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Gekko_1

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    Adelaide, South Australia.
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    What if? subjects, Science Fiction, History, General Plastic Modelling.

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  1. For anybody interested, I got one of the runner up positions.
  2. Hi Pete, thanks. The caste metal effect was Mr Surfacer 500 roughly painted on with an old brush straight on to the bare plastic. Quick, easy and worked out perfectly. Cheers Richard.
  3. For those of you not aware there was an MA.K in Gundam contest recently run on YouTube, see here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y1dgHAaLWiE&list=PLoBIme3OUbYq8rST2QIGcTH9Bwp1YqkRB&index=15&t=508s The base kit I decided to start with was the Bandai 1/144th scale Gundam Gusion kit and converted it into a mobile suit from the Maschinen Krieger universe using a lot of scratch building and spare parts. I called the mobile suit - Hasslicher Fetter Junge Ausf K (Ugly fat boy) The winners of the comp will be announced this Wednesday or Thursday on the same YouTube channel. Cheers Richard.
  4. That looks amazing Andy! Wow! Cheers Richard.
  5. Here's a pretty good YouTube video showing the new Bandai Star Destroyer.
  6. Stu, check page 3, Andy has done such a scheme for an AT-AT.
  7. Incorporating a bit more weathering into this one to give me a better idea of how it may look on the model. Richard.
  8. For those of you who play War Thunder, you may be aware of the new Italian vehicles and aircraft. I'm currently grinding my way through the Italian lineup and couldn't help but notice the unique and varied camouflage schemes available for them. Of course thoughts soon turned to the AT-ST and how they'd look in the Star Wars universe! So here's the first of them, out of sequence for those counting...... Richard.
  9. I'm going to be working on some desert/temperate schemes for a while now as I muse ideas for my diorama for later in the year. (I'll need 4 different schemes) Richard.
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