It is just that I wanted to make it look a bit more usable and with some graffiti decals on it. The only thing That I did not do, is to give it a black wash to simulate grime.I have to say that this cart is (by far) better than the one that was used in the series.
You are welcome Revell-Fan. The cart is there as a basic model but if you feel adventurous, the panel door can be made in the open position with some sort of tool inventory to show.Absolutely wonderful! Thank you, silver!
CongratulationIn showing appreciation to (and thanking) @uhu02 for for this wonderful model.
I was at a paper model expo this weekend (06/06 - 06/08 2014). I had entered my diorama using this Viper.
I won the award for "Best in category" "Dioramas".
I would also like to thank; @silveroxide for the service mule, @Tirick for the figurines, @Revell-Fan for one of the cabinets, and Japanese Epson paper crafts for the pit-crew equipment.
Thank you everyone for such WONDERFUL models!!!
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Thanks for the words of encouragement John. I have to start soon on the figures and other items for the hangar. Plus working with the prototype figures, I am learning on how to pose the figures. Thanks for looking and keeping the thread alive.Words can't describe this. Thank God you posted pictures! Incredible, inspiring workmanship. This is Art. most of your work falls into that category. 3 dimensional representations of our fantasy. It's really neat if you think about it. It's neat because anyone can do it. Silveroxide, we should put "Pathfinder" under your name. You show us a way, and it's always awesome.