Still working on the Shrike. I’ve airbrushed it and adding acrylic chipping and highlights.
So, here are few pics of my latest project, a crashed AT-ST on Hoth diorama complete with turret…..or at least it will be when I start painting and make the diorama.
I finally uploaded several photos of the Mini-Dioramas I used as centerpieces for my wedding on Oct. 17, 2015. These are very small and use Micro Machines to depict scenes from either Star Wars or Lord of the Rings.
I am still building, though not as much as of late. Lots going on in life. But since The Force Awakens premiered, we’ve been getting official lengths for some of the vehicles. Thus, I updated the scales for the Titaniums and the Hasbro Micro Machines. I also changed the TIE Fighter scaling for the up-teenth time. Maybe someday I’ll do a page explaining how I keep coming up with weird numbers and scales for them.
Something I have had trouble with is cutting the super-thin styrene sheets (.13 mm). You can’t buy strips this thin, and using a scoring blade tends to just bend the sheets. So, I used a paper-cutter. The trick was having something that held the entire sheet down so it doesn’t move. I was able to create several dozen strips of various sizes. Now, I can put them in my chopper and create super-thin raised panels for any project I’m working on.