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Carts

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About Carts

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  • Birthday 04/30/1961

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    Male
  • Location
    Lancaster
  • Interests
    Alien,Dinosaurs,The Luftwaffe and other stuff.

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  1. I have mainly been painting various shades of black,a tad tedious,but thats the colour of choice for our undead chums!
  2. As Pete said,really excellent Fifties vibe with this,Excellent.
  3. Killer kits huge Dracula AD72 Resin kit,really good likeness of Drac and Caroline. First coat of primer on and I see a fair bit of sanding in my future,on the plus side only a few air bubbles to fill.
  4. Now thats what I call an "Upgrade" Smashing !
  5. That looks great! I have one in bits down in the cellar,might have to dig it out after seeing this.
  6. All done,another nice Neca figure re-paint on a home made base.
  7. Got some paint on the base and primed Ripley 8 Started on Ripley and added more washes and "stuff"to the base
  8. Alien Resurrection is a film that seemed to be five or six great set pieces in search of a plot,and one of the more memorable parts was when Ripley falls into the alien nest,referred on set as the "Viper Pit" Having recently got hold of the Neca Ripley 8 action figure I figured I would have a go at building a Viper pit to place the refilled and re-painted figure into. Firures pose set upon and began sculpting in the base. When I say sculpted,thats a bit of a strech,I used an old AMT Alien model to make negative molds and some rudimentary sculpting skills to fill in the base I then used "blue stuff" to make molds of an Alien 3 head,hands and tail,and a ripley clone taken from the original head and modified,For the half relief figures I used standard air drying clay,fore the full heads I used Milliput in the mold Ripley in situ
  9. Thank you everyone for your comments,really appreciate it.
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