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Been Around the Block





   
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Simple. cheap, cool as hell. Nice one! I'd maybe try stippling and blending the greens a little though - but will definitely be building a few of these! Nice to see you back :-)

(PS- how's that fully functional Warlord going? ;-) )

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Been Around the Block




Thanks!


The fully functional Imperator (not warlord) is going well. Both feet built. As well as the "hips". Time to start building up from the waist cog. Gonna have remote controlled arms via Arduino. 40" tall when done.
   
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Nasty Nob






They look great, and such a simple technique! Thanks for sharing!

EDIT:
I was inspired to make some of my own: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/360/630880.page#9883851

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Wyloch wrote:
Thanks!


The fully functional Imperator (not warlord) is going well. Both feet built. As well as the "hips". Time to start building up from the waist cog. Gonna have remote controlled arms via Arduino. 40" tall when done.


I don't know if you're joking.... but by Christ I hope not!!

Skinflint Games- war gaming in the age of austerity

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Very cool, thank you!
   
 
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