Some Krazy Glue, spray primer, and craft paint later, and I'll let the finished products speak for themselves:
The figure is my usual Urban War 28mm sci-fi female personality figure I keep handy to showcase such as roll, glide, hover, or crawl off the assembly line. Recall I mentioned finding old computer mice in the plural? I previewed one of 'em in the last installment, and here is the finished result complete with this handy 28mm figure for scale:
Ain't it amazin' what one can do with a broken computer mouse, the toy gun for an action figure, some plastic rhinestones, and a little imagination? Now, just to help y'all with the perspective on the larger hovering anti-grav armored beast to come off the assembly line here on Giddy Prime, here's the two newest machines and our ever helpful shop floor quality assurance manager for scale:
Oh, what happened to that second mouse I found? Um, that's the *gun turret* on the super heavy grav tank. I mean, waste not, want not!
Next episode of Recycling With an Attitude: Something Wickedly 15mm This Way Comes!
If by that you mean I'm wildly delusional, I'll take that as a complement! ;)Delete
You must live in the best stocked region of the universe. I can never find any of the stuff you use :)
you mean to tell me there are no empty plastic deodorant containers, no toothpaste caps ever get discarded, and no computer mice ever break down where you live? And on top of all that there's no old Legos or broken toys to be had at a garage sale at any price?! LOL!!! ;D
I really like your triangle tank!! I m a big fan of scratchbuilding using junk and househole items, so your posts are inspirational!ReplyDelete
Glad you like 'em. Welcome to the Cult of Recycling With an Attitude! >;)Delete