I've divided the drawings into two groups separated by project, then again by schematics and sketches. Unless specified in the drawings, construction material tends to be 110 lb cardstock. Parts were assembled with regular Elmer's Glue and painted with acrylics.
1:6 Scale Obitsu Replica
Schematics (drawings with dimensions and some exploded view diagrams. All part dimensions are in mm, but tolerances for joints are +/- 0.003 in, since I used a US caliper.)
- 1: chest
- 2: bust (there's random dimensions for making the bust, which references this construction technique)
- 4: fleshing out limbs
Edit(8/28/10): Added newer diagrams for completed projects and links to completed projects.
- Flamethrower [Completed Flamethrower]
- Rocket Launcher
- Sniper Rifle (Rebuilt Sniper Rifle) [Completed Sniper Rifle]
- Grenade Launcher Version 2 * [Completed Grenade Launcher]
- Generic TF2 Shotgun
- The Ambassador (sheet 1) (sheet 2) * [Completed Ambassador]
- Force-a-nature (Sheet 1) (Sheet 2) * [Completed Force-a-Nature]
- SENTRY GUN * [Completed Sentry Gun]
- Engineer's Tool Box and Teleporter * [Completed Teleporter]
- Sledge's Shotgun, Borderlands * [Completed Shotgun]
- Bloodberry, No More Heroes * [Completed Bloodberry]
- Maliwan HX Combustion Hellfire, Borderlands (Part 2)
Now, with those out of the way, time for a few words on some of these drawings. The doll schematics cover 70% of the core structure. An additional 15% are supplemented by the following links:
Joining/constructing limb components (requires the mighty cube with 1/4" holes through it
Building the head
Construction progress image gallery(only documentation of how I made new feet)
That leaves out the fingers, hair, eyes, and to some degree, fleshing out the body.
For the Team Fortress 2 weapons, what you see is all I used in constructing the models. There are no additional drawings or sketches. I've freehanded the models to some extent, based on some simple guiding principles and construction techniques. There's a few elements that I used in game screens to assist in completing, such as the shoulder strap holder for the rocket launcher, and the LAM wire for the sniper rifle. These drawings were included in this post as an insight as to how my mind works and what level of planning I need to get a project going. I've added links to the completed projects and construction progress pages to show the hidden, undocumented steps. You'll probably get nowhere with just these TF2 weapon drawings without additional images.