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SimonWilliams
#1 Posted : 06 November 2021 17:07:51

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New to part works so just doing the basic build, no flashy bits being added. I know that may be a bit lowkey for some of you but got to start somewhere and not brave enough to tinker with the parts yet.
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#2 Posted : 06 November 2021 17:24:23

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Always great to see something different on the forum and this looks like an interesting build to follow... All builds are welcome and I'm sure many members will enjoy following this one too.Cool Cool Cool

A brief word on your pics. If you resize them to 650 x 480 pixels before posting this will make them appear on your post rather than have members having to download. Keep the pics coming.....

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SimonWilliams
#3 Posted : 06 November 2021 17:42:16

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Thank you for the photo advice Alan. I will have a go and see if I can get a few other pics on here.
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#4 Posted : 07 November 2021 09:17:23

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Hi, BigGrin

Looks good. Cool

I took the liberty and resized your pic so it now shows.


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#5 Posted : 07 November 2021 17:22:09

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Very nice Simon, looking forward to seeing more soon.Love

Mark
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#6 Posted : 08 November 2021 20:13:03

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Building the right hand. Not a lot of space inside the hand for the wiring. A bit of patience and determination got there in the end.
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#7 Posted : 08 November 2021 20:33:39

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Nicely done. Cool Cool Cool Cool

The chance of crimping wires is there and well done for avoiding it.

Congrats also on your "Blue" medal for setting up a diary.ThumpUp


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#8 Posted : 09 November 2021 23:20:45

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Assembling one of the feet. Much more space inside compared to the hand. Originally I used apiece of cardboard to stop the switch rattling in the foot but later replaced it with a more durable piece of thin rubber.
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#9 Posted : 12 November 2021 10:15:11

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This looks a monster of a kit. Looking forward to seeing him all lit up. Great work on those hands, although a good size ,still looked fiddly.Cool

Mark
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#10 Posted : 03 December 2021 14:55:45

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Nice build, looking forward to seeing it continue. Respect for doing such a job with the wiring, and it doesn't matter a bit that you are not modding it in any way - it's a nice figure and modding comes later once you are comfortable making one 'as is'.

Would have preferred 1:2 scale myself despite the obvious increase in cost that would have incurred.
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