Completely agree. The creativity of those designers, sculptors, etc., remains unsurpassed, even by today's technology. These were not CGI prospects, but actual hand made creations using the most common and ordinary parts found around, from toys to car parts, etc. The imagination was working at full throttle there. It's been 43 years since Star Wars, almost half a century, and it still remains as popular as ever despite all the new visual improvements. Comes to show just because something happens to be of a certain age it does not mean it should be brushed away, Mrs. Kennedy What's good will stand the taste of time, not just the hype of the moment.Cool! These droids again prove the creativity and imagination the ILM guys had back then, each and everyone is a very interesting and unique design.
Thanks, Brad. I had a feeling you'd like them since I know you like Droids. I'll have updated pictures on the 2-1B once I get the mic replaced for a real one and the clear neck needs to have a hazy look to be more movie accurate. It's a great kit you can leave as is or add more details to it, which is what I'll be doing .Those are bad ass. Love the 2-1B.