Female Stormtrooper

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by pferris, Mar 13, 2013.

  1. pferris

    pferris New Member

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    That's really something! Already in my to do list... So many good models, so little time...
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    i know the problem of time....
    building more models at the same time doesn't go faster...i tried
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    Sure thing, I have even seen her completed. One problem - her head is off scale, the helmet should be about one third bigger. Imagine the size of her real head... got it?
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    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

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    Look at the waist and look at the breasts and tell me the designer was thinking about real-life proportions when he made that model. :wink:
  8. cadeus

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    I have her, but I haven't started yet. I am not that great at the little details yet.
  9. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator Moderator

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    I have her, too. I love that model but I find the texture looks a bit blurred in some spots. I haven't printed the pages yet so that I cannot tell how it appears on paper but I suppose you could achieve an even better result if you rework some areas in a graphic program and if you use a new helmet with better detail.
  10. cadeus

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    When I finally build her I am planning to fiber-glass her, and then use a filler to round out the edges, sand her down and re-paint her. I use the same technique with my pepakura 1:1 scale armor projects. It's a lot more work, but it's fun! :)
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    That's a good idea! Just imagine someone would make the figure posable..!
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    would definately make it more watchable