Model: (Click to see more) 99999: Misc.
Status: Extra info
Date: 24-May-2008
Comments: 17
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Again many thanks for all the kind comments for my previous Showroom entries. Here are some pictures taken during the build of the prototype for my little 1/35 scale staticmodel of the SandScorcher, called 'Chiquita Scorchy' (thanks to BeetleOne for that name) ;-)
The pictures of the reproduction of the small parts by making molds are shown in the 2nd part.
Thanks for looking. Comments welcome !



handcarved driver´s head - almost done the base for the body... modified body, nosecone made of styrol hours and hours later.... some prototype parts gear case... front end parts still growing prototype (parts collection) Tamichael´s cnc alu-wheels

If you liked those pictures, you should see these...
making of the 1/35th SandScorcher static model - part 2/2

Comments

mrfreezeuk

24-May-2008

amazing if you do decide to sell one i will have one from you . put me down for a pre order

Badboy

24-May-2008

You're sick man!!! Sweet work! Truely Awesome!!!

Cinnamon

24-May-2008

Absolutely stunning work !!! I cant believe the patience you must have. VERY nice !!!

ruffryder

24-May-2008

I should have seen this first,i would have realised the other one was the small version.Great work

BeetleOne

24-May-2008

I have run out of words! ...You Whizz-Bang!

Wyoming

24-May-2008

wow very nice work, lots of time in that

3clipZ

24-May-2008

Awesome work....you rock man!

Tamichael

24-May-2008

I love those work-in-progress pics, i can´t see enough of them !!! You can be so damn proud of your talent and patience, it´s unbelievable !!!!! If this small head would fall on the floor - i would never ever find it again

oldsterolli

24-May-2008

Again, thank you all for the comments ! I´m overwhelmed !!!!

7.2inchdriver

24-May-2008

WOW. next you should try a beetle in a bottle, lol.

Old Skool

24-May-2008

Cute little bugger you got there nice work once again

Road Burner

24-May-2008

Amazing work. I would love to see you do the Avante.

*Topcat*

25-May-2008

how???? you've got some real skills there I feel ashamed about moaning how long my projects take and i've usually got all of the bits in front of me ready to screw together. really cool works of art

SMOKE-DOG

25-May-2008

Wow. That's sweet!

delux

25-May-2008

Great stuff mate! Looks like you've got a massive potential market here.....

scollins

25-May-2008

Un-FREAKIN-Beliveable! this is amazing, I am blown away.

RACECRAFTERS

3-Mar-2011

Seriously >oldsterolli< ..Are you from our planet..?


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