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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Rhaven Blaack, Nov 9, 2012.
Both arm assemblies are attached.
Now on to the head.
Looks Spectacular Rhaven. Very nice job. better than mine
It's incredible that you can take a picture of something so small , so close and it still looks perfect!
Thank you, but I have to say that your build was what inspired me to build mine.
Thank you. I have a smart-phone with a 8 megapixel. camera that has a really good zoom that I use for taking the photos of my models (I actually use it as my primary camera for most everything:twisted.
Coming along really nice RB!
I have started on the head. As yo will see by the photos, there is quite a bit of printed detail that could be raised, recessed, or both (like most everything else), but because of the cowling, most of it would not be seen.
The head is attached.
Next are the battery packs.
all the folds and edges look very clean, great job!
Here is the battery packs. The assemblies were very easy to do.
Battery packs finished.
Battery packs are attached.
Close-up of Battery packs.
Both the Charcoal and Camouflage Lens Head Robots together.
Thank you Makino (http://www7a.biglobe.ne.jp/~sf-papercraft/index.html) again for these wonderful models.
I greatly enjoyed building them.
You make me want to build the charcoal now.....But Im finishing the spiderbot and building the violin for Anna for her birthday first.
I love them
Does Anna play Violin? If she does, try this duet, my son and I are playing it and it is awesome. You both play the same piece but one plays it upside down, while the other plays it right side up, it's call "Der Spiegel" (The Mirror) attributed to Mozart. It's a really nice sounding piece too. Lots of fun to play.
she doesn't "exactly" play....yet. she's been trying to learn, fitting lessons in between work, Family time, and deployments
Wow! Good job on this one, buddy! It looks great! :thumb: