Vinyl kit predator 24 inch

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philigore1

New Member
Hello, I am French and thank you for excusing my English. I present you my work on a Thai vinyl kit predator of 24 inches
My purpose is to make a modéle so close as possible of Cinemaquette but not for the same price...
First Photo of the kit with details
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Somethings are good and others very bad
The vinyl parts lack of details in particular in weapons or quite a lot of cut and finish is missing

Later of numerous retouch here is the headway of the work.
The face, some dreds, as well as certain mechanical parts were completely redone. The gaudelet with blades was totally recreated with blades which retracts manually.
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First coat of paint in the airbrush as well as test of the light in the gaudelet...
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And Here we are, the face paints
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Here is a photo of the complete kit on its base with its helmet still in Plasticine....
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What do you think ???? :eek:

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servant38

New Member
In my opinion, it's a very good attempt and a very nice idea. But you can't compare this with the cinemaquette by detail and paintjob. And the CM has a more dynamic pose.
But it still looks great! I could never do something
 

helmethunter

New Member
I think this is a very nice alternative, considering the cinemaquette's price.
Good job on the build!
I think if you darken up some of the shading on his body (much like you did with the head), add the netting, wire across his chest armor, this would be an even more stunning display.

Darn you, now I want one :eek: :thumbsup !

-Ely
 

Justin1

New Member
I think what you've done so far is pretty good, especially the weathering on the armor, but is it just me or did you forget the leather bits (gloves, loincloth, sandals) and the spots on the legs?
 

philigore1

New Member
Thanks to you. it has no same pose as the cinemaquette, it is true but I corrected it because it was even stiffer. I do not want to redo the same that the cinémaquette because mine is smaller but a good compromise for only 50 dollars... On the last photo, the paint is not finished yet... There is still of the job because I am making dirty the armor...
 

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crawjaw

Active Member
Last pic does look a bit unfinished but you've said that was the case. Doesn't look to need much more work and it's obvious you know how to complete it.
Look forward to seeing him once the legs are darkened up and armour weathered. Nice work.
 

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