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Isn't that a superb figure modeling?




from the site:

http://industriamechanika.com/blog/shop-industria-mechanika/sasha-the-welding-girl/
There you find more pics, some more figures and possibility to order.

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HOLY COW! Maybe if the Mogollon Railway employed her (Sasha) then the crew would hang around the shop and not be sneaking off to the Bloated Goat #2. The work crew shown on the site is a sure winner also. Thanks for the link, I am sure that I will be spending some dinero there soon.

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Nice detail--but after using that cutting torch for the first 5 minutes, she would find that the hot sparks make a stink when they fuse to bare flesh.

Then again, I guess they stand a better chance of selling figures if the female ones aren't dressed like Eskimos


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Herb-I was ONLY interested in the ultra-detailed welding rig.

Yep...

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Yeah---Right!


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Well, the kit is 16 bucks and I would spend that much for a beautiful scale welding rig..the girl is just an extra item in the box. Actually, I would need to probably put some trowsers and a "proper" shirt on her to make her look like one of the "crew". You know how those sex starved cowboys are out here in the west!

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Is this figure and cart some of the 3D printing? It sure looks like it. The figure is very similar to the "Aspen Modelling Company" line. They have some really fantastic figures and livestock.
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WE TALKIN BROKE BACK MOUNTAIN , TEXAS STYLE ?

 

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Nope, maybe you are...

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wclm wrote:
Is this figure and cart some of the 3D printing?

Yes, the figures from Industria Mechanika are made with 3D printing technique.

By the way, I asked for a 1:24 version of Sasha, and yes, in about 6-8 weeks I was told.:bg:

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Woodie you could use her at your "House of Ill Repute". Might be a nice addition. The only bad thing is were do you put her welding rig at.
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Hi Juergen :wave:

Just wondered if you could comment on the quality of 3D-prints from this company ?

Sasha looks like a tricky subject for printing.

The photo on Page-1 is obviously a 'render'...
...NOT the 'real' item.

:moose:

Si.

They do have a number of quite unique products, in various scales.

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Of course, the larger scale you get, the better quality the figure.
Still, 3D printing can yield some really good results as small as O scale. I bought these, which weren't cheap, but they're excellent renditions of two real-life people from the RR I model. I just need to figure out how to paint them.

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Found my first 1/35 figure for a planned saloon.

http://www.ebay.com/itm/371791472092


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Here are a couple of 1:35 scale "ladies" who worked at the now defunct Gila Hotel in Mogollon, NM. Watch out for them, they carry knives in their garter belts!

Woodie

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The one on the red skirt looks like Bettie Page...
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Jose, those ladies stood on the balcony for many years outside and still look "nice" as the hotel sits on a shelf.

Woodie

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The 1:35 dude who drives my faux Caterpillar TEN...
...dozey Dmitry ( thanks Doug ;) )...
...is a RUSKIE !

The MiniArt 'Soviet Jeep Crew' 1:35 figure set is quite a good one for sitting/driving figures.
Oh ... and you get a flag waving chick from Moscow as well !

Michael, she is wearing standard Russian Army Siberia issue kit...
...but you could probably sand most of that off, for railroad use ! ;)

:moose:

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WAKE UP DMITRY !! :slow:

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I have one military set already, but I haven't started working on it yet (too many other projects going). 

If you do a search on WalMart.com you will find some 1/35 figures.

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Woodie

Found some welding tanks for you at: http://www.fieldsofglorymodels.co.uk/135-scale-resin-model-kit-oxy-acetylene-welding-12306-p.asp

Fields of Glory have some other interesting 1/35 scale items.

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Thanks Michael, that's a fine welding rig for sure! I will look at their stuff later on...when Social Security pays off again.

Woodie

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Having done some welding myself and had rolled up sleeves, I'm thinking she will end up with some painful tan lines:shades::shades:


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