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Air Man by Awasai Air Man by Awasai
Always a fan favorite, right?

Air Man is 10 inches to the tip of the shoulders, and in case you couldn't tell (and I would forgive you), the base is supposed to be the top of the giant red demon heads that serve as platforms in his stage.

MEGA UPDATE: This guy is in the Mega Man Tribute book put out by Udon. Per the editor's instructions, please check out these links and buy the book!


MEGA MAN TRIBUTE LIMITED EDITION HARDCOVER

-the book is premiering at the San Diego Comic-con at the UDON booth (#5037), July 20-24

-for fans not attending the show, you can preorder the book at UDONstore.com ([link] )



MEGA MAN TRIBUTE SOFTCOVER

- The standard softcover edition is also available for preorder on amazon.com ([link] )
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:iconbroteas:
fan-ks for the memories.

sorry bad, bad pun.
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:iconchaochao13:
You win at life
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:icontenshi-sama-konan:
tenshi-sama-konan May 21, 2011  Student Traditional Artist
amazing
thats all that can really besaid
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:iconmegatyrant:
Awesome work there. :)

And yes, I have to say it: Air Man cannot be defeated!
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:iconfragraham:
"Up in the sky. Ten Miles high. A man stands above the city he will destroy. Built from airplane parts, his propeller spins as he thinks to himself. I will destroy these people." -The Megas- "The Annihilation of Monsteropolis."
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:iconhaloman38:
AIR MAN WON'T DIE!

because it needed to be said.
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:iconl3xus21:
L3xus21 Aug 13, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Wow thats great! Really good job! One quick question, how are you able to make it so he doesn't just snap in half at the arms or legs?
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Awasai Aug 13, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Wire armature + foil for bulking up (see the pictures)

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:iconl3xus21:
L3xus21 Aug 13, 2010  Student Traditional Artist
Awesome thanks for the tip and pictures! I never knew about the foil part, it makes sense though. I've been wanting to make my characters larger but have had a hard time. Hopefully this will help alleviate the problems i've been having. Thanks again!
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Awasai Aug 13, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Really, the wire is even more important than the foil. It's only with the past few projects that I've started using foil, but everything in my gallery has a armature skeleton. But yeah- using the foil can also save dramatically on clay costs. The materials for Air Man would have been about $40 (instead of 20) if he were made of clay through and through.
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