1/6 2001 Pod replica.

...and still not accurate:(

But to be fair - as I said a few posts back, you have to cut the guy some slack. The model is pretty good given the information that was publicly available at the time he designed it.

And for a garage resin cast, the moulding looks quite good in those photos - pretty sharp, and free of bubbles.

Now - taking money from people and never shipping product - *that* is inexcusable...
 
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But to be fair - as I said a few posts back, you have to cut the guy some slack. The model is pretty good given the information that was publicly available at the time he designed it.

And for a garage resin cast, the moulding looks quite good in those photos - pretty sharp, and free of bubbles.

Now - taking money from people and never shipping product - *that* is inexcusable...
Don't get me started (my own experience with him:mad:) To be fair; his casts were always sharp and clean.
 
Yes, I did...not accurate by any means. Here's the pics of the thread (I did a search, but without succes:unsure:) Yogybear gave me one of his EVA Pod ear and allowed me to recast it to make the other one, as well as DaveG contributed by giving me his highly accurate STL file for the arms.
Still a work in progress, since I've modified the upper engines (top of the window on the right/left of the model, as well as the trapeze bell at the upper top left).

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Here's the new pics:
 

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This may be your original thread for the EVA Pod Joberg:


Beautiful model by the way!
 

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