A scratchbuilt Star Wars style speeder

Belugawrx

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I like that..saw the pit stick ..but it was easy to see over..nice work
 

Quaralane

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Nice work on this. Reminds me of Rey's speeder on Jakku
 

ssgteverett

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Nicely rendered - Good use of a Ma.K figure, too.
[Don't feel to bad - Being 46, I'm 60+ and still dinking around with models and what-not... It's all 'bout having fun]
 

Bouq

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Thanks a lot Dark Kyp

Nicely rendered - Good use of a Ma.K figure, too.
[Don't feel to bad - Being 46, I'm 60+ and still dinking around with models and what-not... It's all 'bout having fun]
thanks a lot ssgteverett, for the reassuring sentence too! ;)
 

jake

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Looks very fast! I never would have guessed it was made from a deodorant container. Nice job!
 

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I was already impressed with the build, but when I saw what you made it out of I was blown away. I've never scratch-built anything (in fact, I'm just trying to back into modelling at 45), so a huge thumbs-up to you and your work!
 

Bouq

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Thanks a lot nho3j!

in fact, I'm just trying to back into modelling at 45
So we were in the same club! That was my way of modelling for so many years too... I (nearly) ended this diorama at 46 years old, You've just one more year to wait for the stimulus ;)
 

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