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Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Mousemuffins1, Jul 14, 2007.
Farm work? I would use them in high rise construction.
Was this question ever answered? I would like to know where to get this product.
Spray putty? I know you can get a type of thick primer that can be sprayed on and sanded to remove slight imperfections in bodywork.
Do you happen to remember the brand name Stevo.
I have used this stuff and some auto body putty filler and I have used some filler that was meant for the plastic models that you buy from your hobby store.
just let dry and do lite sanding inbetween the coats
Yeah it's called High Build in the body work profession. Great for panels that have dings but do not require major filling.
Sorry, I totally missed the entire question. Never heard of spray putty. (Looks off-screen)
"Hey Rusty, get in here! Find me some spray putty." (Squealing and clanking as Rusty moves off. . . .)
Yep, very handy critters!:mrgreen:
Actually, (and even FURTHER off topic) I am working on a sci-fi story loosely based in the Battletech/Universe, and one side obtains the technology to make terminators. Rusty sounds like a great name for one.
Thanks all - ah, you too Rusty . . .
I'm sure rusty would absolutly bulsh with the complment... except that the blush blends in with the rust... sign1
Have not had much time to work on this :cry: but a little here and there and it is slowly taken shape :twisted:
Keep going Dont give up
Well Done so Far
I snuck in a little time and did a little sanding and painting :mrgreen:
hey! that's prettier than mine! I mean to get back to this project eventually, but there proved to be SO much work involved with some of the parts to make them more accurate (fussy, I know...) and added expense that I kinda crapped out. I still have the chest and hips sitting here awaiting the rest of him, but I think they'll just have to wait a bit while I finnish some other stuff.
I don't know about it looking better sign1 from what i see your work is just as good.
Having looked at Mousemuffiins1's builds, his will probably be soaked in cyanoacrylate, reinforced with kevlar and sent out to be chromed. Just so it is strong onough to be handled (by a T-1000.)
Great looking build.
Hey Red.... on your torso... did you engrave the lines etc? Looks great!
I cut the slots when it was all flat then glued a piece to the back side :mrgreen:
"It's a Cinderella Story!! There's tears in his eyes!"
Very Nice Work
Very nice! was that file I sent you good?
:mrgreen: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
It worked out grate I have what i was missing now Thank you :mrgreen::mrgreen: