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Added 10 months ago

A long time ago (the 50s) in a galaxy far, far away (this same one, but the galaxy moves through the universe at 1.3 million miles per hour, so it was …

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Categories: Aliens, Futuristic, Historical, Male, Sci-Fi
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Steelrazer (7 months ago)Inappropriate?
This is an amazing model! Thank you. The textures alone are admirable. I had this when I was a kid, and seeing it again just blew me away! Brought back a lot of cool memories. Thank you again for sharing this and all your other great models. (The Alien Pilot feels familiar too.)
BrainGuy63 (9 months ago)Inappropriate?
Been looking for some good retro sci-fi content, thanks!
smurfswacker (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thanks for this flashback item! My cousin had a set of these. He was a clean freak so he had all the helmets and the props. Envy consumed me every time we visited him. I remember the toys being of good quality. They were made out of some kind of hard plastic that I didn't see on other toys. Great model--thanks again,
android65mar (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
Looking good, thank you!
nathan3000 (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
Hey Dodger, thank you for all your freebies, I love the ever widening range of sci-fi influences you pull from, please keep them coming, great work
Nik_52 (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
Thank you.
Those 'constant volume' bellows spawned a zillion costumes...
Wizzard (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
Duck Dodgers, err I mean Buck Rogers most of mine ended up with snub-nosed weapons as the barrels mysteriously vanished. naught like stepping on a helmet in bare feet. Cheers
Dodger (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
Sweet! BTW there's another option, too: you can always just turn off the bubble if you want. I actually had some of these (I'm not that old but my dad found some in a shop and bought them for me (himself, ahem) when I was a kid, and, like I'm sure he knew, those bubbles come right off and get lost, stepped on, or stolen by the cat in no time. So that's "realistic" too!
cnile (10 months ago)Inappropriate?
This is cool beyond words.
In Daz, you will likely have to adjust the opacity on the bubble of the helmet in the surfaces tab, it is too transparent for the Daz renders, but it's awesome once you do, I set it about 30% or so.
You will also need to lock the neck on the Klingon as you USE YOUR G2M ANIBLOCKS to keep his head inside the bubble.
This should give that one jerk fits, can't more …

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