Rather, I do master patterns for kits and the occasional one-off for a collector, etc. Not many of those recently, but patterns for model slot cars, aircraft and some model railway stuff have come thick and fast.
Currently this is nearly finished.
Then there's this:-
1/32nd scale, also. A De Havilland DH 89a Dragon Rapide. Pattern for a very high end model kit for a new French company. So high end that this tiny photo-etch fret of 3 thou. thickness had to be done from my artwork to put not in the kit, but on the master. Even finer p/e bits will be in the kit, including the flying "wires", bracketry, cockpit detailing, etc. The artwork for this, by the way, was done by pen and photo-copy, NOT computer. Fortunately, my client was able to use it. He has his own photo-etching machine and process. BUT, no British firm will now accept pen a/w for etching any more, even PPD, so I don't know how to get any, as I cannot make head nor tail of computerised artwork!
Pilatus PC12 master in 1/72nd scale for a British kit manufacturer of rare and interesting civil aircraft.
Along with a cordite van in O9 from Waltham Abbey Gunpowder factory and a 2mm scale Kitson 0-6-0.
The latter is in nickel silver and brass to fit the excellent N-Drive 9mm gauge chassis. Here are similar masters I made earlier. A Quarry Hunslet in OO9.
and Effie, a Hayward miniature loco in O9
Both in nickel silver and brass to fit the N-Drive chassis and now cast in white metal.
So, progress on the model buildings might be a bit slow, but then again?....