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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by ThunderChild, Dec 24, 2011.
Those Star Wars minis are awesome.
There for a game, I guess, but their PERFECT for micros
Yep, Moomir has some great and fun designs!
Here's my builds of them.
I only created the Falcon for myself.
:thumb::thumb::thumb::thumb: those rock for no matter what you intend them for:thumb::thumb::thumb:
Everything is bigger in Texas that plane is actual size
Tc that air wolf is perfect for my grandfather, who owns 1 of ever memorabilia heli made for that show. As always amazing work.
TC: Those models are AMAZING!!! I know that I am repeating myself, you truly have given a whole new meaning to the term "MICRO-MACHINES"!!!
Keep up the GREAT work my friend.
Those mini models are awesome. I think I'm going to have trouble with my sausage fingers!!!!!
It is actual size, I actually pulled my Giant foam hand out of storage for that shot. TC has one too
I have one of those foam hands, they're getting quite popular, along with those huge coins!
Don't forget about those house sized grid blocks
Also you forgot to mention the over-sized fake steel ruler.
And of course one trick to taking the photos is a background that gives away nothing.
You should see what I used to trick my wife into marrying me. It was just to prepare er for the real event!
I did the ame thingsign1
TC: I would like to see you make the Thunder Fighters in the same scale as the rest of these.
I have been toying with the idea RB. The only thing I can't figure how to do correctly are those pointy booms at the front.
At this size... Nightmare! sign1
Here is a website that deals with calculating cones: http://i-logic.com/conecalc.htm
I hope that it will help with the nose cones (booms), if you decide to tackle this project.
Good luck with it. I am looking forward to seeing what you come up with.
Since I design everything in 3D the cone design itself is not the problem. Folding/rolling and gluing a cone that has a diameter of one millimeter at it's widest base is where the problem lies...
It seems to be a real pain to build those 1 inch SW ships.
Technical questions: what kind of paper? standart 80 gr/m2 or heavier?
what kind of glue? Tweezers?
I'll like to build some "microscale" Homeworld starships, but I'm little scarred...
I always wanted to the H.W. ships in scale with each other so I would emagine the fighters would have to be micro or the mothership would be crazy huge. Like Texas aint got nothing on us, MASIVE!!!
Hehehehe, May the Schwartz be with you