Discussion in 'Science Fiction & Fantasy' started by Vger1981, Jul 7, 2013.
MY GOD! You are a genious!!!!!!!!!!!! This is simply fantastic!!!!!!! Good to have you here!!!!!!!!!
this is so great..i like the grass and all those little details..
Wow . . .
I am at a loss for words . . .
Other than to say that this is TRULY AWESOME!!! :mrgreen::thumb:
love the little fallout guy in the top pic.
looks very russian with all the heavy green paint!( love it)
how did you make the "tin" sheets.
I do have one question though...................When is the movie coming out!!!
Dude! I'm in awe, that is absolutely unbelievable!!! You have a lot of talent and modeling skills, not to mention a great imagination. As a suggestion,for making figures you might want to give Sculpey a try, it's easy to work with, bakes in the oven at 260 -275 degrees, and is paintable (with water based paints). You would probably have a blast with it, seeing the figure you did, and one box can yeild a lot of small figures! And, it's non-toxic, too. It's what got me started in sculpture, many moons ago........
My better half has this tool which I'm using while she's not watching.. :rofl:
Spielberg is not picking up the phone, I think I'll sell the rights to Bollywood. :mrgreen:
I was actually looking for some figure to buy, but can't find anything decent in that size, so I decided to create one. It's not the best, I've used what I found at home, but it's plausible for this purpose, I only wanted to bring some life to scene and give some scale idea. I hope that my next try will be better. :yep:
I could see the design stolen and appearing in a movie!!
The only word I can think of is ..... Masterpiece!
It's good to find backup of the backup in the backups of the backups... :mrgreen:
I've found complete 3D model and some unfolded w.i.p. pages. hamr
Very very cool!! I hope you can find them all. It is a beauty of a model.
I don't think I've every seen a cardmodel so well painted.
Very nice, indeed!
Great cooglie mooglies!!! That thing is fantastic. Well done on all levels. I salute your skill and vision.
Very Cool! Fantastic model. I'd love to see a tutorial on how to weather like that. I love the worn edges on the metal.
Some of these things seems just so untenable, but this looks like something that could work and not a pure work of fantasy.
That colour chipping is just painting in this two easy steps, again and again...
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