Bluesun's 'workshop'

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Bluesun's 'workshop'

Postby bluesun2517 » Thu Sep 19, 2013 9:24 am

Hello all, Bluesun2517 (Alan or AL) here found this forum whilst looking for Mad Max inspired vehicle builds and boy do you have a lot of fantastic stuff on here :D so i would like to show you guys some of my stuff that i've been working on over the last year or so, all comments 'good, bad and ugly' are welcome.

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so the first one is a 1/16 radio controlled Mustang i picked up cheap off ebay, the RC doesn't work! that's why it was cheap! :roll: i went for a really! rusty look to it.............
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Re: Bluesun's 'workshop'

Postby bluesun2517 » Sun Sep 22, 2013 6:53 am

Hello gang, so next 'Death Race' style Mustang............in fact it's the 'Rusty' one with a new paint job! it is 1/16th scale.

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Re: Bluesun's 'workshop'

Postby bluesun2517 » Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:02 am

Next is my of my favorite builds! it's a 1/14th! scale truck that i call the 'war wagon' inspired from the Death Race films again!

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truck and trailer side by side!
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this one shows the size! you can just see me to the right!
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Re: Bluesun's 'workshop'

Postby bluesun2517 » Sun Sep 22, 2013 7:09 am

Desert 'Mustang' again a old 1/16th scale RC car from ebay, this is straight from the 'box' no mods just a new paint job.

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sorry about the quality of the pics there taken from my phone!.........
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Re: Bluesun's 'workshop'

Postby bluesun2517 » Sun Sep 22, 2013 8:03 am

OK! it seem's i'm Replying to myself? but i don't want to bomb'ard opening post with so many pic's! so bear with me guy's!............

The next ones are WIP with a very Mad Max style..........
so my take on Max's car
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it's in black undercoat at this stage
now with a RUST basecoat
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'Monster truck' with the pic's i've seen from 'FURY ROAD' big tyres and big trucks seem to be the way to go!......
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first top coats on the truck 'car' body
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and finally 'Spikes' seem to be in as well!
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Re: Bluesun's 'workshop'

Postby Zarana-X » Tue Oct 01, 2013 2:03 pm

That is some fantastic work.
This board has been pretty slow lately. I haven't been very productive this year, and I just returned from Wasteland Weekend.
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Re: Bluesun's 'workshop'

Postby bluesun2517 » Sat Oct 05, 2013 4:59 am

cheers Zarana-x, Wasteland weekend! Noooooo!............wow! i must get to that one day :cry: hope you had a fantastic weekend! stupid question really! i know you did! :D
more pics of the cars now there done!
Dodge charger
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monster truck
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Re: Bluesun's 'workshop'

Postby bluesun2517 » Sat Oct 05, 2013 5:06 am

NOW! 'Spikey'
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Zarana-x just did a quick check of your Facebook page Wow! you've got great builds on there..............fantastic..........are they 1/18th scale?

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Re: Bluesun's 'workshop'

Postby Zarana-X » Mon Oct 07, 2013 1:05 pm

My car models are 1/24 or 1/25. I may try some 1/32 stuff in the future, because I've got some 1/35 military stuff, and it looks too out of scale to use with 1/24 scale vehicles.
The GI Joe stuff is roughly 1/18, but as it is a toyline, its kinda a mashup between 1/24-1/18 scale to accomodate the action figures.
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Re: Bluesun's 'workshop'

Postby aussie muscle » Tue Oct 08, 2013 3:11 am

some nice work. i like your weathering technique, it looks very realistic.
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