Nearly complete Scroll down for the full process I have always been in awe of how well our model makers in China turn around new designs, and with such a great degree of accuracy, so on this trip I thought I'd get my hands dirty. I have always been a frustrated artist, but ended up going in to engineering instead of the arts. The factory we work with very kindly offered to give me 2 weeks of scratch building classes so that I could visualise my ideas better and prototype mechanisms before coming out to china to do the engineering. So what project am I going to be working on? Well obviously it's Transformers related, but the twist may be more difficult to guess (unless you regularly read my posts). Over the next week or so I will post pictures of my progress and a few comments on the techniques I used to create the model. For now hold on to your bladders, I'm hoping that the results of this will be pantwettingly awesome. Final stage of casting tonight and then on to painting. (Edit: Oh and those wheels will be removed. They just look silly!!!) Should have final photos (and video) by the end of the weekend.