Blade Runner model

Discussion in 'Internet Finds' started by CIVIC, Jun 26, 2007.

  1. Just_because

    Just_because Member

    Hey Civic, how are things?

    I downloaded your Spinner model couple days ago but I realized there was a missing page. The one with the wheels. Could you post it somewhere so I can get it, please?

    THX man!
  2. jaffro

    jaffro Long term member

    Looking at the model, and digging around the files on the site where you found it, I found 2 jpg's "street mode" and "fly mode".

    It looks like you can still build the model in fly mode without the wheels.

    Thanks for the model Civic, i'll be adding this to my ever-growing build queue of movie cars.

    Street Mode:


    Fly Mode:

  3. Just_because

    Just_because Member

    Thx for answering Jaffro! Yes I can still build it "flying" but i was hoping to make both versions. Anyway, I can always download some wheels from another car model and work on the details. We'll see what happen with that!

    Have a nice one and thx again!!
  4. CIVIC

    CIVIC Member

    Ok Ill get them up somewhere when I get home. The guy who hosted the model split up the files they must have bin lost some how.
  5. CIVIC

    CIVIC Member

    Spinner wheels

    Put them on my webpage 2 sorry for the messup.

    Attached Files:

  6. Just_because

    Just_because Member

    Thx for the blade runner model page. That's the one!!!

  7. jaffro

    jaffro Long term member

    Thanks for the missing wheels, it'll be nice to have one of each type, if I ever get around to building it :D
  8. allanm320

    allanm320 New Member


    This is a great model I am looking forward to building it.
  9. Just_because

    Just_because Member

    It's finally done!!!

    What a great model guys!! Just the scale I love; big!. Even though I had to modify some pieces myself and added two more to make it "more real", it's a "beautiful" model !!

    THX CIVIC !!!!


    Attached Files:

  10. jaffro

    jaffro Long term member

    Nice work, you did a great job on that...

    How big is the finished model? (length)
  11. Master-Bruce

    Master-Bruce Active Member

    Looks great! Did you alter the texture at all? It has a nice sort of weathered look to it.

    Very impressive.
  12. Just_because

    Just_because Member

    Thx Jaffro! The model is 31 cm long.

  13. Just_because

    Just_because Member

    Thx Skupilkinson! No, I didn't alter the textures, what you see it's the shadow cast from the fabric that I use to protect my car. Sorry! :mrgreen:

  14. Stev0

    Stev0 Active Member

    thats close to 1:18 scale?

    nice build.
  15. Master-Bruce

    Master-Bruce Active Member

    Well, it's very nice. A build well done. At 31cm it's a stunning size too.
  16. Just_because

    Just_because Member

    Hi StevO! I compared it to my 1:18 diecast General Lee and it's the same size; 31 cm. Anyway, the Dodge Charge was a "long" car. But the scale is the same.

    ARMORMAN Guest

    wheelbase on the full scale prop was 10 feet.
  18. CIVIC

    CIVIC Member

    Looks great Im glad you like it. Its very cool to see someone build my stuff other then myself LOL
  19. Just_because

    Just_because Member

    THX man! I appreciate your comment!
  20. Just_because

    Just_because Member

    Hi guys!!

    I've been trying (unsuccessfully) to download the blade runner's paper blaster and non of the links seem to work. Any idea where I can get the file? THX!!

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