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I did just think of something that could work as a paper model; the white robots from the mind robber. Of course, there are some complexities, but they wouldn't actually need too much in terms of colour, and along with the geometric design it seems rather fitting.
This is great. A definite make for me. I tried to do this myself previously, but I found working with the various angles difficult. If I may ask, what was your design process? Did you work from images, and how did you do scaling?
- Thu Jul 02, 2020 7:24 am
- Forum: General Chat
- Topic: The "What's Made You SMILE Today?" thread
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That is amazing. When I looked at it, I first thought, "Has he modified the mini scale one?", But then I looked again, and I realised. Fantastic work.
It looks to me that the berets are not separate on the new figures, especially as they are all different sculpts. Although, as has been said, Benton would still work as a dress uniform version.
- Sun Jun 21, 2020 9:46 am
- Forum: Figures
- Topic: General Questions About Figures Thread
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There are two types of DIOE Dalek bases, the two part, and the single part. Are the upper parts of the two part base the same as an ordinary 60's base, or is it still a different sculpt?
Just going to throw out there, AFT Downloads has a paper version which may be a good guideline for the physical shapes, although I'm sure it pales in comparison with the true plans and a 3d model.
Has anyone else noticed how bright the hemis on these Daleks look? I don't mind, but with this and the unit pictures in mind i wonder if the contrast is up a little on these pictures. Looking cool anyway. All the colours do look different on these images when you look carefully. I do think that some...
- Sun Jun 07, 2020 10:46 am
- Forum: Customs
- Topic: Beginners Guide : Tips & Tricks, Ask A Question
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The peg is in the body.