Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Rhaven Blaack, Jan 8, 2013.
Wonderful! What do you think of the colouring?
You did and AMAZING job on the paint scheme!
It looks FAN(FRAKKING)TASTIC!!!
Here is the luggage rack.
Luggage rack mounted on top of the front cabin.
Here are close-up shots of the strap mounts.
Here are different angled shots of the SR.
I am now going to work on a little extra surprise for this model to truly finish it off.
Wow! You really brought it to life! :thumb:
That's an incredible build; you have attached the straps in a very clever way.
Thank you for your comment on the colouring. I almost thought it would be too colourful for all the ice and snow..! :mrgreen:
Very nice RB!
Outstanding build RB and outstanding design RF. :thumb: I bookmark all these BSG builds for future reference. I really love how that gun turret turned out. Can't wait to see what the surprise is :?:
Thanks for sharing another fantastic build. Rick
I guess I know what surprise you have in mind. BUT I WON'T TELL! :mrgreen:
That is the wonderful thing about surprises, THEY ARE JUST THAT, A SURPRISE!!!:idea:
Surprise, Surprise, Surprise
Ladies & gentlemen, Boys & girls, and all Colonial warriors (where ever you are), here is the surprise that you all have been waiting for.
I took Tiricks Hoth X-wing pilot (without modifications) and built it to stand in as a Colonial warrior in arctic gear. The figurine does seem a bit small (I think that problem is do to me not printing it on the right settings).
Here I placed a 1cm block under his feet to raise him up a bit.
You can see the block here.
In Nature (A.K.A Snow)
Sense this is a Snowram, what better place to show off this model then in the snow. Unfortunately, the track marks that I made (like the ones I made with the Landram in the sand) did not show that well wall1.
On the planet Arcta.
On the way to the Cylon garrison to destroy the "Ravoshol" pulsar cannon.
Leaving the garrison after destroying the pulsar cannon.
Wonderful work, Rhaven. Someday I'll get there!
Thank you for the kind words.
From what I have seen of your work, you are doing a really good job already.
Wow! Incredible! That is awesome!
The nature pics are terrific! You've really captured the atmosphere of the ice planet. I do see the traces you have made in the snow.
The luggage pack is attached in a very logical way and looks as if it was real. I'm glad that the colour of the Ram looks also right compared to the screenshots. (BTW, everyone is officially authorized to recolour the base model according to his / her needs, so go ahead if you would like to have a completely white, tan, red or even checkered Ram.)
Congratulations on another wonderful build, RB! :thumb:
Don't worry about the Colonial midget. You know, the Warrior was on an ice planet and kinda shrunk due to the cold. When the temperature rises he will grow to his full size (6') again :mrgreen: !
Another awe inspiring build R.B, and a perfectly orchestrated photographic presentation.
Hats off to you Sir!.:thumb::thumb::thumb:
Thank you for the kind words. It was a fun and enjoyable build.
I was thinking about putting two more straps (one running in either direction), but I figured what was there was enough.
I am very proud of how the photos (especially the ones in nature) turned out. I was hoping that I did capture the whole "Ice Planet Zero" theme. I guess I got what I was shooting for (please excuse the pun).
Very cool RB!
I really do like the outside pictures, they're awesome!!
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