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PostSubject: My Judge Dredd build for Bryan    Sat Jan 02, 2016 4:16 pm

I just wanted to share the build I did for Bryan's Dredd customs now that he seen them and likes them I was worried about the law master as I screwed up the dimentions and wasn't really happy with it but he was and thats all that matters.

I started off using a Maisto 1/18 scale Diecast Police Motorcycle for the main body idea, then did lots of modifications and lots of muliput. I still new to using the stuff but I really do love it.

Here is a pick of what the bike looked like this is a stock photo as I never took one before I started.


I then stripped off everything I didn't need and keeping the rear end and the frame to work around I then went to work filling and sanding to get the shape I wanted. I tried to add as many toy items as I could the handlebar grips are from newer star wars items the gun is a GI Joe one the decals are from a colonial Viper model kit, and so on parts of the bike outer body are from another bike I hade kicking around as well as the front tire. The windshield I made along with the kickstand all in all it was really a fun project to do as it's been awhile since i made something from scratch. Here are some build photos of both the figure and bike.




















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PostSubject: Re: My Judge Dredd build for Bryan    Sat Jan 02, 2016 4:25 pm

I love it. Sorry I am late for getting it pictured. That is my fault. Embarassed

Larry worked hard on this for me and it is fantastic.

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PostSubject: Re: My Judge Dredd build for Bryan    Sat Jan 02, 2016 4:31 pm

No worries my friend I just wanted to show the build of the project you have the finished items but never seen the build photos for the bike, so I wanted to share those with you and the rest here as that is part of the fun in doing customs is the actual build. I need to star remembering to do more build photos though Smile.
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PostSubject: Re: My Judge Dredd build for Bryan    Sat Jan 02, 2016 9:12 pm

@trappedtexan wrote:


Larry worked hard on this for me and it is fantastic.  

Looks like it! Nice job, Larry.


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PostSubject: Re: My Judge Dredd build for Bryan    Sun Jan 03, 2016 10:30 am

Nice work Larry and good to see the build photos. I need to pick up again the figure I'm doing for Bryan but glad I made a few progress pics of it already.

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