In Progress » Chompbot No.5 » Mammal Under Glass w/ Mixed Vegetables

Back to the Industria Mechanika Chompbot #5 for a bit now that I’ve made some time. Industria Mechanika keeps me crazy-busy! I recieved the initial canopy sample a few weeks ago and they’re really nice. The original plan was vacuform, but that just wasn’t working out. So we went with…

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In Progress » Industria Mechanika’s 1/48 Orb Ship by Scott Robertson

Hi all! I’m back again with another of my Industria Mechanika releases. For this project we teamed up with the famous Scott Robertson to create a model kit of his “Orb Ship” from the sci-fi art book BLAST. Let me start off by saying, that this kit is HUGE! It’s…

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Completed » Frankenstein

Yesterday my laser-cut foliage (thanks to Jason Eaton) arrived and I immediately set everything else aside to finish Adrian Smith’s Frankenstein up. Like the other plants, I sponged acrylics onto both sides of the paper and embossed them with dental tools. For the daisies, I used stretched sprue for the…

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In Progress » Chompbot No.5 » Discolorations, Pre-Grimed

Continuing on as much as I can while waiting on the canopy and figures tests to arrive. Since the last updates I’ve applied the #5 decal, then an yellow-ochre filter, then discolored the surface with blue, rust, ochre, and white oils. I rubbed graphite onto the dark gray parts, then…

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In Progress » Chompbot No.5

“A new one? What about finishing Frankenstein” you say? No worries! Frank will be finished next week when my laser-cut foliage arrives. Meanwhile, I’m working on the initial sample build of Industria Mechanika’s release of Jake Parker’s Chompbot #5. Preorder your Chompbot and Chomp Troopers here. Order by 9.28.2012 to…

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In Progress » Adrian Smith’s Frankenstein by Industria Mechanika » Sprue and Paper

It’s amazing what you can do with some old green sprue and paper scraps. I’m waiting on some laser-cut plants to finish this up, but meanwhile I’ve been making some saplings and such. For these I first stretches some green sprue over a flame, then used the portions near the…

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