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Mr Wayne was constructed using 4 different figures. The base body and head belong to Guardian. The ears are sculpted. The glove spikes and plastic cape came from DCIC Batman. The boots, gloves, lower arms and legs belonged to Captain America, with the pouches and laces sanded down. The belt also belonged to Cap. The cloth part of the cape came from some random Batman figure from long ago.

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I hate Batman....and i would love to have that version of him...WELL DONE!


Nice fix onyx! I'm not a fan of bright orange thing...but it looks good! Did you fix his right forearm too? I can't tell by the pic.

Yes, I did. And I agree. That Batman is tight. I was thinking a while back of doing something similar with Guardian. I mentioned it to crowncoke but got side-tracked on other projects.
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Here's my derp de derp Reed Richards. I'm going to fix the terrible grey hair paint app later.

Had a problem with the body out of the package :/ 1 Free Internet for anyone who can guess what's wrong.





What's wrong? His arm is broken off. Do I win? I know it was lame :) I had the same problem with a ROC Ripcord and I had to just glue it back on. I know from your other thread that you want to keep articulation, but I'm not sure you can save it. There are some GREAT guys on here who customize who can help. I'm not one of them though. I know Onyx takes the bodies apart and does some really innovative stuff, so if anybody knows it would be him.

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which glue do you guys use? ...say...for glueing a screw into ball joint as peg fix?




This is the glue that I use for everything. The purple is a gap filler, and cures in 5-15 seconds, while the pink is just extra thick, and cures in 10-25 seconds. I try to get the purple when I need more glue but when I can't find it I get the pink. Once it is dry this stuff holds stronger than ANY glue that I have ever used, and I've used every thing from Testors model cements to super glue, and even gorilla glue. All of these others break down, and don't hold as well but the Cyanoacrylates hold seems to be permanent, and it works on everything from paper to plastic to ceramics (mugs (even still holds through the dish washer), vinyl statues, and porcelain statues) to metal.

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