T-800 endoskelton.

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  1. Red

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    :cool: this looks pretty good but what is the cost for the false teeth? :rolleyes:
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    You could laminate some thick card and sand it into shape.
  3. Red

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    I like that ideal to
    Ill have to try it first. :thumb:
  4. wow the detail is amazing on the head i love the chip and the eyes
  5. Red

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    OK here is a better picture of the head as promise

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    eyes !

    Cool !! my friend !!
    It turn off slowly ? when you remove the chip !
    you can make a short video ?

    ;)
  7. Red

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    Sorry no not yet need to get a little help with that part.

    I have ben told that it is not hard to do.
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    simple capacitor + simple resistor = simple success. ok, maybe i under did it, lol. Looks awesome so far.
  9. Red

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    Ok does it go something like this?
    and I have no electronics background so dumb it down please.

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    honestly it would depend on a lot more than just turning it off. I probably know little more than you. I'm sure some one here can help you though. In the meantime I'll look into it.
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    Amazing,I got my kit the other day and I cannot wait to get started on it.
  12. Red

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    Well I finely got some time to do some more work on my t800's head this is what i have so far.

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    Well I got a little more work done on the T-800 head and picked up a lighting circuit for the eyes to make them fade in and out you can see it at youtube
    under T-800 Papercraft
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8z3gL5bCCmI
    the light circuit i bought at Cowlacius Designs it is called
    Universal Fading Eyes Deluxe

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    Hi Red, Your T-800 head looks awesom, what do you use to make it smooth and slick
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    Spine

    I used auto body primer filler lite sand with 200 then repeat two more times.
    I did not like the look of the original spine so I made one it is not glued in yet but i think it will work

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    Thanks for the info Red, the spine looks amazing, great work
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    Well I threw some paint on my T-800 head I guess I should have done some more prep work but now that the paints on it will stay the way it is.

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    That's just freaking intimidating!
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    Brilliant model, Wouldn't mind building one myself