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post #21 of 37
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Last night i decided to cover it with fiberglass so here it is with first try!!






So i let it cure overnight and that's the result!!
What remains now is cover it with another layer of fiberglass and stick it to the sidepanel!!
Until then Cheers!!
post #22 of 37
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Not much done these days, i got the hand to stick on the side panel with some liquid fiberglass and covered the pre existing holes with some cloth and fiberglass again and here is the result!!





More updates soon!! Cheers!!
post #23 of 37
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Hello there!! Today i did a little bit of sanding the side panel and the hand with some putty and fiberglass paste, then it hit me, i decided to paint it, i thought to leave it unprocessed and took the spray cans and started the painting!!
Here is painted with primer!!



Here is with green paint!!




Here is almost completed with the plastic bag effect and some pinches of green and black color!! The result is more than satisfying and i think i will leave it as it is!! biggrin.gifbiggrin.gif





More updates from the other side panel soon, Cheers!!
post #24 of 37
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Last day was making the front face panel and the home of the Hulk, so lets get started!!
First, i took the other side panel and added some effect on it like it's burned or melted



Next in line was to paint it Green!!



Next i painted black on the side panel outline and added some pinched black with a plastic bag on the lip of the square!!
I also added some Green effect with pinching the plastic bag on the already painted black color to give it more effect and here is the result!!
Next to finalize it i added some paint splashes made by my....finger!! biggrin.gif





Now It was time to create the home of the Hulk's action figure



So, i covered the all the face panel with polyurethane foam to create another effect with that and here is the result!!


A day after, i decided to cut the foam so the action figure will wedge in the foam so it will be detachable and i also amplified the back where the figure
will sit with some liquid fiberglass so it will be painted better afterwards!!
Here is the whole face panel painted and ready to accept the...."beast"!! biggrin.gif





The hulk has a new home and welcomes you for a drink!!


More will be posted later on, what happens from now on is assembling the case and riveting the parts together so stay tuned!! Cheers!!
post #25 of 37
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Hello fellas!! Today was assembly day and riveted the whole case together so here is it!!
Tell me your opinion about how it looks and further modifications!!









Theoretically it is finished, i only have to fill the inner part with hardware so be patient while i collect some cash and buy some things, until then, Peace brothers!!
post #26 of 37
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I might do some more modifications when i get my sander, then the things will be far more easier so, stay tuned!! Cheers!!
post #27 of 37
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I decided that i have work to do so i apologize!! Now that my sander came along, i decided to fine a bit some details and make the face panel smoother,
so i cutted the excess foam and sanded it to make more round!!




Next step was to cover it with putty fiberglass paste and prepare it for paint!!





More updates later on today, until then, Cheers!!
post #28 of 37
I know I'm a bit late here, but another tip for accomplishing the effect that you're going after is using a softer plastic, like a cling-wrap. It tends to make smaller wrinkles, and makes it easy to get that "marbled" look (plus its really cheap biggrin.gif ). My Mom's ex does custom auto painting, and this was one of his favorite effects. thumb.gif

Great looking case! Can't wait to see the rest of the ideas!
post #29 of 37
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Originally Posted by blaze2210 View Post

I know I'm a bit late here, but another tip for accomplishing the effect that you're going after is using a softer plastic, like a cling-wrap. It tends to make smaller wrinkles, and makes it easy to get that "marbled" look (plus its really cheap biggrin.gif ). My Mom's ex does custom auto painting, and this was one of his favorite effects. thumb.gif

Great looking case! Can't wait to see the rest of the ideas!

You mean something like polybag or zip bag??
post #30 of 37
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Originally Posted by SotosLg View Post

You mean something like polybag or zip bag??

I'm not too familiar with those particular names, but they sound fairly appropriate. It's a really thin plastic wrap - kind of annoying to use for regular purposes due to how much it wants to stick to itself. I believe "Saran Wrap" is the original name for it.... biggrin.gif




Unfortunately, I can't find any pictures of the paint jobs that my Mom's ex did....He used this plastic to give the marbled look to some ghost flames that he put on the hood of my Mom's old Jaguar, and that would have been a perfect example to show.... mad.gif
Edited by blaze2210 - 9/14/17 at 3:37pm
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