Brazil’s model kit market is growing at a faster rate than the country as a whole, with the country now producing a record amount of kits.
The latest figures show that in the first five months of this year, more than 12,000 kits were sold in Brazil, compared to 7,200 in the same period in 2016.
There have also been an increase in the number of model kits that are being produced at a time of rapid growth in the country, which has seen demand for kits skyrocket due to the country’s new economic boom and the increasing popularity of cosplay, or dressing up as someone from the real world.
According to the official Brazilian model kit maker, the growth of the market is partly due to a shortage of the model kits and other kits in Brazil that were used to create some of the costumes that have been made popular in the real-life world.
The growth of model kit sales has been fuelled by the increased popularity of Brazilian cosplay over the past few years, which have seen more and more people go to cosplay events and meet with other cosplayers.
The Brazilian model kits have become an increasingly popular option for people looking for a costume to dress up, but they can be pricey, so the trend for cheaper options is likely to continue.
A model kit costs between 20 and 25,000 Brazilian reais (roughly US$30 to US$50) and is available for pre-order at several online retailers.
The manufacturer’s website lists several options, including a kit that comes with a model of the actress Sofia Vergara, a model that comes in a variety of colours and models with different facial features, and one that comes complete with accessories.
However, if you are looking for something specific, such as a model kit with a certain model of actress Kate Upton, you will need to order the kit through their website.