I've had this old DC Direct Lobo bike for years, but I never displayed it because it was ridiculously short. After getting the DC Multiverse Lobo I finally decided to work on stretching out the bike to fit the newer figure. The new parts were made using styrene sheets and rods that includes tank and handlebars extensions, foot rest, etc. I also figured since I was scratch building the extension I might as well make the front forks move instead of being in a fixed position. Nothing was planned I was just free building. After finishing up the fabrication I paint the new parts with model masters steel then applied a wash over that. I printed up some decals on water-slide decal paper. Then weathered them with the rest of the bike.
Thank you everyone!
Nice, Nice Job.....
Big "Kudos" ;^)
Watched your YouTube video on this. Awesome job!
thats amazing! very impressive ?
really nice work! came out super slick
I remember that old DC Direct bike. This is very impressive! Thanks for showing the WIP pics with how the styrene pipes were used for structure. It helps a novice like me learn the craft.
Feel like you did a great job stretching that out man!
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