Halo - UNSC Forward unto Dawn

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  1. gogu13

    gogu13 Gogu

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    Hi guys,

    a quick post of a model I finished last night - UNSC Forward unto Dawn, from the Halo series.
    Model created by Rocketman Tan.
    I scaled down the model (printed 2 pages on one sheet) due to space limitation on my shelves and to the fact that i also like smaller models; this would make it as a 1:2000 model.
    The build is fairly simple but takes up a bit of time to finish (took me around 4 nights - 4-5 hours/night)

    I hope you'll like it ;)
    Cheers!

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  2. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator Moderator

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    Very precise and clean! Very well done. Do you have any WIP pictures? I would love to see them. :)
  3. gogu13

    gogu13 Gogu

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    @Revell-Fan - i usually don't take pictures while building, because i forget to... all I could find were 3 pictures that I've sent to someone. For reference i used Rocketman's original post HERE.
    I plan to do Rocketman's Pillar of Autumn next, and I'll try to remember to photograph the whole process.

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    Rhaven Blaack ADMINISTRATOR Administrator Moderator

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    I have to echo my esteemed colleague @Revell-Fan, Very well done!
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  5. Revell-Fan

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    Thank you! :) I'm looking forward to see the Pillar. thumbsup
  6. zathros

    zathros -----SENIOR---- Administrator Moderator

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    Simple, but deceptively so. Without those cuts and folds being precise, it would never have looked so good. Very well done. :)