Strike Noir: Build Thread

Discussion in 'Anime, Cartoons, Figurines & Paperdolls' started by Soaring, Jan 31, 2008.

  1. Soaring

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    Ok, here's a more in depth look at that last step... :/

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  2. Soaring

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    The pieces attached :|

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  3. Soaring

    Soaring Guest

    :mrgreen:AHHA!~ Now, here's the 4 parts that make up the basic shape of the head! Click on the picture, study it, let's move onto th next step.

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  4. Soaring

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    YAY! Check this out! Tang did a GREAT job on designing the head! I think it's original :p Unlike all the other heads, Tang cut the parts up into simpler pieces. I may be wrong, but I like Tang's head design :/


    REMEMBER- THIS IS NOT GLUED! I just attached them, without glue, more like pre shaping! :)

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  5. Soaring

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    Still without glue, just noting a very important aread. The Frills on the top are not supposed to cover this space shown in the picture. There's supposed to be a piece that goes inbetween it, I'll show it to ya after..

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  6. Soaring

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    Alright folks, more will come after I finish Installing Halo CE for my little borther, and after cleaning those dishes :| See ya then!
  7. Soaring

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    Alright! I'm back! time to continue ;)
  8. Soaring

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    Ok, I'll finish up Noir in the afternoon, maybe 5 hours :/ I'm going to continue EX-S's waist :D Then Noir will come back :p
  9. ThunderChild

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    Wow!
    You're really movin with this! Good job! I enjoy the details buddy! Please continue with the progress reports!
  10. Lex

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    Yea, go on and show us more!!
  11. Soaring

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    ?!?!?!!?Hold up guys! Lemme eat a snack and continue my Lego Hazel :/ I'll start again in an hour :D
  12. Soaring

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    Alright, if you're still watching this thread, which I doubt(Anyone) This part may be the most crucial, that and the inside of the head and placement :D
  13. Soaring

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    Alright, side guards?!?!?!? :)

    To get this right, I did the piece INSIDE OUT, with the white stuff on the outside :D Ok, don't glue any part of it though, or else the parts will get real fiddly when you're placing them in :/

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  14. Soaring

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    :oops: Ok, more when I get back from Staples to get some science project materials :D
  15. Lex

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    Soaring, have you ever considered painting the model? Because those fold lines look pretty visible on the black colour to me......
  16. Master-Bruce

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    I'm also paying attention to this thread, I just don't post unless I have something to say. :) Also, as you know I'm little busy with something. ;)
  17. Soaring

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    Yes Lex, the black lines have become visible T_T That's what I get for scoring with an X-acto knife :(

    Hi Skip :)

    Alright, more updates when I come back from school
  18. palmer

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    Nice built Soar!
    I use to fill the 'scored' white lines with a black felt tip, the effect is good.

    I like so much this model I hope one day will be released to download.
  19. Soaring

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    o_O Thanks for the tip! Credit to Palmer for that-

    I'll apply it to the model as soon as I get one! *Points to sister* Gimmey that felt pen!!!
  20. Lex

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    Soaring, just thinking that you can try scoring with a ball-point pen instead (of course with its ink ran out already ^^) That does not damage the print and so might fare better with white lines...