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 Amaran mando build

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Re: Amaran mando build
« Reply #30 on: May 18, 2019, 03:51 PM »


I would recommend a bit of trimming for the edges bordering the chest diamond. Solid kit, coming along well!

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Taruk

Re: Amaran mando build
« Reply #31 on: May 27, 2019, 01:28 PM »
I would recommend a bit of trimming for the edges bordering the chest diamond. Solid kit, coming along well!

I can see if I can trim any more off, that steel was frustrating to trim and sand .

In the meantime I've been tackling the long range blaster. It's been mod, fill, sand, repeat for me. I'm waiting for my apoxy sculpt to cure before I clean some more edges up and put an actual pic rail for the bipod. The scope mount is off for right now (hence the holes on the side.

I also have a blaster on order so this will give me one pistol, a rifle, and a knife to cover all bases.



Blaster photo is from the seller.


It's been a very long journey with this since last January or so, it feels good to be so close.

Edit:
June 1, 2019

Made some big progress on the rifle today. There's still work to be done to it but it's getting closer.

Here we are ready for another coat of paint all sanded up:



I've started adding in some layered colors to bring out some shapes and weather others. I added a blue purple hue to the end of the barrel for a sort of high temp exposure effect



Bipod and rail are attached. The scope currently is a place holder but I may roll with it (with a different paint job) if making scopes doesn't pan out.



I need to reenforce the top area to support the scope, finish the paint/weathering, maybe stain the stock a little darker (though the light stock has grown on me a bit)




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