Now for something a little different!
The Lego Exo Suit is a fan-build that Lego have turned into an actual product. If you enjoyed Lego Space in the late 70s / early 80s, this kit is for you!
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Painting and building of the PG Unicorn are complete. I'm awaiting some water-slide decals arriving, so as it will now be a while before I can do proper photos and the transform, here's some quick ones to show the mech and weapons.
Even in a non-transformed state … Continue Reading ››
Next up on this epic build are the weapons. Carrying the theme through I'm using the same combination of paints that I've used for the mech, just with a bias in the opposite direction, making most pieces gunmetal, with white and grey accents and details done with the three shades of grey/blue.Continue Reading ››
The head turned out to be a little harder to assemble than I'd have liked, but the real key is to read through the steps of the instructions very very carefully and don't miss steps. Also, I'd advise leaving the back plate off until the end as otherwise it's easy to scratch and mark. I … Continue Reading ››
The arms on the Unicorn turned out to be rather more complex and involved than I thought they'd be. As with the rest of the kit I've used extensive masking to put detail onto the armour and to follow through the colour scheme I've established with the body and legs.Continue Reading ››
The legs of the Unicorn are highly complex and full of detail.
These flaps open up on the transform and allow you to see their insides, so I used some of the Createx fluorescent green which may just light up nice with the UV LEDs. Continue Reading ››
As you can guess I've been busy which is why I've not update the blog recently for the PG Unicorn build. I'm remedying that now with a comprehensive build update!
First off, I was impressed with the size of the complete Unicorn feet so brought the PG … Continue Reading ››