Hahahaha, thanks for the advice man! I didn’t even realize how ineffective my sanding was until I was editing and saw how little it had worked. I thought about cutting it, but I thought it was really really funny and showed honest failure, so. I’ll remember that if I have to do something like that for next time!No way dude we built the exact same saber! Hahaha!!
And I always wanted to use one of those as the base of a custom blaster. Very nice taste sir!
Jist a tip for you next time: to reduce the diameter of a round object, clamp a flat file in a vise, put your knob threaded end into a drill and press down on your file at full speed. Essentially a rudimentary lathe. And yes I know a rock doesnt have any vulnerable spots
Wow, I am stunned. These are really incredible, they look like high quality 3D models, like they’re big even real. I recently built a custom blaster and posted a video of it, but these put that to shame, man. Very well done.Nice to see a myriad of props being shared here. Here's a follow up to my earlier post.
Finished my Fieldmarshal DL-44
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Also finished a DT-29 for a client. The kit was provided as-is so I cannot vouch for its accuracy. I just assembled and painted it.
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This is the starlord figure I’ve also been working on, nearly complete but the head is not the one I will be using
Beautiful looking car! My father in law had a '39 Dodge panel van that he used for is liquor distributing business.. very fitting, unfortunately he sold it years ago. The best thing about working on cars (mechanically, I don't touch body work!) from this era is that it's so intuitive, relatively easy, and just plain ol' fun.