ED209 just completed

Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by pupumonkey, Sep 22, 2008.

  1. pupumonkey

    pupumonkey Member

    I decided to take a break from spaceships while I decided what to work on next and finally put together the ED209 kit I had been saving for a while. It is standing on the unfolded Caldari Kestrel I plan on making next.

    Fun kit. Kudos to the person who designed it. Seems to be the only ED209 I can find out there and it beats buying the toy collectible for $700.

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  2. Kjev

    Kjev Member

    Looks fantastic. I think Zecks was the designer.
  3. cdavenport

    cdavenport Member

    It appears you have a posing option, too! Very nice.
  4. Nothing

    Nothing Longtime Member

    suoiror craftsmanship! looks awsome.good job:)

    SEBRET Member

    Great job, what did you color the edges with?
  6. pupumonkey

    pupumonkey Member

    I use illustration pens to detail the edges usually.

    LAZGEORG New Member

    Great model!!!!I wonder is there is any ROBOCOP model out there???I never came across of any!!
  8. blaar

    blaar Member

    Great build and weathering effects.

    Also there is another 209 over at paper-replika :)


    I have also built the 209 Zecks made, and the one above seems to be more detailed.
  9. I like that one!
  10. mastrcontrol

    mastrcontrol New Member

    Wow, that looks like the type of paper model I'd want to play a mini game with
  11. F131

    F131 Member

    Very nice work!
  12. anthony344

    anthony344 Member

    That super awesome dude, great job :thumb:
  13. Millenniumfalsehood

    Millenniumfalsehood Active Member

    Great job! :thumb: I actually just watched RoboCop for the first time about a month ago, and wanted to build up an ED-209. Then I forgot about it. Now I see yours and it reminded me that I need to start an ED-209 for my own collection. :cool:
  14. Satka

    Satka Member

    That is very nice looking, congrats!

    I built one too, a year ago (the battle damaged version).
    Although I rushed the building process a little (I've always liked the Robocop movie, and I got a little excited/impatient), the end result is satisfactory (to my taste), and the legs mechanism is astute, making this poseable ED-209 a great toy! (although I don't let my 4yo son play with it :p)

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