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A Nemesis painted in Aesir colours


The Nemesis Assault Suit is the largest ever produced. Standing 140ft tall and packing enough advanced weaponry to take on a battleship.

They are piloted by the elite of the UEC ( United Earth colonies) in their fight against the corporate executives.

The kit is in 1/300th scale ,cast in 45 resin parts with a 130mm base and sheet of decals. the kit stands approx. 14cm ( 5.5 inches) tall.

This mecha kit was sculpted, produced and painted by myself. The coldfusionminis.co.uk website will be up in early 2014.

Some kits are available pre-launch. if your interested, please send me a note or contact at coldfusionminis@yahoo.co.uk

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Here's a alternate design for the M6G. Casting by Smick6, paint and decals applied by me, Mr. Arms :)



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This custom NECA Pacific Rim Crimson Typhoon figure is ready to battle the Kaiju with various modifications to the original figure. All the single direction arm hinges were removed and replaced with full motion universal joints including the wrists so Crimson Typhoon can cross its arms for blocking or strike with them. The removable saw hands came from Transformers mech-tech Ratchet's weapons and the larger one from an Ironhide Bot Shots trailer. Crimson's ankles were given ball joints as well so he could be posed to side-step incoming attacks. The mono eye was drilled out and given a light-up LED eye that shines in a spotlight effect just as it did in the movie. Extra sculpting detail was added on all the arms, body, and torso, then the entire figure was repainted with various armor shades, weathering, battle damage, and tiny lighted dots. Add a plasma blast effect and Crimson Typhoon is ready for his one minute of screen time and woeful defeat!

Want to own this custom or one like it? Check my Ebay Auctions to see what's available this week:

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This is an original design by me. Inspired by the UC gundam timeline, with a little modernization thrown in. It is a model made from MDF, and styrene. All hand made.

Other works: www.zprops.blogspot.com
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This is a Mechanical Spider hand assembled from recycled watch parts including gears, watch plates, winding stems, and spring barrels.

Spider No 20 presents a new design for my spider creations. Rather than the body being just soldered together stems and spring barrels, it consists of a chassis-like assembly made with watch plates connected by stems. Onto this chassis are soldered the spring barrels and stems for eyes, the legs, the light bulb and a few gears for added mechanical effect.

Each leg consists of four different watch winding stems that have been cut down to size and soldered at the joint. Each leg has three soldered joints.

After the legs have been soldered individually, they are grouped into sides, and each side is soldered together. The sides are then soldered to the body chassis.

Therefore, the legs themselves take thirty four soldered joints.

The chassis on this particular spider has around eighteen solder points, for a total of fifty-two different areas that need to be joined together.

There is no glue or resin to be found in the piece...everything is soldered into place with metal. This is a one of a kind work of art, never to be exactly reproduced.

He measures 52mm wide by 50mm front to back by 22mm tall and comes with a 3" by 4" glass display dome with wood base. He is extremely fragile and should be handled sparingly and very gently, and is most definitely not a toy.

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A new clockwork arthropod made from watch parts and soldered together with lead free silver bearing solder. Of the Creature family: [link]

Like Creature, he has fiddler crab style claws. The most intricate body-chassis I've done to date. Started out as a bit of an "engine" assembly built around a heart of a brass winding stem knob. Balance wheels, bridges, stems, brass train gears, spring bars and other parts make up the core. An automotive lightbulb makes up the abdomen. The rear is inspired a bit by the war machine version of The Iron Giant. A balance wheel with spokes cut out forms a ring of support for the abdomen. Watch stems hold the balance wheel to the body, allowing greater support for the abdomen. Each side is different, yet organically balanced, much like real life. Watch bands act as neck support/spines. For more picture of this guy: [link]

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Back by very popular demand is another Gipsy Danger custom figure from the Pacific Rim movie line. Gipsy Danger's articulation was greatly improved in its hips and elbows by adding ball-hinge joints from various Transformers figures. The body is a NECA 7" Battle Damaged Gipsy Danger with a completely new paint job using a deeper blue, lots of shading, weathering, and edge highlights. An alternate open hand was created, plasma-caster hand/plasma blast, and deployed solid chain swords that lock into its wrists. Extra parts and sculpt was added to make Gipsy look more screen accurate and various joints like its neck and ankles were modified to give him the ability to strike a dynamic pose. One elbow rocket blast later and Gipsy Danger is ready to take on any class of Kaiju!

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Yeah, that works. I bought a Firestrike to see if I liked the new N-Strike Elite, and they're great. This thing fires pretty damn far and fast compared to the older Nite Finder. It's going to be a fun gun to paint and mod.

So the more I stared at it on my desk, the more I was convinced that I could turn it into an M5, or the Mass Effect 3 N7 equivalent. I like the black/white/grey combo of the M5 and I think it turned out pretty good here.

The original M5 artwork shows it all banged up and dirty, and I wanted to really scuff this one up and add some wear and grime. Kind of hard to do on black/white/grey, when you're adding silver overtop of it and then hitting it with a flat clearcoat. :/
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A Clockwork Scorpion sculpture made completely out of recycled watch parts.

The body is made from antique watch faces (dials) that have been cut, shaped, sanded and soldered together into body segments.

The tail is also made with watch dials that have been soldered onto a watch spring, then soldered from the back. Watch stems and stem knobs decorate as well as strengthen the tail. The stinger is a watch winding stem.

The pincers and pincer arms are from curved, cut, sanded, and soldered watch faces and strap springs.

The legs are made of strap springs, along with small watch stems for the feet.

There is no gluew or resin to be found in the piece...everything is soldered into place with metal. This is a one of a kind work of art, never to be exactly reproduced.

Dimensions: 38mm wide by 60mm front to back 53mm tall He comes with a 3" by 4" glass dome with walnut base for display. He is extremely fragile and should be handled sparingly and very gently, and is most definitely not a toy.

For the rest of the story, please visit our store at: [link]

Become a Facebook fan of a Mechanical Mind to receive special discounts and view upcoming items: [link]

For special features, web only discounts, news, and event information, visit our websit at [link]
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Here is the progress to date on my lifesize Dreadnought project.
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