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    Battle Mobile from Panchokworkshop.com

    Hey people, I've been working on this for the past few days, it's a concept from Panchokworkshop.com I picked this piece because the shape is interesting, and it has many mechanical parts, which is new to me.

    Oh yea, the arms are removable.


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    This is looking cool. Thats a lot of detail in the belly region! These are a lot of work aren't they. Keep us updated with more wips.
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    Looking good. The detail in the belly is impressive!
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    Looking tasty so far, definately watching this one
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    Thats brilliant
    I've been thinking about trying a bit of mecha for my next piece, anything i should keep in mind for it?
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    hey thanks for all the comments.

    Jimmi_B, there are a ton of stuff to look out for. Some major ones I came across was keeping some of the edges straight, sharp, and smooth. I plan on sanding some of the smooth surface down after it's baked.

    Then theres the wires, mechanics, those also have to be smooth. I would pay attention which wires go on top, which one sits higher etc... This adds a lot of dimension. I had to redo the body because I just slapped everything on at once, and then it looked flat. So I would advise working on the base layer then add stuff on top.
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    Lookin sweet Taurn! Sculpting machines scares me but I need to practice it as well!! Keep on bringing it! BTW have you done a preliminary bake? Messing up all that detail would scare the shit out of me...

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    nice work

    I like where this is going! Are you planning to make a kit out of this?
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    Just a small update..

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    maddmaestro, I have not baked it yet, because I'm afraid I might melt the bb's. hehe! It is a pain because I have smudged some parts and had to redo it. It's a bigger pain because I will be transporting this to school and back.

    elemidi, I have not made any kits yet, but I'm gonna do more research on molding and casting and experiment with this guy.
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    This is looking great Taurn7

    Loads of detail,and some good sharp edges.
    The stomach area is looking fantastic

    looking forward to seeing more
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    very nice hard surface details and blocking mate .......keep it up
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    oh man, this is going to be great
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