
I would like to congratulate the Transformesr 1:72 F-22 Raptor Starcream plane, it is a very nice paint job. I found your building posts on the arcforums.com page while I searching some information on the net. I would like to build the same model, but in 1:48 size. I would ask for help from you. You could send me some photo and picture which you used, for the masking.
Anzo(Thursday, August 10 17 08:05 pm EDT)
Thanks for your message. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org.
William C Ford(Thursday, August 10 17 10:27 am EDT)
Hi its William From Canada
her is my contact info
William C Ford
1 Stentafords Lane
Canada A1Y 1A7
Whats your email address
Anzo(Sunday, October 30 16 03:59 pm EDT)
Thank you so much for your comments. I am glad that you like my works. The Nautilus is made by Super Sculpey Firm. Welcome to contact me if you have any question.
Gerald Shultz(Sunday, October 30 16 03:34 pm EDT)
I rered you F/S 2013 artical on on the F-86E. I am inspired and amazed by your attention to detail. Your Nautilus is beautiful. I assume it's scratch built. What media do you use? I have bookmarked your site and will continue to follow you. Thank you for the beautiful work you do.
Anzo(Monday, September 07 15 03:06 pm EDT)
Thanks for your message. Email replied.
Robin Jenkins(Monday, September 07 15 06:52 am EDT)
I am a semi-professional model maker based in the UK. At the moment I am snowed under with work, so am looking for a high quality model maker who I can place a couple of sub-commissions with that
customers of mine want built. I see from your site you have close experience with both aircraft under consideration. They are a 1/32 Special Hobby Bell P-39D Airacobra and a 1/32 Kinetic NA F-86F
Sabre. My clients will provide kits and 99% of all extra details required. Models are not to be based. Timelines for both models would be by November 2016 next year. Can you please tell me your
approximate commission fees for both of these kits please and whether you can carry out the commissions? I will then send more detail if appropriate.
Please note this is a genuine enquiry.
Anzo(Tuesday, May 05 15 04:03 pm EDT)
Thanks, Xu. Hope you enjoy my website.
Lao Xu(Thursday, April 30 15 12:52 pm EDT)
This website looks nice! You did great job!
NICE PICTURES, NICE BLOG.. THANKS
FROM SÃO PAULO BRAZIL
Anzo(Friday, August 30 13 12:12 am EDT)
Dave, thanks for your visiting and comment.
Dave Rouse(Thursday, August 29 13 11:02 pm EDT)
Anzo(Wednesday, August 21 13 06:45 pm EDT)
Thanks for your nice comment. That Polar Lights Refit Enterprise sounds very interesting. I may find one and build her on my own time. By the way, two Transformers models will show up soon. I hope
you like them.
Joe Marko(Sunday, August 18 13 09:34 pm EDT)
Hi Anzo WOW is all I can say,an exceptional build in Fine Scale Mag. very, very nice, Your work is absolutely Museum quality, are we going to see more Sci-Fi work, I would love to see what your
talent could do to the 1:350 scale Polar Lights Refit Enterprise. It wouldn't even be called a model, more like a filming miniature. And bravo to you sir for making a living at this,. Look forward to
seeing future work,
Sincerely: Joe Marko
Anzo(Wednesday, August 14 13 01:20 pm EDT)
Thanks for your comment. Email replied regarding your questions.
Exceptional build in FineScale magazine (Sept. 2013). I'm curious how you decided to become a professional? I'm thinking about doing dioramas (buildings and nature) for railroaders in a few years...
Any suggestions on how to gravitate towards that goal?
Anzo(Thursday, August 01 13 01:30 am EDT)
Thanks for asking. I am sorry. I don’t have the price list for my commission build. The cost of commission is based on the model and requirement from client, even same scale may have different price.
Please provide the information about your model and requirement, I will give you a quote after I fully understand your project.
Eduardo Rivera(Tuesday, July 30 13 03:13 pm EDT)
Hi, my name is Eduardo Rivera and my question is, do you have a price list on your work? like how much do you charge to built 1/32nd scale and 1/48th scale modern military aircraft?
Anzo(Monday, May 20 13 11:39 am EDT)
Thanks for your visiting and nice comment. It is interesting, right?
John Duell(Monday, May 20 13 10:32 am EDT)
I'm glad I asked you more about what you do today.
I admire great talent.
You do excellent work!
Anzo(Friday, May 03 13 09:45 pm EDT)
Email replied. Thank you, Arturo.
Arturo Jordan(Friday, May 03 13 05:42 pm EDT)
Hello - we just exchanged e-mails on eBay
1/72 Japan Emily, Peggy and Rita - Hasegawa
More or less standard builds but painted to pro standards-- no weathering.
I am at email@example.com, Art
Anzo(Sunday, April 21 13 12:49 pm EDT)
Dan, thanks for your comment. Please remember to clean dust sometimes.
Dan Furimsky(Saturday, April 20 13 01:33 pm EDT)
Great job, Anzo! This man does great work and is a man of integrity!
Anzo(Monday, December 10 12 10:37 am EST)
Thanks Chris. I believe that you can do same thing too.
Chris Reagan(Sunday, December 09 12 09:06 pm EST)
Great work man. I hope to have the skills to be able to do something like this in the future.