1:1 Cylon Helmet / Head

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by MTK, May 23, 2011.

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  1. ninja_doc

    ninja_doc Member

    Looks awesome.
  2. MTK

    MTK Active Member

    Thanks ninja_doc, I just sent the .pdo out to various members and staff.
    I'm working on the Beta Build and will have updates soon.

    Special thanks to SJS for all of his help and assistance in various ways!:thumb:
  3. seakrakken

    seakrakken Member

    Toasters Everywhere!

    Nice work!
    Temptation on this one is strong.
    I eagerly await more developments.
    Are you going all the way on this?
    Or will this only be a head?
  4. MTK

    MTK Active Member

    For now, this thread is only going to cover the head, but it will completely cover the head. I'm building a beta version right now and SJS is adjusting the Beta I'm working on for a 2.0 version, as I understand it. We are going to be working on the entire 1:1 Cylon, at least that's the understanding now. However, I have several projects that I have promised to finish first, so as soon as the head is done I'll be wrapping those models up, while working on a large, for pay, contract. Updates may be slow after the head is complete and ready for distribution. Hope that answers the question accurately.
  5. seakrakken

    seakrakken Member

    It does indeed.
    I completely can appreciate the need to follow up on the business end of things.
  6. oriod01

    oriod01 Member

    Since the continuation of this will be slow coming after the head, I recommend when it does continue that the neck/chest be next. This way if someone only wants to do a full bust, they don't have to wait for a bunch of other parts to do said bust. Those who intend on building the entire thing will still have a bust to display while waiting for the rest. Just a thought.
  7. MTK

    MTK Active Member

    Sounds good to me....:mrgreen: Below are a couple of build shots and a couple of shots of the directions. I'm going to make a complete set of step by step instructions for this, so that it is very clear how this goes together. I'll be using a combination of real life photos and step by step graphics with the addition of an easy to follow narrative.:mrgreen:

    Attached Files:

  8. racerMachX

    racerMachX New Member

    Great work. Very clear steps.
  9. MTK

    MTK Active Member

    Thanks, here's some more of the work I've done. I've since been working on it more, it's just taking time to do the fiddly bit. More to come.

  10. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

    :thumb::thumb::thumb:THAT IS FRAKKIN AWESOME!!!:thumb::thumb::thumb:

    I just hope anyone will tackle the Classic Cylon Centurion from Razor, too...
  11. MTK

    MTK Active Member

    Thank you. Bazookajo, I think has already done a TOS Cylon, that could easily be modified to the Razor version I think....

  12. seakrakken

    seakrakken Member


    I gotta get me some Mad Skills like you got!:thumb:
  13. MTK

    MTK Active Member

  14. ekuth

    ekuth Active Member

    MTK, you are officially FRAKKING NUTS.

    Now, modify the entire suit so it will be wearable... tooth1
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  15. MTK

    MTK Active Member

    Well.... I've got to get this done and then size it correctly, then we have to make sure it's right..... Then we have to find a very skinny person to try to fit the suit....:confused:
  16. Cuthbert

    Cuthbert Member

    Great work MTK.
    Building the entire Cylon at 1:1 scale would make an interesting project.
  17. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

    Yeah, but that would be quite a challenge. Getting the head right is the essence... I think it would be easier to develop an all-new model to get the Razor Centurion.

    Keep up the great work! :thumb:
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    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

  19. MTK

    MTK Active Member

  20. vaderman1701

    vaderman1701 New Member

    Are you planning on fiberglassing this or just leaving it as a paper model. Either way it looks really cool?
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