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Discussion in 'Plastic' started by tiking, May 12, 2016.
This is a F1 race car I built last year.
Here is another Hover bike. I was really into the hover phase( I am still in that phase)
This build was inspired by the SW, Anakin, pod racer. I am currently planning another one, a much bigger and radical version.
These are very cool and very interesting! You did a FANTASTIC JOB on all of these models. You do professional studio quality work!
Thank you for looKing.
I can understand the hover phase. There are some roads in Connecticut, that id approached properly, and at around 70 miles per hour, you bike goes 3 feet or ore in the air, and since the backside of the jump is a steep grade, you go quite some distance before you gently touch down. Not for the faint of heart though! I'll be riding again by Monday!!
Incredibly beautiful models, and extremely well conceptualized, and fantastic execution. They trigger flights of fancy!!
Certainly not for the faint of heart.
You can do this with a car, too. Except, you might prepare for from the girlfriend.
I regret nothing.
Sci-finns is still new to me. I just started building sci-fi models last year. I am more of 1/24 trucks guy as well as 1/35 scale guy. Here are some of my other builds:
Wonderfull job Tiking. I also like your figures. Their poses are so live. You made them from scratch or modified existing figures?
Both the models and dioramas look EXTREMELY REALISTIC!!!
You did a PHENOMENAL JOB!!!
Thank you. The figures are from kits. I am not a good figure painter. I had to struggle to get the results you see. It took some time to do. They are not perfect but I I will get there if time permits.
Appreciate the kind statement.
This is one of the most intelligently laid out threads I have ever read on this forum. I am going to make this a "STICKY" to encourage others to do this. Excellent, all the way arounnd, models, concept and execution!!
Thank you for your words of encouragement.
This is a very old model. I like doing odd ball models. Different has always been my theme. And this is no different. The showing of the underside of a truck is just as interesting as if it was right side up.
From being a childs RC toy to viewable stand a alone model. I like reasonable challenges to creating new ways to model. And this is one of them. The scale is 1/32 front loader from New Ray toys I bought cheap at local grocery store.
As you all can see, I've really been into 1/24 scale trucks. I still am.
A 1/35 technical pickups truck.