Interceptor, and possible diorama...

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Re: Interceptor, and possible diorama...

Postby PhilC » Wed Aug 12, 2015 12:04 am

artistic license? ;)

Was just an thought.. This is gonna look great whatever ya do for the final look and you're already more than half way there. :)
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Re: Interceptor, and possible diorama...

Postby Hetzer » Wed Aug 12, 2015 2:48 am

PhilC wrote:artistic license? ;)


Damn, forgot that one :lol: Well, base is too small anyways so we have to do without. Progress is bit slow atm but updates will come in few days.
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Re: Interceptor, and possible diorama...

Postby Hetzer » Wed Aug 12, 2015 8:16 am

Max painted. I'm not much of a figure painter, getting skin tone right is nightmare. But once inside car I'll think this is ok.

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Re: Interceptor, and possible diorama...

Postby AL775 » Wed Aug 12, 2015 11:04 am

Great job! you even got the grey hair on the sides as well! nice little touch! The skin tone looks fine :D
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Re: Interceptor, and possible diorama...

Postby Hetzer » Wed Aug 12, 2015 10:15 pm

Grey hair was must 8-) As I stated earlier I'm not going for 100% likeness but certain key elements can still be found (shotgun, leg brace, knee and shoulder pad), most of them are hidden completely or partially when figure is inside the car but head is visible all the way. Next I will paint the Dog.
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Re: Interceptor, and possible diorama...

Postby waynegt351 » Thu Aug 13, 2015 5:03 am

i have to say the detail that people go to when making and creating these models is nothing short of mind blowing ... i love my 1/24th/25th scale .if i can get with in 1000th the skill and detail you guys have i will be happy .. . i bow my head to you all
speed is just a question of money,how fast do you wana go !!
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Re: Interceptor, and possible diorama...

Postby waynegt351 » Thu Aug 13, 2015 5:14 am

i have to say the detail that people go to when making and creating these models is nothing short of mind blowing ... i love my 1/24th/25th scale .if i can get with in 1000th the skill and detail you guys have i will be happy .. . i bow my head to you all
speed is just a question of money,how fast do you wana go !!
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Re: Interceptor, and possible diorama...

Postby Hetzer » Thu Aug 13, 2015 8:52 am

I see it like this, in the end of the day only opinion that really matters is your own. If you are happy with your work, mission accomplished. People complimenting your work is always nice bonus but not the most important part of this hobby, main purpose is to have fun.
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Re: Interceptor, and possible diorama...

Postby PhilC » Thu Aug 13, 2015 11:01 pm

You nailed in regards to peoples opinions on such things. All that matters is the builder is satisfied themselves. With that said i hope ya happy with how your Max figure turned out cos i reckon it looks bloody good! ;)
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Re: Interceptor, and possible diorama...

Postby Hetzer » Fri Aug 14, 2015 5:14 am

Thanks mate :) Well, I would say that I'm 90% happy with it, with some practise it woud have been better I think. But I think that once this whole diorama is ready, it's going to be quite nice homage to my favorite movie even with all imperfections.
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