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I actually bought and built this more than two years ago, and I even sort-of-painted it. But yesterday, I noticed it sitting on my shelf and thought that it needed work, so I added a ton of accents and little red warning-stripes, and I probably went overboard on the weathering.

Well, wherever it's deployed, it's certainly muddy there.
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Lego APC (armoured personnel carrier) with a armoured gun (50 cal.)
An new idea of this APC with the track that is look like the T-34 to T-90 (series of the russian tanks from WWII to today)
Nothing new on this vehicle, just build some basic on it~
But hope you like it~ :)
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Steampunk Dynamic Elimination Difference Engine (DeDe) Mark 2.0.

I've been modding some squirt guns, attempting to be steampunk-ish (or as steampunk as one can be with a squirt gun that was obviously meant for space opera fantasies). Its just a regular old squirt gun thats been spray painted and detailed.

Check out the Mark 1.0 on sale now: [link]

I made a tutorial for making these sorts of prop guns. Check it out here: [link]
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Finished work on my Sony MDR V700DJ Headphones......it was nerve wracking to dismantle 'em and sand off the paint before I started work on them, but a half dozen coats and some fancy work on weathering gave me the finish I wanted...EG: they look like a battered and bruised piece of old industrial iron. Also added some colour change LED wire around the earmuffs with a switch for fun.
...all in all...happy with the outcome
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70x50mm Aluminum + Brass.
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70x50mm Aluminum + Brass.
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The concept of this riverside House/Studio was inspired by Le Corbusier's "Architectural Promenade" which is basically the art of 'leading the eye' using architectural elements (look it up). axis and angles are the major focuses of this design.
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Do you remember those brightly colored G2 Transformers Cyberjets? They're still ranked up there as extremely articulated figures for the time and I use to have them all. Here's my take on Air Raid, the black stealth plane. He was made from a Hunt for the Decepticons Terradive and Power Core Combiner Leadfoot commander head. LF's head has the perfect T-visor that the Cyberjets had and it's even yellow. His torso was modified so it doesn't flip around and fold, rather carving plastic out of the way so it sits flush in front. I airbrushed the odd blue shading on the back of his wings like the original had and detailed him up with metallics and blue styling. Now Air Raid is ready to take to the skies and fight the Decepticons!
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70x50mm. Aluminum + Brass.
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A papercraft from my favorite anime series: Macross. It´s a HWR-00 Monster Mk II Destroid, designed by Miyatake Kazutaka.

Here's a little description of the mecha:
"An immense mecha, the Heavy Weight Robot (HWR) Monster Mk II is a heavily armed "land battleship" with a name matching the great size of the destroid. Very shortly after the initial research into the destroids began in 2000 the HWR-00 series began development in December that year. After a lengthy design phase trial production began in October 2005 and the HWR-00 Monster first rollout was in September 2008. The Monster is the largest mobile ground weapon to ever be fielded in battle by mankind, over 41 meters long and weighing almost 300 tons. The Monster was envisioned as a trackless, self-propelled heavy weapon system to be utilized for attack and point defense. In actuality, the Monster's massive size, poor maneuverability and dedicated long-range weaponry saw the mecha used as a semi-mobile artillery unit best utilized while avoiding uneven ground and any close-range engagement. When put to best use with supporting units in a combined arms role, the Monster is able to field incredible firepower equal to strategic bombing.

The Monster was originally designed to use 50cm linear cannons, but was scaled down with smaller guns when problems arose with system strength and insufficient power for continuous firing. Armed with four 40cm cannons, the Monster can fire a variety of munitions with the primary guns, including anti-armor shells, anti-aircraft munitions, howitzers and even nuclear reaction warheads. In addition to the main guns, the Mk II features a pair of 3-barreled missile launchers not originally included in the design but incorporated into the two arm units. To compensate for the Monster's vulnerabilities such as the intense heat emissions of the unit (which prevented effective use of counter measures such as chaff or smoke), the armor was designed to be extremely thick and even capable of withstanding a near hit from a reaction (nuclear)weapon."
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