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Author: JerryChevalier

While attending a local building event in Yorba Linda California, a friend of mind (Max Cervantes) brought by a selection of switches that look like they may have been of the type used in the original robot in the series of Lost in Space in the 60’s. Of the 2 sets presented the larger of the 2 sets seems to fit the bill.  Brian Nix...

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I was lucky enough to get 2 aluminum kits from the RPF of the PPG handgun from the SciFi series Babylon 5. These were awesome kits. Dead on accurate externally. I had to make a few modifications to get what I wanted to do but these are just awesome in everyway. [gallery size="full" link="none" columns="4" ids="6630,6631,6632,6633,6634,6635,6636,6637,6638,6639,6640,6641"]...

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I worked on this resin kit for a while. I got it from eBay. It was a poor quality kit that required a lot of work along with a lot of Evercoat (body filler) but the final results were pretty good considering what I had to start with. Eventhough it is a static prop it does look good! [gallery size="full" link="none" ids="6668,6669,6670"]...

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The Storm Dalek uses the same base and skirt footprint as a NSD Dalek. If you don’t already have the Dalek Builders Workshop manual  (http://www.projectdalek.co.uk/) , I would strongly recommend you become a member, pay for the manual and get the free additional manuals for the 2005  Dalek and the MK6 manual. As for the base I recommend 3/4″ grade 1 or 2  plywood.  At this phase I...

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Well, here we go. I haven’t finished updating the NSD Dalek blog even though it is finished and running about exterminating annoying little destructo-bots (kids) and other humanoid life forms… lol. With no plans and no scale other than my big , eh, ruler(yeah….that’s it) and TV screen, my other NSD Dalek  for scale reference ; along with help from Dave Duca and some pictures...

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I couldn’t get the original Dalek colors from England because they were not water soluble paints. Since I made the NSD dalek in California, no painter would paint it it because of their regulations. So I got what I could get (automotive paint) which- believe it or not) was Blaze Orange with a metallic pearl. It looks like copper when in the sun. Depending on...

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