Minor/Repaint: Triggerhappy & Misfire WIP

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  1. icanfly

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    Hi All,

    Just after some input on these two WIP's.

    First: Triggerhappy. The tail fins, should they be blue or bronze? Any other recommendations?

    Misfire: Any idea how best to do the nosecone? Was thinking chop the cannon off & make some blade-like parts to glue on but open to ideas

    Cheers

    JL
     

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  2. destrongerlupus

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    Oh these are really charming. A little larger size class than I would have wanted for the characters, but what you're doing here really works very well.

    Getting Misfire's Nosecone right would add a ton for sure. If you don't have the luxury of 3D design and printing custom parts, I'd suggest hunting around your cupboards and the shelves of your local department stores for some pre-fab container or other doo-dad that has roughly the shape you want at the size you need.
     
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    Cool!
     
  4. icanfly

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    Cheers. I do prefer the voyager scale

    JL
     
  5. Massasoit

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    What'd you use for Misfire's head? I'm doing the same repaint but with the Cyclonus mold.
     
  6. icanfly

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    Look at Steamshields Shapeways stuff. He has this ready done for sale, along with lots of others. He's my go to guy on Shapeways at the moment
     

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