The Bat Factory......

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falcondesigns

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Progress report.Turbines are ready for details.Chassies need touch up before assembly.The lower right is the finished chassie.
 

falcondesigns

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This is the pre-shading of the first movie Batmobile.....A gloss mist coat of black will be applied so that the colors show through.
 

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falcondesigns

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The first paint job failed.......I watched the movie with my cousin over the weekend,and noticed a way to do the paint job,which resulted in a nice effect.The black car is the second movie car,you can just make out the colors in the first movie car......
 
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nick daring

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Cool to see someone try to achieve that beetle shell finish from the first movie. Very elusive!

Nick
 

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PetarB

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Well actually I much prefer the Tumbler.

But the two designs are completely different aethetics.

Regardless, this looks like some great work. Keen to see the final results!
 

Darph Bobo

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Absolutely gorgeous! You have to post a tutorial of how you did the beetle shell effect! I have an '89 Batmobile waiting for me to build up the nerve to take a crack at it!
 

falcondesigns

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Absolutely gorgeous! You have to post a tutorial of how you did the beetle shell effect! I have an '89 Batmobile waiting for me to build up the nerve to take a crack at it!
For my latest attempt at this I painted the model with Rustoleum semi gloss black,then did the shading with Alclad prismatic colors,the blue to UV,the green.This left a very rough texture,so I shot two coats of Rustoleum flat clear to blend it all in.
 

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