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Yer soz, I forgot to mention I made it yesterday. I know yodaminch and dodge seemed as gutted as me wen their was no news on her release. So I made one. Just wanted to show em.

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Soz it's a custom didn't think any one would think it was real. Just wanted to show dodge76 and yodaminch as they seemed as gutted as me wen she didn't get a realease. Made it the other day.

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Custom. The cape clasp is a give-away

Thought so,

couldn't see it on my phone too clear.

 

but very nicely done,

keep it up.

 

With the Generic card art , I never realized how doable custom are to put MOC nowadays.

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Yer soz, I forgot to mention I made it yesterday. I know yodaminch and dodge seemed as gutted as me wen their was no news on her release. So I made one. Just wanted to show em.

Very nice. Shame it's not real though. Some time ago I won an Emma custom on ebay. Since Hasbro seemed in no hurry, I thought she'd be a good placeholder. Looks like she's sticking around for a while longer: photo4.jpg

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Yer I c that on eBay about a week after u won it. I think u got her for about $45 or some thing. I was a bit gutted as I was looking for one my self. One day bud we will have real thing.

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Yer I c that on eBay about a week after u won it. I think u got her for about $45 or some thing. I was a bit gutted as I was looking for one my self. One day bud we will have real thing.

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How did you make white queen?

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Hi RichardC. It was really easy just a dagger body. I painted her hands white then went over them again with glass paint which was porcelain white,it has a glitter effect in it so gives it a shine. Then painted her torso and shoulders with a flesh colour.I added extra hair to her using green stuff. I got the belt from a jubilee figure then painted that like I did her hands. Then I made the cape from green stuff same again paint job but I went over it with a blue mixed with silver wash. Then done her lips the same colour. Then went over the figure with a clear gloss.

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How did you make white queen?

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Hi RichardC. It was really easy just a dagger body. I painted her hands white then went over them again with glass paint which was porcelain white,it has a glitter effect in it so gives it a shine. Then painted her torso and shoulders with a flesh colour.I added extra hair to her using green stuff. I got the belt from a jubilee figure then painted that like I did her hands. Then I made the cape from green stuff same again paint job but I went over it with a blue mixed with silver wash. Then done her lips the same colour. Then went over the figure with a clear gloss.post-64455-0-62655600-1407386984_thumb.jpg

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I thought yodaminch and dodge76 would like to c thisattachicon.gifimage.jpg

 

Very nice custom, Ddhawkins. I have not tried making my own figures. I thought I would try making a Vulture awhile back but canceled my plans after seeing the real one is on its way! I also bought an extra dagger thinking I might try to make a Black Cat but canceled that also. I might try and turn her into Dazzler one day. I am not sure. I am using an extra Future Foundation Sue Storm as a stand in for Agent Dazzler on my shelf since they look similar. I just have her in the back with Jubilee's blast on her hand.

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Thanks dodge. U should give dazzler ago. We have to do these things to satisfy are cravings for missing figures. Good luck.

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Custom. The cape clasp is a give-away

 

Thought so,

couldn't see it on my phone too clear.

 

but very nicely done,

keep it up.

 

With the Generic card art , I never realized how doable custom are to put MOC nowadays.

Thanks dragonkings. It was well easy man!

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So...my Infinity Gauntlet set was supposed to be delivered today. It's apparently signature confirmation, so I got to stay home on a Saturday waiting. Turns out the local FedEx office is closed today. It's marked "Out for Delivery", but it's not coming until Monday at the earliest. I swear this year's SDCC exclusives are cursed.

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Spoke too soon. Fed Ex just showed up. I'm pretty happy with this set now that I have it in person. The box it shipped in could house a small family. My dog hopped in and made himself at home.

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Nothing to do with Marvel, but I need a World of Nintendo Legend of Zelda Link figure or two if possible... Send PM if anyone can help.........

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