BatWing '89 / 1:32 / Ing. Spendlik

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Ing. Spendlik, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. Ing. Spendlik

    Ing. Spendlik Member

    Hi guys,
    sorry for not posting for a such long time and thank you for your patience. Laser cutted frames came to me few weeks ago, but I did not have free time to assamble it. So hopefully, in a few days, there will be some new pictures.
  2. zathros

    zathros SENIOR Administrator

    Laser cut frames!! Wow, that must be a sight to behold! :)
  3. Ing. Spendlik

    Ing. Spendlik Member

    Hi guys,
    I have moved a little bit.


  4. dnalor

    dnalor Active Member

    Great looking parts..
    is it paper or balsa?
  5. zathros

    zathros SENIOR Administrator

    Very professional looking. The laser cutting was done very well. :)
  6. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member


    Second that! Please, more pics!sign1
  7. DanBKing

    DanBKing Active Member

    Looking very professional and well engineered. Nice work.
    I really cant wait to see this baby finished. It will be a CLASSIC to be cherished.
  8. Ing. Spendlik

    Ing. Spendlik Member

    It´s been a loooong while since last update, but this model won´t be another forgotten unfinished project of mine. Working on the dashboard (colors are little bit fancy - don´t worry, it´s only because of rendering purposes).


    Ing. Spendlik
  9. silveroxide

    silveroxide Well-Known Member

    It has been a while since your last posting, that I completely forgot that you were building the batwing. Your Space Marine Jet bike took a while also but the end product was well worth the wait. The way that this is coming along, It will also be another splendid work worth the waiting. Thanks for sharing and see you around the forum.
  10. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

    Oh, man, it looks so cool! Do you intend to release it? Will it be "buildable" in paper only?
  11. Ing. Spendlik

    Ing. Spendlik Member

    You will be able to download it like other models created by me. You can build this model also using other materials, but some parts are calculating with the thickness of paper - so you have to take into consideration this fact and adapt parts (but this is normal, when you want to make paper model without using a paper :) ).
  12. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

    Believe it or not, yesterday I thought about you and your Batwing. Great to see that the project continues! ;-)
  13. Ing. Spendlik

    Ing. Spendlik Member

    3D model finished - ready for unfolding.

  14. mcusanelli

    mcusanelli Member

    This model looks like it's going to be incredible. Beautiful work, and that cockpit is amazing!
  15. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

    Now that's what I call a "must-have"! :thumb: :thumb: :cool: :cool:
  16. Revell-Fan

    Revell-Fan Co-Administrator Administrator

  17. kolacho

    kolacho Member

    Yes yes yes !!!!
    Ok this model its my next "next model" :D
    Look like great!!
  18. Ing. Spendlik

    Ing. Spendlik Member

    Hi guys,
    I have started unfolding this beauty.

    Before I print it out, I have to decide, what kind of "camouflage" I am going to use. I was thinking about two possibilities, camouflages:
    - First one looks like metalic-black painting. Not sure if I will be able to paint it with GIMP, but I know few guys who are (imcold for example, his X-Wing is incredible). You can see this painting on SideShow Collectibles model
    - Second is more about how I and most of people imagine batman's plane - black and very very dark grey (have you seen Batman's appearance in Lego The Movie trailer?)

    What do you guys think? Black metal or black and very very dark grey or both?

    Thank for your comments :)

    Ing, Spendlik
  19. Rogerio Silva

    Rogerio Silva Active Member

    Both, please, do both!!!
  20. McGee

    McGee Newbie

    EXCELLENT.... I am VERY excited about this. Definitely going on my gotta builds list... and by all means please do a coloring that shows a metallic surface like what you see on rifle and shot gun barrels where the bluing has worn down and the metal looks a tiny bit oxidized or off black.

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