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Neo uk

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  1. There's an episode of The Walking Dead where one of the characters builds models and someone actually kills a zombie with one.
  2. Apparently from the studio mold for the one they used in the Axis Chemical Plant sequence.
  3. I think the colour whether documented or not will always be open to personal interpretation. After I finish my K-2SO I've got this beast to continue with. God knows what I'm going to do about colour.
  4. Cracking job
  5. A little update. There's a fair bit of plastic surgery required to fit these new aluminium joints. Replacing some of the missing edging, trapping the joint.
  6. Here's a build I'm doing of K-2SO I'm using a Jakks Pacific Big Fig and adding parts to make it better, giving it a better paint job and changing the pose. After a lot of sanding and filing of the seams I gave it a coat of primer. Then I got busy with the lathe and machined some aluminium rod down to replace the hinges and joints. The first picture shows the replacement joints I made and then there's a couple of pictures of the old joints cut off and replaced with the new ones.
  7. All bits present
  8. Not really sure where to put this, so it might have to be moved to better suit the topic. I picked up this busted Predator Polystone Diorama off facebook recently. So I thought you'd like to see the process of repairing it.
  9. Not really sure where to put this, so it might have to be moved to better suit the topic. I picked up this busted Predator Polystone Diorama off facebook recently. So I thought you'd like to see the process of repairing it.
  10. The latest finished kit. Now I've got the tough decision of what to build next.
  11. Or said something to me about it rather than me seeing it getting stripped and re-painted on a forum I'm on (where the original build up by me was posted) Cheeky turd.
  12. No, I wish I was though. Bit of a kick in the teeth.
  13. With all that work involved you might as well just sculpted the entire figure.
  14. Must get mine out of the stash. Got to start building or selling
  15. Starting mine now