Facehugger

1:1 scale facehugger

  • Al Stoiche 6y

    thats awesome!
  • Justin 6y

    zomgs!
    thats frelling awesome!
    i want to buy the 1/4 scale queen sculpture, but its like $5000 and a meter an a half in height! (think itd scare the crap outta anyone tiptoeing thru my house at night!)

    I <3 aliens!
  • Allison Miller 6y

    creepy - looks like a great back scratcher
  • João P. Burini 3y

    Did you fill it inside? The tail was posed with heat before painting? Ordered one like that yesterday, can't wait to build it lol
  • Michael Fawcett 3y

    Yes , the tail was positioned by softening with boiling water and setting with cold. I didn't fill it inside, but the last tail segment has 3 or 4 wire coat hanger wires in because the curve wouldn't stay put. In each finger I bent a wire coat hanger in two and stuffed it in to change the position of each one - again fingers tended to straighten out over a few days if just positioned with hot water. Mine's about fifteen years old, pre flickr and a bit dusty. Enjoy your build and post the progress :-)

    I wrapped the wire with tape.
  • simon marsden 3y

    hi im a keen model of alien stuff i have got a halcyon queeen alien which is in a line to be built after i finish my lastest model ,so any help would be great , what would you say the best stuffing would be ,,wet newapaper as it can be moldedminto shape or cotton wooland what did you stuff yours with thanks
  • Michael Fawcett 3y

    I didn't use any stuffing, just wire coat hangers taped together with masking tape. If I was doing it again (i made this about 20 years ago) I would use kitchen towel and PVA glue to pack it out and then tape/clamp in place til it was dry. Let me know how it goes... And post pictures :-)
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