Bandai has been releasing a series if 1/12 scale for a while now. Bandai, for those who are not familiar with this company, is well know for their Gundam models. The Gundam kits are all snap together these days and come in a variety of scales. Just because these are snap together models does not mean that they are any less complex or detailed than a "regular" glue together model kit. Bandai's kits are mind blowingly well engineered. They use advanced injection molding techniques that allow them to have multiple colors on a single sprue. Some kits have several parts molded together into a single movable piece, like fully articulated hands.
Needless to say, I'm a big fan of Gundam models. But Bandai has also been releasing Star Wars model kits, and they are just as good as the Gundam releases. I bought a few of their 1/12 scale Star Wars figure kits. The first one I constructed was Kylo Ren from The Force Awakens.
Bandai's instructions are mostly in Japanese, but they have been including English instructions in some of their recent releases. Despite being in Japanese, the illustrations and symbols are pretty clear. I recommend using the Google Translate app to translate the Japanese. Using my phone, I open the app and use the photo translation feature. It does an OK job translating Japanese. While the results are garbled sometimes, it is enough to get the message across.