Hand Made Solvalou Fighter in 1/100 Scale from the game Xevious

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  1. Gomidefilho

    Gomidefilho Member

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    I present my latest model "hand made" the Solvalou fighter from anthological arcade game Xevious, very popular in Brazil in the early'80s, the national version of the machine was called "Columbia" in allusion to the Space Shuttle of the same name.

    The model was made with paper canson 140g through sheets formes and with vivaldi paper (color paper) 180g, was hand painted with what acrilic paint the panel lines were drawn with nakin ink pen 0.2 mm. This project was built on a slower, more than four months.

    The model is on the 1 / 100 scale.

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  2. SEBRET

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    nice build, very clean.
  3. Paladin

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    Yes, very nice. I like the details you put in that, and the stand is really cool too.
  4. ARMORMAN

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    Nice! I can hear that goofy music in my head now....;)
  5. Gomidefilho

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    Thank's people! My next project is a Galaga fighter... ;)
  6. SEBRET

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    That Sounds fun, You should make a way to connect them at the wings like when you save one in the game.
  7. sherban

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    Very nice! Reminds me the clean Bandai Kits! Way to go man!