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    Mecha Babe - War Machine

    Hello,

    It's been a long time, I want to make vehicle for 12" figures, but it has to be different. Last Year I bought Hottoys ED209 and make it like this...
    I called this MECHA BABE - WAR MACHINE


    Regards,
    DUABELAS





    Last edited by duabelas; 12-14-2009 at 16:28.

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    NICE! Alright, you can have KOTM.

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    Number 12, that is quite a piece of work!

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    enjoy the pics bro.. just want to share...

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    I don't know what to say. simply amazing.

    un-freakin-beliavable.
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    wow.. that is plain beautiful.. what sort of parts did you use to build the mech? is it scratch built?

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    Quote Originally Posted by drunk_leprechaun View Post
    wow.. that is plain beautiful.. what sort of parts did you use to build the mech? is it scratch built?
    The Pla-Plate from Tamiya bro, with styrene glue to make a solid block.

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    Wow!

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    looking good. do you have any pics of your mech that's not photoshop'd.

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    tats insane stuff! ED209 X Powerloader!!!
    one very expensive custom; but totally out of tis world!

    you are da man!

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    Super amazing! I simply love these scifi customs.

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    Wow...very cool

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    Holy freaking god! That's un*wait for it*...believable!

    I'd love to see someone tackle a concept like one of the heavily armed combat power loaders from the Aliens vs. Predator 2 PC game. Do that, and I just might have to bow and pray in your direction every morning like a Muslim to Mecca!
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    Absolutely stunning work! What's exceptional is that your mech makes a lot of technical sense. I like the way you fit that gatling gun at the front under the cabin. Truly amazing work!

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    Awsome piece of machine!!! FANTASTIC WORK!!!

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    Wow, love it, great job!!
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    Amazing work!

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    Make another and do a remake of ROBOT JOCKS.

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    Wow--great work!

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    Amazing marriage of parts! I just finished my vehicle today, and doing this kind of work is the most gratifying. Super Fantabulous!!!!
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    Blimey, that is something you don't see everyday. Great Colour scheme.

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    Brilliant!

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    make some more! can see a support crew and reload mech!

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    that is so fracking cool!!!!

    looks like it came right out of an anime movie. well fracking done!

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    AMAZING STUFF woooooo

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    WOW!! very nice - can we see more pictures please!

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    What an amazing creation!! More pictures, please!
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    Wow, that's uber cool.
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    Holy snap! Please tell me you didn't carve up an ED-209 to make this. Aww what the heck, looks amazing anyway.

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