Fury Road gigahorse 1:64

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Re: Fury Road gigahorse 1:64

Postby otherunicorn » Sun Nov 04, 2012 3:28 pm

I was working on a 1/25 scale one. I only had the drawing, one photo and the under-tarp shots to work from. I had to make the upper body narrower for it to fit. Later photos show that is what the real car has done to it as well. I've not touched it for months. (since May - wow! time flies!)

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Re: Fury Road gigahorse 1:64

Postby Chase Bansi » Sun Nov 04, 2012 5:48 pm

To me it appears that the lower car was made wider, rather than the top car narrower. Perhaps furyroadcars will be able to give us some insight into that.
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Re: Fury Road gigahorse 1:64

Postby aussie muscle » Mon Nov 05, 2012 9:36 pm

i'm quite impressed with your gigahorse. must be weird to have a model of a movie car that hasn't even been released yet.

Chase Bansi wrote:I've notice many of the Jada vehicles are not truly in the scale the claim to be. I will have to look for this Caddy and add it to my project list. With my surplus of Falcons I may give the silver version a try.

like the 1:24 cobra that i got actually measured out to be 1:18. :evil:
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Re: Fury Road gigahorse 1:64

Postby highfatalityroad » Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:16 am

aussie muscle wrote:i'm quite impressed with your gigahorse. must be weird to have a model of a movie car that hasn't even been released yet.

thanks man!

yeah it was wierd and like I said it was Danny's idea, he's ahead of the curve. but once I thought about it, I figured what the hell. I hope I love the movie, and I hope it does not take forever to get to us.

now I'm working on the beat up Fury Road Ute. coming sometime soon.
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