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Old 01-19-2019, 04:36 PM
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thanks Jim, glad you are enjoying it. here some more

next upwas her belt was worreyed about the fit at first as her corset seemed a lot smaller than her pants but it worked out ok in the end. the top and bottem of her belt were hard to fit well as I haven't scored any of the parts but the top and bottom part are made to fit the scored parts had to cut them out with more corved sides.
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Very statuesque. Excellent job!
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Old 01-20-2019, 10:22 AM
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She's lookin' great David. Definitely looks better without all those dotted fold lines, eh? Lookin' forward to seeing her completed. Keep up the good work now, but don't spoil it by rushing.

Ooooh the temptation to enlarge and print this one on A3 is strong, but 'er indoors wouldn't let me. Perhaps if I were to build her a life-size Jack Sparrow first I might get away with it.
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Great looking build of a fantastic model. Is it available?
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That looks really great. Good job!
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Looking good. I like how there is dimension to her clothing. Nice touch. Maybe someone could design her invisible jet?
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Old 01-21-2019, 10:06 AM
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You'll need to roll down a few pages to find her now. It's not a free model and it ain't cheap, but as you can see from David's build ... she's worth every penny. Note ... If the word DESCARGER (download) is red and flashing it requires payment. Not so many nowadays, but if the word DESCARGER is grey it is a free download. Scroll right through the site and you'll find most were free at the start up.

Cory ... Matchbox did put out a die-cast model of the Jet. They are very expensive collector's items now. It came in a jet shaped bubble pack, and yes, you guessed it, the bubble pack was empty, but they are worth nothing if the bubble has been opened.

Correction it was HotWheels not Matchbox ...
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Old 01-21-2019, 03:20 PM
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thanks John, Cory, Greg, Tom, Don. she is good doing her left arm at the moment
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Cory ... Matchbox did put out a die-cast model of the Jet. They are very expensive collector's items now. It came in a jet shaped bubble pack, and yes, you guessed it, the bubble pack was empty, but they are worth nothing if the bubble has been opened.

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That's pretty incredible... I didn't know that

David, great work! Are you going to clearcoat or seal the model? I think it will saturate the colors if you do. I mean, I think it would make her look even better. But make a test on something else before you try it
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I was just going to leve her as is but maybe some fixative mite be good.
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