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ARMAMENTFACTORY
A.B. Cruz
Artist | Professional | Varied
Philippines
I design & build things; like this guy! ^
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New CPU set up & ready to go!

The future is on!

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AFRS ARMAMENT DIGITAL by ARMAMENTFACTORY
AFRS ARMAMENT DIGITAL
Light Machine Gun, Re-pattern Model 63A
cal. 7.62 x 51mm

Phased Plasma Rifle Model 415
cal. .50, 40 Megawatt range

for armamentfactory.deviantart.com…

WIP


NOTES:
-color separated parts
-removable magazine

STILL MISSING:
-front sight
-rear sight
-charging handle
-feed ramp
-details
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LMG DIGITAL by ARMAMENTFACTORY
LMG DIGITAL
Light Machine Gun, Re-pattern Model 63A
cal. 7.62 x 51mm

for armamentfactory.deviantart.com…

WIP

NOTES:
-color separated parts
-removable magazine

STILL MISSING:
-front sight
-rear sight
-charging handle
-feed ramp
-details
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AFRS DIGITAL v1.0 04 by ARMAMENTFACTORY
AFRS DIGITAL v1.0 04
Autonomous Field-Repairable Soldier
Model 4 type S

version 1.0

WIP


NOTES:
-CPU
-power cell
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AFRS DIGITAL v1.0 03 by ARMAMENTFACTORY
AFRS DIGITAL v1.0 03
Autonomous Field-Repairable Soldier
Model 4 type S

version 1.0

WIP


NOTES:
-revisited & updated version of armamentfactory.deviantart.com…
-color-separated parts
-48 points of articulation & counting
-power cell
-significant geometry adjustments!
-SO MUCH DETAIL!
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AFRS DIGITAL v1.0 02 by ARMAMENTFACTORY
AFRS DIGITAL v1.0 02
Autonomous Field-Repairable Soldier
Model 4 type S

version 1.0

WIP


NOTES:
-revisited & updated version of armamentfactory.deviantart.com…
-color-separated parts
-48 points of articulation & counting
-power cell
-shoulder armor!
-elbow pads!
-hips & thighs!
-minor geometry adjustments
-Phased Plasma Rifle Model 415 cal. .50, 40 Megawatt range
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Matsucorp Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thanks for the fave!

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capricorv Featured By Owner Jan 27, 2015  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you sir for the llama badge! ^_^
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Collecter128 Featured By Owner Dec 26, 2014
Thanks for the badge!
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tsukiko-kiyomidzu Featured By Owner Dec 24, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thank you for the watch! :D (Big Grin) I really appreciate it! Hug :happybounce: 
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camilokotaro Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Thanks for the watch Bro!!!:D (Big Grin) 
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mrgrinmore Featured By Owner Jul 31, 2014
Thanks for the watch back!
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Karlosrolero Featured By Owner May 13, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Hey there! Nice models! Can I ask you a question? I've seen your REX and I really want to make a 1/300 REX for BattleTech... Can you guide or help me a bit with it? I really am a novice on scratchbuilding. I've done some 1/2400 starships but simple designs nothing complicated :/ Anyways thanks and seriosly, very good job on every model!
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ARMAMENTFACTORY Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Professional General Artist
thanks!

I think the best advice I can give is to plan every step of the build, and put everything on paper. I see you have the Kotobukiya Rex, the 1st step is taking down measurements & doing the math, or scale down the paint guide drawings in the manual to the proper size & trace it on your material. the rest is pretty much cutting, sanding, etc. a Vernier Caliper is very helpful when scaling things up/down.
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Karlosrolero Featured By Owner May 14, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Yeah, I though on measuring the 1/100 to 1/300... But I dont know, REX is kinda hard to do.

Thanks, I'll try my best. If I'm not able maybe I'll go through 3D printing but I prefer a scratchbuild. Do you keep building things and uploading here? I like your stuff a lot, you are a good inspiration to scratchbuilders!
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ARMAMENTFACTORY Featured By Owner May 15, 2014  Professional General Artist
don't get intimidated by the complex design, start with the basic shapes, then work your way up to the details. give it your best shot!

yup, I usually upload projects here. thanks!
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