Scratch Built Delivery Ship 3011AD, The Nylon Gag MK.1 FINISHED.

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vismus

Active Member
Should I ever decide to have a scratch modeler's contest in the Boston area, I want you to attend as Grand Marshall!
I know you live near Hollywood, Fla, but you should be working in Hollywood, CA!

Tommie
 

TheNylonGag

Well-Known Member
Gone but not forgotten.
Evenin All,
The Final Final pix,

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Thanks again for all your support and encouragement.
Gag
 

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struschie

Active Member
After I ran across it on facebook, I saw the backlink to the WIP
this was more than I expected. Absolutely stunning work!!!!
Not just the outstanding scratch craft, but also the paint job you claimed to not like to do.
The most inspirational built I saw for years. A big, big motivation for my own project I started 9 month ago.
Thank you so much for sharing!
 

Pcoz

Well-Known Member
I accidently stumbled onto this thread researching plastruct.

Unreal ! This has been my favorite post hands down. The amount of thought behind "functional" detail was amazing.

I started a mech bot (simliar to Titanfall/Avatar with a human driver) scratch build from foamboard, balsa, household scraps, etc. It will stand about 12-14" tall.

After scouring through ever detail of your build, I realized that my build would have been extremely inferior. You have definitely set the bar high and I appreciate all the advice you gave along the way.....

Pcoz
 

Atesta

Active Member
Hey great job ,geat detail . It all pulls together extremely well. I have one question how did you bend the large styrene tubes? Fantastic job!
 

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Mclabop

Active Member
Stumbled into this thanks to the previous poster. Holy cow. That is an amazing build. Words cannot describe that level of detail and expertise. Great work!
 

alienbuilder

Well-Known Member
absolutely awesome build! great skills. and I love this kind of creating something futuristic depending on present stuff. I m not really into modeling, but made some funny drawings a while ago when I was working for some sort of ...delivery service. this made my work a little bit easier though, when I was imagining I would drive a futuristic, bladerunner or something like hovertruck. have a look here if you like:) ... http://futuristicpostvehicles.tumblr.com

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sandbagger

Master Member
Builds like this inspire me beyond measure. Things you can do with junk, trinkets, and repurposing all manner of nic knacks. Stunning work bloke, stunning work.

SB
 

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