depends on which "hinchringer" you are building! Chaney was lashed to a stone platform!
I know that PL one does as I built mine to rotate. I don't remember the instructions specifically saying you can build it that way, but you can.yamahog said:Question--Does the Aurora/PL base rotate? Was the kit designed to do so?
I'd load the underside with Aves & sculpt in the detail to match the top.dreamer said:Yes, it's a really base question.
Ahem. Building the base. Most advanced modellers who build with contests in mind try to detail everything that can be seen (e.g. the back of the tombstone on the Frankenstein kit). How would you detail the underside of the turntable platform on the Bellback? Just make the whole thing solid with sheet styrene (detailed to look like wood) at the very bottom? That would make the table rise up too far from the lower platform, I think - so, shorten the pedestal?
What would you do?
But, but - it's a word chain! Yes, it's a Chaney chain to hinch up your wodden pillar to.MitchPD3 said:OK Dreamer.....You have used up your alotment of the word "chain" in your last post. Pick another word or the Hobby Police will be knocking at your door!!!!!
Yeah, some days I like to look at mine and imagine that that's really Billy Ray Cyrus screaming out in agony. Gives me a good feeling.dreamer said:And change the head. Anyone notice the Aurora Hinch has a mullet?
Huh, I like to pretend that it's my BOSS!Zorro said:Yeah, some days I like to look at mine and imagine that that's really Billy Ray Cyrus screaming out in agony. Gives me a good feeling.
You did a GREAT Job on your Hunchback.wolfman42 said:For what its worth heres how i put mine together, I kept the turntable as is just added a platform onto a stone base.
EEK!TRENDON said:Huh, I like to pretend that it's my BOSS!
Well, it does look a little bit like HER.