08/28/2006 - Here is the “new” leg look. I
re-did the legs because the last set settled due to poor spacers
on my part. The
new set is 17”.
08/18/2006 - Movie of my B9 Click
02/03/2006 - Pictures of B9 Command Central
02/03/2006 - Completed!
01/30/2006 - Completed Brain - MOVIE
12/19/2005 - Here is a picture showing the addition of my finger
lights and sporting a set of Vince's rubber arms!!
All I need now is a set of wrist!!
here's a movie to Download
10/21/2005 - Here is my latest stack-up with the brain now assembled
Next will be to get all the lighting working.
10/12/2005 - This is a shot of my complete MIC and a close up
of my Fred Barton torso with the textured finish.
I need one more final sanding and a final coat of paint.
Updated: 10/11/2005 - He is actually starting to look like the
Trying out different shades of silver. This is my color
study using the Alfa Romeo silver and cast iron for the chest
10/04/2005 - Here is a new stack up showing the installation of
the Radar/ears, neck boot and chest plate.
really starting to take shape now.
10/03/2005 - Finishing up my B9 legs using Mark Thompsons plans.
They are completed. I painted them with Plasti -dip (black)
and Dupli-color charcoal gray paint. They look nice.
Has that rubber look.
09/26/2005 - Treadsection work.
Here I coverd the tread sections made of MDF with styrene. It
has a nice clean look to it. Just
some sanding, prime and paint.
09/17/2005 - Stack Up
is my first test stack up of my B9. He is actually starting to
look like the real thing now.
09/14/2005 - Leg Work
are the legs using Mark Thompson's plans.
I still need to detail them, but the foam insulation worked well
for this application.
09/12/2005 - Tread & Knee Work
is a picture of my tread section I did this weekend using MDF
and Mark Thompson's lower section plans.
I'm very pleased with them. I still need to add the styrene
layer on top yet to finish them off.
are the knees made using Mark Thompson's plans.
I glued 2-1/2" MDF boards together and then using a template
and a router, I made these.
I still need to finish them and paint them with liquid rubber.
08/23/2005 - Torso Work
Test fit of
the power pack created by Pat Burns and signed by Bob May.
Picture of the programming
panel made by Neil Allison