Coming soon

Discussion in 'Anime, Cartoons, Figurines & Paperdolls' started by Roland98, Aug 17, 2010.

  1. Roland98

    Roland98 Member

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    Hi guys, I also like anime and mecha along side with my armor hobby. While I am finishing my armor builds they have been in idle in the background. Check them out.

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    This other baby is in the initial planning stage

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    Awesome! One I can remove from my to design list! :D
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    That looks very impressive!

    From where are your blueprints which can be seen on your pics?

    This Spartan will become a great build
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    Cool! Looks big! What scale going to be?
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    Another mech to add to the to do list. I wish I could build fast enough to do all the the great mech designs here.
  7. Roland98

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    Hi guys! Got back into my project recently. Been off it for some time as was busy with many things plus what I call "modeller depression and apathy" :mrgreen: (just sitting in your workbench staring blankly into model look wall1 ).
    Anyway check out my new pics. I got my blueprints form the internet but I forgot where. I'll try to look in my files. I usually google search in images.

    With large scale models cardboard was flimsy that they warp and not strong enough. I got thick cardboard but was hard to cut up. I decided to use foamboard as as sandwitch between the cardboard to get some strength as well as to reduce the overall weight.

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    I made a sample and then made a bigger model in 1/16

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