At first I was thinking drums then a split second later I was like..."pant legs!" HAHA...cool either way....can't wait to see the killer mcbash kit too!F91 said:Those are actually 1/35 scale 55 gallon fuel drums, but pants legs works too!!! BTW, Worked on Killer McBash today. Totally fun kit!
Ditto, Dabs; as I've always said, plastic modeling is one endeavor where ANAL WORKS!the Dabbler said:...Trouble is, I can't stand to lose any of my "babies". But then again I'm sort of anal retentive. ( Something about a warped childhood maybe ? ) :tongue:
My bad...nobody asked, I shouldn't have told. What I meant was - that meticulous attention to detail can result in an award-winning model.the Dabbler said:Aaahhh, gee Mark, I wish you'd clarify that statement. Who knows who is reading this ??
Jimmy B said:Really cool work. You don't see many WMW's posted these days or any of the Odd Rods.
Is that a replacement head or did you sand the ears off the original and make the pointies?
Just a little nit-picky critique:
Is there any way you could sand down those little circular mold formations on the palm of the right hand. (I know there's a word for those damn things)
Despite all the good detail when I first pulled up the pic my eye went right to those things and may be the same for an
Ordinarily I bite my tongue when someone posts pictures and I see what I think is a flaw in their model because I realize that not everyone builds for competition (which is why I said that Anal Works in my earlier post). I don't want to make a big deal out of it and maybe discourage somebody who is in the hobby just for the fun of it. Nor do I want it to look like Open Season on Rich now that J.B. has offered his nit-picky.Jimmy B said:...Despite all the good detail when I first pulled up the pic my eye went right to those things and may be the same for an eBay!!! shopper.