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  • Dalek Ron
    Looks very crisp and neat, really love it. Nice use of Aurebesh for the ID tag on the cowl.
  • Dalekseth's Daleks
    These are my versions of the beautiful ron turners Daleks from the comic strip the Daleks. As well as sticking to the artwork i have added a few extra detailing like new series elements, ie the slats, the paneling on the domes, and extruded parts on the base of the drone and SW dalek to give a more armored feel. From left to right you have The Scientist The Supreme The Emperor The Drone The Special Weapons Dalek These were created in 3ds Max 2014. and are up for download. I will most likely improve a few things down the line.
  • Dalekseth's Daleks
    The Dalek Prime for the original/Renegade Daleks is up for download!
  • Aaron's 3D Bits
    Suffice to say this slightly more accurate version of the skirt has caused many, many sleepless nights for me. But I thought I would share an image of this model that's taken the best part of a week to assemble..
  • Mda63's Daleks
    I've lost a few files in my time, usually due to my own incompetence; deleting files I (incorrectly) thought I didn't need or renaming stuff and forgetting what I'd called it. In such cases I've always found that building a model the second time round it not only comes together a lot quicker but I always feel that the rebuild turns out a lot better than the file I lost. It's a shame you've lost your first Dalek as it is a nice looking model, but everything you learned making that model will help to make the next one easier to build and produce an even better result. I look forward to seeing what you come up with.
  • Radio Mic With PDF Mod Mk5e?
    Oops, sorry that was a typo. R21. It feeds DC to the microphone. The radio mic won't be expecting DC on its output.
  • Radio Mic With PDF Mod Mk5e?
    Thanks Glen but on the comment earlier it stated remove R21 & now you say R24 so which one is it thanks...Brian
  • Dalek Ron
    Thank you I'm glad you like him :)
  • Mda63's Daleks
    Thank you! I really hope so!
  • Callahan's NSD
    I got a chance tonight to work more on the shoulders! At the beginning, I decided to cut corners into the circular hole in the bottom of my shoulder frame, because I really need the room for my actual shoulders. Now, my small goal for tonight was to cut out more shoulder "struts" for structural integrity. For preparation, I found more small PVC tubes as strength supports. Then, I set to measuring out two more vertical cardboard supports; these will go in the back half of the shoulder section, midway between the other "struts". I had to measure the bottom edge, and estimate the distance out to the top edge. Once I got that, it was easy to mark and cut out the pieces. Now, to make sure I didn't accidentally switch pieces, I marked the first with a symbol, which led to me doodling the 12th Doctor's bow tie and tweed jacket. Then, when I marked the opposite piece, I decided that the Doctor should have a worthy opponent, so a quick sketch of an NSD soon followed. The pieces aren't glued yet, but they do fit nicely: One other thing: tonight I tried to start trimming the excess hardboard from the top of my skirt, and I accidentally pulled the panel right off of the top cardboard hinge. Oops! I guess I'll have to borrow some kind of Dremel tool to get those trimmed: Anyway, that's all until tomorrow! Cheers! - Callahan
  • Davros Console Question
    Almost ready for paint!!
  • Radio Mic With PDF Mod Mk5e?
    As specified above, with R24 out it should just work I suspect.
  • How Do You Climb Into A Dalek?
    Topics merged.