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    Lawmaster lifesize

    Hi everyone I haven't been on here for ages as I've been so busy with uni but as always loving the work that's coming out at the moment on this forum.
    Just thought I'd share my latest project and hear what you guys have to say, it is a full size scenic prop that I made for a uni project on adaptation so it's more my take on a lawmaster (Judge Dredd's bike) than completely true to the source material and probably the biggest project I've worked on so far. constructive crits as always very welcome.

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    Sorry the pics aren't that clear I don't have a great camera.

    gotta do the eagle for the front then it's done!

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    Someday I wanna be as good as Andy Bergholtz.
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    I am.....in Awe!

    Did you build that on a real bike frame?

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    Wow thanks buddy. No I built a mild steel frame for it as I didn't have a lot of money and building it around a real bike/adapting one would have cost way too much... woulda been cool to have a rideable one though. It's mostly made of celotex, mdf, steel and fibre glass. It's a static scenic prop but it can handle being sat on for photoshoots etc.

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    Someday I wanna be as good as Andy Bergholtz.
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    A great start

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