Micropilot

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by ARMORMAN, Jan 31, 2006.

  1. ARMORMAN

    ARMORMAN Guest

    I'm finally getting around to finishing my second kit. This one has a cockpit and pilot (not a flat one, but a 3D one). The prototype is actually smaller than the finished model is going to be.

    I've attched some pics of the pilot.

    Anyone want to guess the scale of the prototype?

    B

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  2. Jim Krauzlis

    Jim Krauzlis Active Member

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    Okay, I'll bite...1:72 scale?

    Whatever it is, it looks great, Bill!

    Hope you show us how to make one, and how it comes out.

    Cheers!
    Jim
  3. ARMORMAN

    ARMORMAN Guest

    The figure is a scaled "generic man" fig I was going to release for public use but never got around to finishing (until now).
  4. Gil

    Gil Active Member

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    Carsh Dummies!

    Bill,

    That's small! My guess is around 1:96..., Big question though, how are you going to dress them?

    -Gil
  5. Ashrunner

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    I'll go with my favorite scale...1:100.

    It (he/she) does look good.
  6. lunarhighway

    lunarhighway Member

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    nice! i was wondering how small a paper figure could be, but this confirms it...very small!!
    looks very nice.
    my guess is something like 1/48 scale?
  7. ARMORMAN

    ARMORMAN Guest

    The answer is......

    1:72
  8. Rick Thomson

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    Ok; so if 1/72 is the scale of the prototype, which is smaller than the end design ( I always thought it was easier to scale down than up?), what is the size of the finished figure?

    Nice bit of work BTW.
  9. ARMORMAN

    ARMORMAN Guest

    Shooting for at least 1:48.