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post #21 of 33 (permalink) Old 05-15-13, 04:15 PM Thread Starter
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how much is this costing you?
and when your done would you make me one?
the thunderhawk not the tank
cost about 5 materails and a week in time i may be selling it when its finished i have no place to keep it
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today i pretty much finshed the thunderhawk just a few litle bits to do



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post #23 of 33 (permalink) Old 05-16-13, 08:04 PM Thread Starter
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the hawk is now finished and i decided to sell it as i have no room for it and i want to move on to my next project
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i am also selling two other projects i have no room for

a maurader bomber and fellblade


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Thunderhawk looks great man. Better than anything I could ever pull off, laser cutter or not. Big props.

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Thunderhawk looks great man. Better than anything I could ever pull off, laser cutter or not. Big props.
thank you, the cutter does help a lot with time and accuracy
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This is friggin sweet. Can the material used on the thunderhawk be airbrushed? I am now watching it on ebay lol.
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Hi metalmonk,

The hawk looks fantastic! Really great job.

The laser set up you have at the moment, I assume if could cut HDF (fiberboard/hardboard) without a problem.

Are you ink the UK? If so I've just started playing with CorelDraw to design some wood terrain. I'm looking for somewhere to get the prototypes cut so if you're interested pop me a PM.

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I doubt you'll be able to sell without some legal issues popping up. It's absolutely stunning work though.

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This is friggin sweet. Can the material used on the thunderhawk be airbrushed? I am now watching it on ebay lol.
yes it air brushes really well see

http://limited-edition-warhammer.blo...cron-lord.html

the base is made from the same stuff
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