Here they are....
Just trying to give a feel of what they will look like in the game. It is hard to use the flash to get the correct colors of the toys. I just sat the pieces in the game as it is starting to get torn down. Dr Frankenstein and Dracula are off getting painted... I just sat the Brides head on the post as I didn't want to push it all the way on... Frankenstein and his table are getting painted over the weekend
I had these done by a professional model painter - Damn if I had that type of talent. These have to be seen in person to appreciate how good they look
They look great and now you are just showing off
Ok true - but I am excited about them
Can I come over soon?
You can come over anytime but if you want to see the MB you better get here soon. Saturday is probably going to start the restoration. New parts, Cabinet decals, the repro playfield is at HSA getting clearcoated - so it will be a few months before it all gets back together.
Very, very nice!
Im guessing your new XMen figures are going to get some love too???
I am struggling with the X-men - i am on the fence on this one. Dont know what to do... but I am now into finding another game that can be painted.... any suggestions?? - I know STTNG has lots of stuff that can be painted although I never played it.
If anyone wants his email please PM me. I don't want to post it on the forum but will send to anyone who PM's me. I think he would do others....
FYI - they are not cheap to do all 7 of them....
When painting the Creature we placed him under the green plastic to see how he showed up. He looks pretty good with the lighter green and white highlights. We used a small flashlight to light him up so if it is brighter than the actual game I will add another light on to him.
They look good. Are you going to do the LEDs in they eyes?
I thought about it but i dont know how to do it. I tried to get some help on here but was not able to get anyone to show me how to wire them.
I am going to show all the Monsters when they are complete. I still have Frankenstein, his table and some boney flippers left to get painted...
I like your table and Frank, must say they turned out nicer than mine. I went with silver for the side pieces that hold the table up, so I’ll be interested to see how your setup looks when assembled. The detailed shading on Frank looks great. How is the rest of the restoration coming? I always enjoy checking out other people’s work. So far so good.