Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Cláudio Dias, Feb 11, 2008.
Thanks Darth! Hope you have a FUN time:mrgreen:
Something is missing...
I finished the right leg this weekend, so here's what I've got:
I think I miss something... Oh yes! The torso! :mrgreen:
I'll start it tonight.
You'd think that after seeing the head and arms, we'd be used to this kind of awesomeness?! Oh no! This really does keep getting more and more amazing!
Can't wait to see the torso pull all this together!
Me too, Friend. Me too!
WWWWHHHHAAAATTTT TTTTHHHEEEE!!! jawdrop
It looks like he feels somewhat empty inside. =x
Claudio, what do you mean exactly with the sentence 'Laminate parts A3 and A23 to A34 on black cardstock'? It stands on the Head page.
You see... I have the same feeling...
Well, it means you must glue them to a black paper, so their white face become black. You can also color them black, however they won't get rigid enough.
So A3, A23 AND A34? Oh I was confused by the word 'to'. Thanks! :mrgreen:
Sorry about that!
It means A3, A23, A24, A25, ... , A33 and A34
Ohhh.... Well thank you, again!
Wow, what a great looking model! I am thinking about starting this but I have just one question. What are the springs in the arms for. Are they necessary, or can the model be built without them?
Wow...this is looking great!!! I better get me some 180gsm (medium) glossy paper and get cracking. Nice job Claudio.
Thank you for your comment!
The spring is not necessary. You can build the arm without it.
well sense you bring up the spring... what did you use for it. from what i see it looks like coper wire
Indeed it is! I rolled it around a pen to form the spring
I am finding that the detail around Bumblebee's eyes are difficult to see. It's the black on black, the details seem to fade. I am looking at step 17. parts A27 and A28. I am not sure what angle or curve they should take. I put on the left one and it looks rather odd. I put it on as a curve on side of the inner eye socket.
Hope this helps
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