Moldy Crow scratchbuild - WIP

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starving4rtist

New Member
This is my first time working with styrene or doing any sort of scratchbuild, but I'm really enjoying it so far (and learning lots).

There isn't much reference material out there, so I'm making up a lot as I go:














 
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Underdog

Sr Member
Nice build work there. Milleniumfalsehood did a great card model version of that. Do you mind if I send him your photos?
 

PetarB

Active Member
This looks fantastic. Great work in styrene!

What's the scale you're working on?

I love building from video games, it gives you opportunity to 'fill in the blanks'.
 

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Ray22

Sr Member
Once you go scratch you never go back, really nice job on this looks like your a pro on your first try.
 

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starving4rtist

New Member
Thanks for all of the nice comments everyone! It means a lot coming from this community of amazing artists.

As for the scale, I'm not really sure :) I decided to make it 9" long and just figured out everything else from there.

...which brings me to my question for all of you: Does this scale look correct, or do the seats/person look too large?

 
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starving4rtist

New Member
Took a break from the ship to build an R2 unit. Unfortunately it's too large to use as a part of this project...but still fun to make! :cheers



 
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LastBattlestar

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starving4rtist

New Member
Thanks LastBattlestar! I found your model while looking for Moldy Crow references - very cool!

Build continues slowly, and as always, I'm learning lots as I go:




 
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