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delboy271155
#21 Posted : 30 June 2022 21:24:13

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Markwarren wrote:
I have just tested the parts on a spare Mandalorian I printed to see if the new helmet, cape and jet pack would all fit.
The one I will be using will be painted first before I apply the accessories.

The pictues make it look quite large, other than the 3.8cm in length it really is.
So that should give you an idea how difficult it will be to paint as well as sand and place the parts together.
Anyway here is the test part with the accessories glued in place.

Mark


Hi Mark, BigGrin

At 3.8cms that is an amazing (resin) print.

Bring on the painted version.Cool

I won`t tell anyone, but I know you`ve done a face painting course. Ooops

LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

You`ll manage, no problem.Blink


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#22 Posted : 02 July 2022 09:02:42

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Hi Mark,

I admire your skills in 3d printing this is looking like a great build to see coming together, looking forward to your next post.

Good luck with the face painting.

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Markwarren
#23 Posted : 02 July 2022 21:03:49

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Hi Mark, BigGrin

At 3.8cms that is an amazing (resin) print.

Bring on the painted version.Cool

I won`t tell anyone, but I know you`ve done a face painting course. Ooops

LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

You`ll manage, no problem.Blink


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Now you’ve gone and done, put on the pressure why not. LOL Flapper

Just bought a new magnifying glass from NASA. Maybe that will help, good brand and well made from Hubble!!!!Flapper Think I might still need the mallet.

Mark

Markwarren
#24 Posted : 02 July 2022 21:08:48

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tf64 wrote:
Hi Mark,

I admire your skills in 3d printing this is looking like a great build to see coming together, looking forward to your next post.

Good luck with the face painting.

regards

Trev.

Thank Trev, Think sometimes you have to be an engineer with these printers, all the settings and a lot of maintenance each time you use them. But we’ll worth the effort when you see the finished results.

Mark
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#25 Posted : 05 July 2022 20:17:22

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The Mandalorian is ready for the diorama, so it has been placed somewhere safe for now. This was one of the hardest figures I have ever painted due to its size and complexity of the amount of equipment he carries on him all at 1/72 scale. Specsavers have readjusted my eyes, so I’m all good to go again.Flapper I still have Grogu in his pod to do yet, but that is for another day. I am now concentrating on the landing legs as these will need to be done first and prepared for the main body as the electrical cables will be running through them, disguised as hydraulic hoses.
More soon
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#26 Posted : 05 July 2022 21:50:07

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Super job, ThumpUp Woot ThumpUp

Told you the course was worth the investment. LOL LOL LOL


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#27 Posted : 17 July 2022 19:58:19

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Thanks Derek, you wouldn't believe me if I told you I saw double for a week.Love
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#28 Posted : 17 July 2022 19:59:16

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From concept to reality. Over the last two weeks I’ve been thinking about the Razor Crest diorama and how I can push the boundaries. As some of you will know, I started putting lighting into my dio’s and then I added sound effect too. Now, I’ve gone visual. Yes, I have programmed an old Raspberry PI, added a 5” screen and added Full HD video that will play on a loop that only stops when you switch it off. The 3D printed screen is a rendition of the Razor Crest console and more of this will go either side of the screen, including Grogu’s obsessive lever with the chrome ball. Here is some pictures, more on the rest of the console very soon. Popcorn at the ready.BigGrin

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#29 Posted : 20 July 2022 20:07:03

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That`s awesome MarkBigGrin love it mateDrool Drool



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#30 Posted : 20 July 2022 23:18:21

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Hi Mark, BigGrin

This is amazing work, I can`t wait to see some vid of what will show on the screen.

Looking forward to what is yet to come.


Cool Cool Cool Cool Cool


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#31 Posted : 25 July 2022 13:35:32

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Thank you Phil, I have to get the electronic parts done first, so I can see how it will all be put together when it comes to the main model and diorama.

Many thanks Derek, video clip just for you in the next post.BigGrin

Mark
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#32 Posted : 25 July 2022 13:36:55

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Okay, so I started preparing the screen case, sanding etc, then realised that when connecting the new power source and sound cables, I was 4mm too short inside for them to fit.Cursing Back to the drawing board to increase the size, I decided to make some alterations. I added a ridge at the top and made space for a Mandalorian logo which was printed on my resin printer separately.
Here is the modified screen finished and ready for the next console parts with all the switches on.
Here is a clip of it working with sound.

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#33 Posted : 25 July 2022 14:51:24

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Excellent work Mark.

ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp ThumpUp

Needs a health warning though. I`d inadvertently left my speakers on 100% volume and my ears are still ringing. Keep answering the phone and there`s no one there.

LOL LOL LOL LOL LOL

Keep up the good work.

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