Colonial Marines M-577 APC
Just a few little bits...
Just To Sort Things Out Proper Like.
Right then gang, last we left this it was time to finalise a few things.
First of which to sort the top spotlight wiring and get it to behave itself.
This was done and sorted.
A bit like this.
Done and dusted with that bit.
Next up was the two roof/detail panels behind that to cover in to the rear wall.
So some 2mm styrene sheet, some scribing silliness, a dab of resin detail, some plastic strip, sling the paint on and we get...
Okedoke then, looking fairly good so onward, a quick light test of the four seat wall plate.
Pardon the lump of grit paper on top, just needed summat to block the overhead lights for a sec.
Tick that bugger off, it's dealt with.
So to the main roof/ceiling plate.
Taking the resin cast bits with light bars fitted and a lump of 2mm clear plastic, much measuring, marking, slicing, sanding, paint dabbing, metal bending and gluing was done.
Ended up looking like this...
Second to last, securing the smart guns to their respective rack.
So last but by no means least with the interior panels...
The pulse rifles secured in their rack, added the slings to them and that's that!
And to a large degree, that's it for the internal wall panels.
Now follows much fun and sanding lark to prep the body shell to take all this gear in it.
Good thing I believe in buying auto putty and Wet & Dry paper in large lots.
That's on the next update which should be along presently...
Give it time, patience and go easy you merry lot!