XRLENT

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About XRLENT

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  • Scale I Build 1:24

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  • Location Melbourne
  • Full Name Chris Pandoff

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  1. XRLENT added a post in a topic 2012 POST APOCALYPSE/ZOMBIE HUNTER COMMUNITY BUILD   

    Nice job rylan. Loving that magnum
  2. XRLENT added a post in a topic 2012 POST APOCALYPSE/ZOMBIE HUNTER COMMUNITY BUILD   

    Thanks scott, Big fan of yours. Watched ALL your vids.. Keep em comming.
  3. XRLENT added a post in a topic 2012 POST APOCALYPSE/ZOMBIE HUNTER COMMUNITY BUILD   

    Thanks, Doc and Neal. The ZOMBIEBIRD.....that's an awesome name...lol..... It shall now be called that.

    It's my first time opening doors and rusting / weathering.. Didn't turn out exactly as I envisioned. The camo got lost in the weathering and i didn't bother fabricating inside the door sills but all in all, im happy with it.
  4. XRLENT added a post in a topic 2012 POST APOCALYPSE/ZOMBIE HUNTER COMMUNITY BUILD   

    And after everything was weathered and grimy here's some final shots.

    I made a new rear window, complete with bullet holes and skull etching.



    Some more finals!



  5. XRLENT added a post in a topic 2012 POST APOCALYPSE/ZOMBIE HUNTER COMMUNITY BUILD   

    Hi Doc,

    Here is my submission to hold back those zombies.


    I started with the Revell Pontiac Firebird and Opened the doors. Replaced all the glass with mesh. Cut out the rear of the vehicle and made a ute/truck bed.
    Lots of scratch built stuff which I will state as I post the pics.
    This is a pic of the body ready for primer. The extra parts include guns from a gundam kit, plastic gears, washers, solder, and wound wires.


    These pics shows the body in primer.



    Continuing on I base coated

    Then came the Camo


    Then onto the interior,
    This pic show the interior tub, with the rear command centre all scratch built with styrene, wire, solder. And a chrome hose going from the front to the rear.

    Then onto the dash, I scratch built the walkie talkie and gauges.

    And the seats were weathered and torn.