Overview of Scale Models

Modern Classic - Steve Harper Interview

Modern Classic - Steve Harper Interview

Thu 24th March 2016

In late 2015 Keith Adams of Modern Classic interviewed Steve Harper in his Studio about this past...

SUPACAT SPV400 - show model 2009

Scale Models are used in many areas of Design, often to evaluate proportion and Design characteristics.

Using different materials: clay, foam or resin, the most popular scales used for Cars & Trucks tend to be either 1:4, 1:5 or the larger 1:2,5 which is ideal for scale wind tunnel evaluations. 

With the addition of scaled lamps, wheels & tyres and other key details, these can be used within the Design Studio for choosing the final Design theme, or as presentation models for Clients and at Exhibitions.

Due to their compact size, they can be easily transported, and can be quickly produced to provide the Client with a valuable visual tool with which to evaluate the scope of the project.

From creating the first models for the blossoming Automotive Industry in China in the late 1980’s, to the production of prestigious models for Rolls Royce, through to the latest developments of Military vehicles, we have a vast experience in the creation and faithful interpretation of many designs, in all scales.