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Made in se
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

Refuge from the Fantasy Flight Games forums purge, now joining DakkaDakka. I mainly dabble in X-wing and Star Wars related stuff though not exclusively. My main area of expertise is scratch building though I do consider myself a decent painter as well.

First to be posted here is my latest project, two scratch built 'realistic' CT-900 StarScavengers, built to an approximate X-wing scale (1/270). It is a ship that only otherwise exists as a computer model in the show where it originated from (Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures) or as a Lego model.

As it turns out, the commissioner of these two ships were actually one of the guys that produced and created the show in question so that was bloody awesome! Pretty much as close as official as you can get without the house of the mouse stamp of approval.

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Keeper of the Adeptus Arbites Flame






Cairo, Egypt

Those are fantastic, great building and painting!

 
   
Made in ca
Steadfast Grey Hunter





Toronto, Canada

Love it!
   
Made in us
Storm Trooper with Maglight






Superb scratch build and paint work!

"All right, sweethearts, what are you waiting for? Breakfast in bed? Another glorious day in the Corps! A day in the Marine Corps is like a day on the farm. Every meal's a banquet! Every paycheck a fortune! Every formation a parade! I LOVE the Corps!" ---Sgt. Apone

"I say we take off, and nuke the site from orbit. It's the only way to be sure."-----Ripley


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Painting Within the Lines






Those are crazy good.
   
Made in ru
Fresh-Faced New User





Russia

Wow) Lots of details, lots of work

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Made in se
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

I figure I might show some of my previous work as well, not just the very recent stuff.

This I just call the Skink Firespray as the paint job was inspired by the very real Skilton's Skink lizard found on the west coast of North America. Last picture show the lizard in question.

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Made in se
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

Still older work but anyway, here's two AT-RT walkers that started their life as Wizard of the Coast models from their 2004 Star Wars game. The original models were awful with the sculpt rather lacking in details. More importantly the material used was a soft, almost rubbery, plastic. Let's count all the things I had to do to make them presentable:

Re-positioned the legs considerably so the models stands straighter and taller
Added some pistons to the legs
Added an antenna array
Moved the entire top pod forwards
Added footrests
Removed the original gun and mounting point
Replaced the gun mount with a new one with a magnet added
Scratch built / kitbashed all three gun options and of course magnetized them
Replaced the original pilot
Replacement pilot needed extensive work to legs, feet and arms in order to have the right position.
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Keeper of the Adeptus Arbites Flame






Cairo, Egypt

Looking good!

 
   
Made in se
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

Just finished my latest project, two X-wing ships with an ocean theme. First is a YT-2400.
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Made in se
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

And here's the second, a YT-1300 as well as both together.
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Steady Space Marine Vet Sergeant




Hanging out on the Great Plains

Great looking figures.

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Expeditionary Fleet Limerick  
   
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Keeper of the Adeptus Arbites Flame






Cairo, Egypt

Those are great looking tentacles, and a nice new element for space ships. Never seen anything quite like it.

 
   
Made in us
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

Many people who commission me to paint for them are perfectly happy with a simpler paint job, no need for all that fancy highlighting. The small size and scale of X-wing models make this highly feasible and a tidy paint job with proper shading is really all that is needed for a decent looking model. Case in point, here's one of my latest projects, a Scurrgh H-6 bomber. It isn't terribly fancy but it certainly gets the job done.

As a side note this is a companion to two other ships I painted last year and all three share the same colours and scheme so I suspect the idea is to have a themed squad.

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Made in us
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

Already two months since I last posted anything? What dark hole did the time disappear into? And no I don't need an answer for that.

Here's a collection of three scratch built Arquitens-class light cruiser I've built over the years. These beasts are about 50 cm long and when I built the first one, there was almost no solid info on the ship type. They also earn the distinction of being too large to fit in my photo setup so the pictures are of worse quality than usual.
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Made in se
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

My latest project, Hera's A-wing from the Rebels show. It's certainly not the first I've painted and I doubt it will be the last.

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Made in us
Chaos Space Marine dedicated to Slaanesh






Lots of good work!
   
Made in se
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

Damn I've forgotten to update this thread pretty much the entire summer. Anyway, here is one of my older works, a G-1A Starfighter converted to look like similar to the iconic R-9A Arrowhead of R-Type fame. I even built a Force pod, though obviously it's only for show and has no in game effect.

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Made in be
Nimble Pistolier





Antwerp

This is some really cool stuff!

'The whole art of war consists in getting at what is on the other side of the hill.' -- The Duke of Wellington

My hobby log: https://www.dakkadakka.com/dakkaforum/posts/list/770007.page 
   
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Keeper of the Adeptus Arbites Flame






Cairo, Egypt

Those look great! Both scratch builds?

 
   
Made in ro
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

 Kid_Kyoto wrote:
Those look great! Both scratch builds?


The pod is completely scratch built, the ship is 'only' converted.

   
Made in sc
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

Another shoot'em up based ship, this time a Fang Fighter turned into Vic Viper from Gradius. A rather easy and straight forward conversion all things considered as the Fang Fighter have a surprisingly similar profile to Vic Viper.

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Made in us
Splattered With Acrylic Paint





Sweden

My latest project is a set of four TIE series ships painted in a rather eye catching colour. First up is the TIE Fighter of the bunch.
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