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  1. Good evening everyone. The de Havilland Sea Vixen is an aircraft of singular appearance is it not? You notice it. The sweep and curve of its geometry. Formed not only from the requirements of naval aviation but (covertly, one suspects) from those1950s fantasies about how fast and silver a technological future would look. It was the kind of aircraft Captain Scarlet would have trained on and was capable, if required, of protecting the Earth from UFO invasion. At least I think so. I'm going to build two of them partly for the aforementioned reasons
  2. Latest in a line of Prints I'm doing from Archvillain Games Patreon Circus Grotesque. I've printed these with a slight reduction to make them 28mm scale which is what we use in our D&D group. 3 hour total paint time, all painted using Scale 75 acrylics and FW inks Thanks for looking Sean
  3. Another figure from the Circus Grotesque, Raza the Fortune Teller Again she has been shrunk to be 28mm scale and is still 90mm tall..... 3.5 hour paint job, painted in my favourite paints, Scale 75 acrylics and FW inks Thanks for looking Sean
  4. " Things have become a little rougher, ugly and now we need a law enforcement unit capable of meeting the enemy on his own ground, and carrying enough fire power to get the job done." " Ladies and gentlemen, with great pleasure, i introduce ROBOCOP 2" The Old Man Hi fellow modellers. A few months ago i decided to get the 3d print files for Robocain from Robocop 2. The problem was i never actually had the time to start the project. With the current situation that the world is in, I have more time at home and i can finally get started.
  5. Another super fast but effective paint job for my D&D Games Master for an up-coming game when Covid is replaced again by Brexit..... All done with Daler Rowney Fluorescent FW inks on a gloss black base, using nothing but an airbrush. He maxed out the build height of my printer at 155mm tall. Thanks for looking Sean
  6. Afternoon all, Like most modellers, I do love to be surrounded in tiny little cute things, so it has been wonderful becoming a dad this year. That said, the modelling has definitely suffered, and will continue to I suspect! The ray of light has been 3d design, and of late I have spent many a happy 5am with Minime strapped in the sling tinkering with CAD, when I should have probably been playing Mozart or doing baby yoga. I've got quite a few of these in the pipeline, and heaven knows when I shall get round to building them. This one has been done in frantic snatched hal
  7. Finished this commission gift for our D&D groups DM up today, 3 hour time limit, CMYK and white Primary colours only from Scale 75 Artists range. For those that don't know this is Durnan, the Bar Keep at the Yawning Portal, and for the cost of 1 Gold coin you can ride the bucket down the yawning portal and strike out on your own adventure, most never come back, those that do are forever changed...... Anyhoo, back in the real world..... Some rough freehand, painted upside down with no easy access, so I have a rubbish excu
  8. Evening, Another in a series of small general aviation 1:72 models that I have been designing and 3d printing to keep 2020 interesting...and what better to model in 2020 than the Pipistrel Virus? (Actually it's pronounced Veerus). This is a dinky plane with a lovely bird like fuselage that reminds me of an Etrich Taube. I think it deserves a model, it's quite a thing if you are unfamiliar - 140kt cruise at a claimed 48 nautical miles per gallon. 1000 or so have been manufactured so far, including 194 to India where it is the air force basic trainer. An
  9. Hi: Here you got my take on the smaller member of the AT family: the AT-PT. The model was CAD designed using Fusion360 and 3D printed with an Anycubic Photon resin 3D printer. These are all the required parts for this build. Please note all these pics show the naked model. No special post processing was required but removing the printing support trees. For comparaison purposes here we got the AT-PT body with the Imperial officer figure included in the Fine Molds 1:48th scale Tie figther kit.
  10. Having bought an Anycubic Photon after Bootneck kindly pointed out they were on offer, I have been printing away for about 3 weeks. So now is the time to take the plunge and build someting that I've printed. I had been quietly watching StevenBills build of the Y-Wing using his Elegoo Mars and this got my interest up in building a Star Wars ship, the CG model was bought from CGTrader (same author as Steves Y-Wing) and away I went. A couple of weeks of printing got me here: Scalewise I thought I would revive the old 'Box scale' of the 50's, but this was go
  11. Hey, Looking at the plethora of 3D model files available online, I as wondering if there is any established shopping place for printed minis? Having an own printer is out of question for several reasons but I'd be up paying for some printed stuff. Does anyone have a suggestion? I only saw Etsy so far but the offer is somewhat limited and Ebay has close to none, surprisingly. Many thanks in advance!
  12. Two designs proposed in A 1952 RAE report “An Investigation into an Aircraft to Fly at a Mach Number of 2, Aero.2462” 3D printed at 1/72 scale, painted with acrylics decals from spares First up, looking like the results of a liaison between an EE Lightning and an F-104. Design with engines in the fuselage which they really didn’t fancy
  13. Please be kind. I’m firmly at the foot of this particular learning curve so am aware there is a lot could be improved. Sharing just in case folks might be interested rather than for critique I’ve been experimenting with laser cutting, 3D printing and digital design so decided to apply a bit of that to model making (in progress thread here Sharing the most recent output. Convair XP-92 in 1/72 scale. Parts modelled in Fusion 360, printed on a Creality Ender 3 in grey PLA. Assembled with isocyanate and painted with acrylics. Drawings thanks to @Space Ranger a
  14. My contribution to this GB will be a T92 Howitzer Motor Carriage in 1/35 scale. For those not familiar with this tank, it was an prototype 240mm howitzer based on the M26 Pershing chassis. 5 where built in 1945 & it was planed to use them during the invasion of Japan but the war ended before they could see service. Two of them still remain today, one of them is on on display at the Detroit Arsenal museum & the other is currently disassembled into a scrapheap at a storage facility. So here is the "kit" I'll be using for my build... It has been a dream of mine to build a
  15. Good afternoon chaps, I have recently purchased a 1/72 TSR.2 and am planing on doing a Whif Operational Strike aircraft. For this I plan on arming the aircraft with 2 of the WE.177Bs, apart a couple of resin sets (of which I would have to purchase 2), I have come across a set of 2 3d printed versions. See link: https://www.shapeways.com/product/UZR4HG7J7/we-177b-c-nuclear-weapon-bipack I wonder if anybody here has had any experience with the manufacturer? Kind regards, Ash
  16. First TX in 1/72? https://www.ipmsstockholm.se/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=10539 3D printed... Cheers / André
  17. The Knight Shuttle from The Expanse 150mm Printed Planes Original photo taken from The Expanse Wiki. The Expanse began life in the minds of two friends, and was originally going to be a game, with complex backstory and a huge universe created in great depth. It turned into a series of books under the pseudonym James S A Corey, and in recent years has been serialised by the SyFy channel for the first three seasons, after which Amazon Prime have taken up the banner, promising us season four in the new year (2019). With a new book in the series also hitting the
  18. I teased a part of this project in my Eagle Transporter build thread, so although I am a way off finishing that one, and I will not be doing any more on this until that happens, I thought it might be fair to share a bit more. The actual 3D model of the ship began life as a personal project in 2006, and like most personal projects I kept tweaking it. Then stupidly I decided i would like a 3D print of it, so I spent ages making the model printable, and then spent a fortune getting it printed at approx 1/35 scale, might be more like 1/32 or 54mm (like my eagle transporter - it's not a
  19. These look really nice, pricey but the detail is incredible. Scanned from real subjects wearing the kit I must say that they are some of the best I have seen. http://reedoak.com/ Dan
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