My Alkaline shell. Lovingly sanded an painted. I started with 100 grit until I figured out the fun of sanding fiberglass. Then I switched to wet sand. I wet sanded it up to 400 grit, came out pretty well I think. I used filling putty in a few spots, and I filed a couple of blotches here and there. Nothing major. For painting I used Krylon Fusion Nickel Shimmer, straight on the fiberglass. Should make a nice tough coat for weathering (If I manage to weather it. I love the "brand new" look)
Another shot of my shell. I love that thing!
Completed motherboard/ALICE pack assembly. Genuine ALICE pack frame with LC2 straps, painted black (Krylon BBQ) The frame is mounted on the motherboard with 3 3/8" carriage bolts. It won't go anywhere.
My work table. No I don't actually work there. Full set of greeblies for the pack and the thrower, safelly guarded by ED-209 who shoots any trespassers. And a printed set of Stefan's plan for reference. Essential!
Aluminum greeblies by jpa35, filler, booster and injector tubes by irricanian, PPD and crank knob by Nick-a-tron, and ion arm by Exoray. Nothing but the best by the best!
My box of surprises. There's a whole lot of greeblies in there, plus every single bolt I'll need to finish this thing. I like to keep thing nice and tidy.
Completed booster tube assembly, ready to be bolted on. Tube by irricanian, tube plug by Exoray, and aluminum frame by jpa35. That thing is incredible!
Full pack mockup. That's when I finally understood that I had a Proton Pack. I was giggling when I took those pictures.
Another beauty shot. Can't wait to finish that thing! The bumper is Exoray's, by the way.
A final shot for the road. Thanks for watching!