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1/72 Sci Fi Walkers

I found the time to assemble the 1/72 walker models from Nexus. Crappy molding and the plastic is too soft. Nice little models though.

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  1. jeff from georgiaAugust 4, 2012 at 1:26 PM

    Yeah I couldn't get the smaller walker to stay together. It will need more work. But sci fi in this scale is rare enough to encourage me to give it another try. Most of my collection is modern military. The few actual on scale sci fi I own are quite valuable to me to convince myself its a near future sci fi setting.......

  2. Hi,

    I am surprised You boought them from Nexus, they are originally a project from Orion called Dark Dream Studio. I bought two of these sets and cannot get enough of them, they are great for converting. This set has a huge potential. This is an example to convert the soldiers to the Marines from Aliens:

    If You click on my name You will see what I have been trying to change in the models and in figures.

    Best regards


  3. Sorry, the link does not seem to be working:


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