5 responses

  1. Frank Hung
    November 3, 2010

    This is awesome. I’ve always wanted to do an Aliens kit, but have always been intimidated by it.

  2. Vamp
    November 4, 2010

    Cool….man.!! Very “Alien”…. :razz:

  3. gfx1978
    May 15, 2011

    I have this exact same kit and it was my third purchase ever of a garagekit. It’s one of the best looking aliens in my opinion and that’s largely to do with the gnarly pose. :smile:

    Mine is still not finished, I had this whole plan of a diorama with Ripley (got them both at the same time from GEOmetric Design), but… :mrgreen:

    I like your paintjob, brown tones look nice – much nicer than I would have thought. Veining looks cool as an effect, but doesn’t feel right with a hard exoskeleton imho. Then again I can’t go purist and look at the original because it’s a black rubber suit with silver nails and teeth – quite boring. What I mean to say it’s a refreshing paint scheme you’ve chosen for your alien!

  4. gingersoll
    January 9, 2012

    Ooooh I can dig it! I remember seeing this very kit in a comic shop as a kid. This is a much nicer paint job. I like the veiny approach and the layers of brown, too many aliens look like they’re made of iron.
    Also, haven’t checked this site in years, but glad to see things are happening again here!

  5. Jason
    November 11, 2012

    How did you do the base?? I am currently trying to find a base for my guyver kit, and I love the way you did yours. I have no idea where to start. Any tips??

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