|Format||SKU||Genre||Product Line||Scale||Released||File Size|
|PDF Download||wwgbrio||Sci Fi||PropsMaster||1:60/28mm||June 6, 2011||12.7 MB|
Liven up your futuristic layouts with this zippy little countergrav bubble car!
Adorable, cheap, and reliable: those three words best define the Brio. The spiritual descendant of the Isetta 600 microcar and the Volkswagen Beetle, the Brio boasts three seats, two gull-wing side doors for the passengers, a canopy-style front door for the driver, and an annoyingly cheerful engine sound that people either love or hate.
As the manufacturer likes to say, "It's impossible to be sad in a Brio."
As a bonus, this model includes an editable version in Photoshop PSD format, which can be opened by many free graphics editors like The GIMP as well as low-cost editors like Paint Shop Pro or Photoshop Elements. Beginners can recolor the model to their heart's content with little or no effort, using just the flood fill and brush tools. Advanced users can insert additional layers and create more complex color schemes.
This set also includes automated GSD cutting files and illustrated instructions.
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Gideon Money said:
It's cute. The econo box of the future!
My kids loved the Herbie version!
Review Posted: August 27, 2011
Jeremy Bernhardt said:
This model, like the HL300, is a joy to assemble. It breaks down to making 4 identical boxes and a larger central box. There are 2 reverse scores to take care of, but the rest of the model is as straight forward as you could want.
The color selection is awesome, and the kitbash PSD is an awesome bonus. There's another surprise in the package for this model, but I'm not going to spoil it for you.
If you need models for a near future or sci-fi setting, you NEED the Brio, the HL300, and the Interceptor.
Review Posted: August 18, 2011
Dave McIsaac said:
Very nice little model to add that "lived in" feel to your landscape. Just a shame it doesn't come with the police skin seen in the Streets of Titan pack.
Review Posted: August 9, 2011
Dennis Davis said:
This a great addition for a city setting in the future and messes well with Streets of Titan.
Chris does great work and I love building these little models. This rounds out a setting very nicely and the inclusion of a Herby skin is another reason I like WWG. Hte little things seem to matter to these guys!
Review Posted: August 4, 2011
Michael Greenhill said:
This model set is great. It comes with thirteen different color schemes and also has an editable PSD file so that you can make up your own schemes. It has full robocutter support and goes together smoothly. I didn't have any problem whatsoever constructing the model. One note on construction would be to build the hover pods first, attach them to the sides and then glue the sides and roof together. Put the bottom on last. This was an enjoyable kit to assemble and will help fill out the streets on my game table! I highly recommend this model to anyone looking for more vehicles for gaming or just for a nice model to build.
Review Posted: July 26, 2011