Something Cyberpunk/Anime/GitS inspired with a heavy dash of titanium metallic.
Btw it’s Marchikoma, the time to show the iconic robot class some love.
Your support from the previous project, the Alakuneda Think Tank, encouraged me to make a brick-i-fied rendition of the Jigabachi seen at the Ghost in the Shell S.A.C. II animated series alongside the building instructions.
Type: Assault helicopter
Class: aerial robotics weapons platform, semi autonomous pilot/AI controlled
Estimated real life size: TBD
Manufacturer: Kenbishi Industries
The model features
The model, including the stand, contains of 789 parts. All parts should be widespread available, no rare parts as far as I can oversee.
The 59-paged high-quality instructions are for sale and available on demand, just shoot me a [mail].
And a little peak into the process and the quality you can expect.
Enjoying fresh colors inna mecha style!
Pretty happy with the frame. Although it features the small ball joints I managed to make it more stable than other models at the same size with the same small ball joints. Also the abdomen has a crazy joint mechanism, making it max posable 😀
Fun fact that the show was in the St. Pauli Barrio inside of the infamous Millerntorstadium.
It was a literal blast, starting with a small collaboration, extending to a layout full of sound, engineering and street art/graffiti and rounding things up with an all-nighter in diverse clubs…
As a small surprise he also brought a tropical DJ booth along with a DJ and a selector.
My counterpart was a spraycan which got ‘blasted’ by the music. The spraycan being a tower of varying colour sounds echoing the acoustical sounds. The whole shape is deformed in a mix between an astral body and a bullit-like bending caused by the metal ball which is an integral part of a spraycan.
Unfortunately the shots of the collabo are semi, as lighting and stuff had to be improvised.