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Lee Chambers

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  1. Great to see this model again,a real master class in painting this unique ship.
  2. Fanastic work ! Love the rail gantry,and looks like some great cockpit details,much better and any previous kits i have seen of the ship.
  3. Great work! I have this Polar Lights kit,where did you get the replacement Kane head? If you don't mind me asking.
  4. Awesome looking Falcon.weathering and colours look spot on to me,i have 2 Finemold kits and this Bandai kit to build at some point,just hope i can get them looking this good, congrats !
  5. Thanks again,it was tricky to photograph,worked better with the white background i think,but as for the selling the background,i will pass on that,it was my first attempt,and i am no expert,just hope it gives other folk the inspiration to have a go,i will try something similar in the future that's for sure.
  6. Thanks HR it's very hard to show the true effect in a photo,natural daylight or a powerful lamp shining on the paint really makes it pop.
  7. Hi all, here is the final reveal for the 1/12 Halcyon Power Loader and 1/12 Halcyon Alien Queen Diorama. For the third and final segment I built the base from MDF (Medium density fibreboard) with some 2mm aluminium checker plate for RC trucks, which I added to the floor and another rotary light in red. I also used some Trumpeter decal trays for the grills and loading deck with some LED strip lights inside them. The Queens Vinyl legs are solid inside, but I have been warned by a fellow modeller that they can sag, so I drilled them out and added some cotton bud sticks coated in epoxy. This seems to have a made them now solid. The diorama also fits perfectly on my coffee table! Finally, you can see the work in progress of my build here.
  8. Hi all, this is a quick update on my Aliens diorama. I have now completed the Queen model and can begin work on the base. I started the paintwork on the Queen with a black basecoat, and then added silver pearlescent followed by candy pearl blue and amber colours which is hard to show up in photos. I also used fibre optic strands to use as replacement teeth as the kit teeth looked like horse teeth to me and weren't scary enough! I'll post more in the next week or so, when I have finished the base.
  9. Thanks for the thumbs up,it's was my first truck build,i will try another in the future when i get time.
  10. Hi all, I've just about finished the Man of Steel build for the diorama. I airbrushed most of the main body, however I hand painted a lot of the details, including the S Symbol on his chest, I now have to continue my progress with the Wonder Woman build and then start work on the diorama base for both superheroes. Keep you all updated in the near future.
  11. Well i have taken your warning about the legs sag problem and in my warm veranda this afternoon,they have become quite soft,so i can see how they could sag. Hopefully i have sorted the issue. I have drilled from the base of the feet up to just below the bend for the knee,and i have also drilled from the top of the knee cap down to the bend of the leg,then i have inserted cotton bud[que tips] sticks coated with JB weld slow epoxy into the legs. This fingers crossed this should solve the problem,time will tell i guess,but it's sure better than just the vinyl.
  12. Hi,yes the light on top does spin,i had no plans to build this kit unless i could get all the lighting looking correct,i bought a RC light off Ebay it's designed for rc trucks etc,there are three wires,red black orange,i cut the orange wire off,all of the lighting is powered from a twin button battery pack,with built in switch,works great. I posted a short video of it working with all the lights on Modelerstube . com,as for my Queen kit the legs and arms are all solid,so no issues there,but thanks for your interest.
  13. Thanks i had a blast weathering it up,it's given me a few ideas for a future build.
  14. Hi all, I've completed part 1 of my classic Aliens movie diorama. The Power Loader was a really fun project, I enjoyed the weathering and adding the lighting. I also added a few small nuts and bolts to give some more realism to the model. I'm now working on the Alien Queen, however one of the pictures shows Ripley getting some practice in with my 1/9 Dog Alien I built a while back, enjoy the pics!
  15. Cheers Kev,just to depress or excite you more i have the Dropship and Nostromo and a few others that i snapped up about 4yrs ago. Yes the base is going to need some thought but i have a few ideas for it.
  16. Thanks,it was a pool of 5 minute epoxy twisted into shape as it set,let's the light through really well.
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