Robotech miniatures

Discussion in 'Anime, Cartoons, Figurines & Paperdolls' started by Dented Rick, Jan 9, 2012.

  1. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

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    While building the SDF-1, (and stalling for time since I haven't decided which version to build) I downloaded the Robotech miniatures from this site:

    http://www.momirfarooq.com/robotech/index.htm

    I have printed most of them out, and will be posting the pictures of the finished models here. Although the scale isn't the same, I think they'll go Great with the Finished SDF-1 (whenever I finish it)
  2. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

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    VF-1S Veritech (Fighter Mode)

    VF-1S Veritech Fighter (1-250th scale) parts.jpg VF-1S Veritech Fighter (1-250th scale).jpg
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    Dented Rick Human

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    VF-1S Veritech (Guardian mode)

    VF-1S Veritech Guardian mode (1-250th scale) Parts.jpg VF-1S Veritech Guardian mode (1-250th scale).jpg VF-1S Veritech Guardian mode (1-250th scale) (2).jpg
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    very nice work there and thanks for the link!!
  5. Zathros

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    Wow, I don't think I could ever build so small. I like seeing though! Very cool! :)
  6. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

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    Im apparently Better small than large, lol
  7. ThunderChild

    ThunderChild Active Member

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    The legs on the fighter mode are a bit too far forward, but the models look great! Nicely done!
  8. lehcyfer

    lehcyfer Member

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    Cool. Small models fit better if one has small space :)

    I like small better - it's easier to overlook or fix mistakes in a small model. In large one every little fault stands out. It's harder to make wonderful big models - the walls get wavy, there are holes, connections are moved etc. In a small model there are all that mistakes too, but they are not so visible and there is the effect of "Wow! How did you manage to make something so small!"

    And, apart from taking less space, there's less to print out which so it is less costly too :p
  9. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

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    Yeah, i noticed that too, but its already dry, and I can always build another ;)

    (Edit: I managed to get the legs removed without destroying the rest of the model. it has been fixed. Thanks for noticing. I wanted to fix it, but thought it wouldn't work. then when you mentioned it, I tried again, and Voila.)

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    Dented Rick Human

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    Thanks everybody, there are going to be more pics following as I get them built :)

    Again, thank you for you Kind words. Im just happy I have a small part of my childhood again (pardon the pun)
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    Dented Rick Human

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    VF-1S Veritech Battleoid mode

    VF-1S Veritech Battleoid mode (1-250th scale) parts.jpg VF-1S Veritech Battleoid mode (1-250th scale).jpg VF-1S Veritech Battleoid mode.jpg VF-1S Veritech (1-250th scale) Fighter, Guardian, and Battleoid Modes.jpg
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    Those look Schweet! Nice correction job on the fighter! Great builds, can't wait to see the others!
  13. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

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    VAF-6 Alpha Veritech Fighter mode

    VAF-6 Alpha Veritech Fighter mode (parts).jpg VAF-6 Alpha Veritech Fighter mode (scale).jpg VAF-6 Alpha Veritech Fighter mode.jpg
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    Unfortunately, it looks like that site is already down, I can't access it anymore.
  15. lehcyfer

    lehcyfer Member

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    It says it's bandwidth limit was exceeded - so there were many amateurs for that stuff :)
    Try again next month.
  16. Dented Rick

    Dented Rick Human

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    It'll be back, :)
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    very nice work.. looks great
  18. Zathros

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    My dog would seek those out and eat them!! My dog has good taste and in conjunction with my cats (who knock the models off of the shelves) has eaten half of what I have ever made. Those would be the M&M paper equivalents!!
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    the site is up
  20. Dented Rick

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    Robotech/Macross YF-19 Veritech (Fighter mode)

    4 hours, and some Deadmouse. Plus a new cutting board.

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