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Postapocalyptic taxi

Posted by Kekso on 15 Jan 2021, 17:20

It's not figure but also something I had so much fun with. I've converted toy car into postapocalyptic taxi. Producer is Majorette, scale is 1/64. So close to our manliest 1/72 scale :xd:

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Posted by Santi Pérez on 15 Jan 2021, 18:56

Even if not a figure, it's another great job, Kekso. :love:

I hope to post pictures of a similar work on which I've been working on last weeks, as soon as I can make them. ;-)

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Posted by sberry on 15 Jan 2021, 19:32

Santi Pérez wrote:Even if not a figure, it's another great job, Kekso. :love:

Absolutely!

Looking at the news these days, apocalyptic (or postapocalyptic) scenes make a lot of sense.
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Posted by MABO on 15 Jan 2021, 23:20

Very interesting and nice to see the before and after photos. You are busy Dalibor... I am looking forward what might comes next.
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Posted by despertaferro on 16 Jan 2021, 00:30

Post apocaliptic indeed... :-D

Nice job, congratulations

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Posted by Peter on 16 Jan 2021, 09:39

You destroyed that beautifull Muller Herbie! Shame on you! :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Excellent conversion of this car Dali! :thumbup:
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Posted by Kekso on 16 Jan 2021, 13:04

Peter wrote:You destroyed that beautifull Muller Herbie!


Well, it is far more easier to destroy than to fix or create.
I didn't need to take care of perfect surfaces, traces of glue, dust particles in the paint... ;-)
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Posted by Peter on 16 Jan 2021, 13:06

Kekso wrote:
Well, it is far more easier to destroy than to fix or create.
I didn't need to take care of perfect surfaces, traces of glue, dust particles in the paint... ;-)

= lazy! :mrgreen: ;-)
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Posted by Kekso on 16 Jan 2021, 13:12

Peter wrote: = lazy! :mrgreen: ;-)


Exactly ;)
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