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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by trt, Jun 22, 2012.
This is really coming together nicely. Everything looks really good.
To paraphrase a quote stated by a star-faring Zen master, "I'm have more faith in what you don't know than in other peoples facts."
Little but some progress. Probably doesn't look much different from last set of pictures, but its lower and wider. More squat, if that's english.
I hope squat is English, I done it too many times for it not to be!!
I am hoping you are ready for the fame coming your way!
Man that looks good, it makes me want one! Excellent job.
Squat is english. Means to get lower, but describes things pefectly for both activities :mrgreen:
Just back from a few days in London. Stopped at Harry Potter exhibition at Warner Bros Studio just north of London. There are some fantastic paper models there for pre-productions, even trees! and the last big one is awesome (over used word, but not in this case) Worth a look even if not a fan, but the kids loved it.
Anyway I digress, a bit of progress on gun ports and a bit of technique.
Used the first drill bit that came to hand to form the straight curve. Folded back the flap and glued, which then holds the curve. Then used a plastic ball from airsoft gun to form the corners.
Good job on the petals on the end of that part, very smooth! That part alone is worth a tutorial!
I had an ambitious plan to make the guns move, but decided that would be far to complex at this stage, maybe later if a build a deluxe version :twisted:
So fixed guns. 1 gun attached to angled back plate
And now after all this time, months more than expected, it's seems like I'm getting somewhere.
I am drooling at this........
THAT LOOKS SUPERB!!!!!!!
I so want to build this....
Damnation Alley was and is, a favoutite and memorilble film from my 'earlier days' ......
Keep up the excellent work......:thumb:
Pant pant .......
Oh yeah! You are DEFINITELY getting somewhere! Really, Really looking great!
This is just incredible!! You are doing an great job. Fantastic! My hats off to you!
I have to say that it is well worth the wait.
You are doing a FANTASTIC job in both designing and building it.
My hat is off to you.
No time as usual, sorry for no updates for ages.
Just been working on a few details. And I must make you aware of cheating I used wooden cocktail sticks for the missiles :cry:
Dude, you be killin' us!! This thing rocks!!
Sorry to be taking so long over it.
Thanks for all the interest, it helps to keep me motivated. I try to get something done every night, but life gets in the way.
And I've worked out my photography is awful :cry:. I might blame the camera.
This thing looks awesome! All it needs is a little paper George Peppard and Jan-Michael Vincent to go with it.
As with all good things, well worth the wait !
Looks great. I wish I could design in 3D. I've worked in graphic design for print for many years, but 3D design is beyond me. It would be great to scale it to fit a 4 or 6 inch action figure and them make a couple of custom figures to go with the vehicle.
I believe there were a set of A-Team figures made in 1/64 for a die-cast vehicle set, definitely a George Peppard available there. Also Galoob did figures back in the 1980s.