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My second project:

Build a variable alpha legioss resin kit (approximately 10 inches high for the battroid mode )

The right leg and landing gear prototypes were build with cardboards.

I will make the real ones with plastic cards.

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Landing gear retractedpost-14299-0-79906600-1390064900_thumb.jpg

The leg's design has been refined,it looks better than the 1/45 legioss :post-14299-0-45976500-1390064910_thumb.jpg

I like it.Softline design... B)) B))

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Do you plan to have the parts 3D-printed, or do you just use the software for virtual prototyping?

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Having dabbled in my own projects - I can only guess at how MONSTROUSLY difficult this will be to pull off well, or even to see through to the end with out giving up.

A fully variable scratch-built Legioss?

Good luck. I will be UBER impressed if you manage to complete it . . .

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It's certainly feasible to make, though I'm curious as to why you chose that oddball scale?

1/33 scale is a common for commercial paper model kits. From the WIP pictures, he looks to be working in paper/cardboard first.

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I'm gonna build a cardboard legioss prototype, using the 3D model I have drawn.
It might be bigger than a 1/33 model kit, but I don't know exactly the scale yet.
The landing gear will be printed in 3D, they have to be strong enough to support the weight of the legioss.

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Hi guys ! I will start building the variable blue legioss next week !

There will be 5 parts for the shoulder.

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