Wolf Guard Terminator (build) / by Daishi / ~1:10

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  1. daishi

    daishi Member

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    Nice I am happy not to be the only one to use this technic. It really shows off the model well.
  3. daishi

    daishi Member

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    Yes it does! I tried it a few week ago but it looked terrible.
    Turns out I just needed a camera stand so the camera wont change angle :).
  4. Wojtee

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    So, here goes a standard issue Terminator Power Fist:

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    Hmmm, not cool enough. Add some hoses.
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    Hoses? Cool? No way! Add skulls!
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    Much better. And now, add claws!
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    Yes, you do not want to stand on a wrong side of this thing :twisted:
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    It reminded me of a joke I saw recently:
    Some people shouldn't high-five

    BTW Daishi, that is a great reference picture you posted (i mean the rotating one) :thumb:
  5. jarobinson

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    That looks great now i gotta build one
  6. uglyguy9

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    hi Wojtee....is your cutting board cm's or inches?
  7. Wojtee

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    Hi, FYI, the grid is in inches.

    Assault cannon took a little of scratching to make it look better (and adequate to the scale).

    Ammo box - added a few parts to recess the "windows", made the shells from a wooden skewer painted golden, and added the links to the belts. Yes, and the bolts or rivets or whatever this is.

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    The "body" of the cannon - this was a bit of a puzzle to figure out how it goes together. Almost no scoring to make the shape round.

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    The barrel assembly - rolled paper, rounded segments (I used the sides from the kit, but not the faces - these were really too polygonal). I redid the muzzle area (still not very probable, but looking better than the original "muzzle" in the middle). As a reference I had this similar Dreadnought Assault cannon:
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    ...and ended with this:
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    Finished. A big gun. Enough said.

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    All right, we have a problem here - the assembly is pretty heavy, mainly the barrel cluster. I should have put some counter-weight into the ammo box to get it more balanced. Perhaps I will do it yet, but it will take some operating :) Scalpel, please...
  8. micahrogers

    micahrogers ...And the Wife...

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    is your cutting matt grid in inches or half inches?

    that assault cannon looks great! all those barrels the same size! i would have cheated and found something round to use. bravo zulu to you sir for stickin with paper!
  11. daishi

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    That Assault cannon looks wicked!

    I feel tempted to remake mine ... probably wont happen, or will do when i make Thunder Hammer and Strorm Shield arms .... not anytime soon :p