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  1. Hey where have you gone too?

  2. XMO Sabretooth with interchangeable heads: As you all know, Hasbro gave us two versions of Sabretooth. In my opinion, neither looked good enough. So I basically took the things I liked from both and combined them. I hated the white mane on the Blob 2-pack version but liked the head and costume color. I also liked the head on the Wolverine 2-pack version but hated the shiny brown and hair color. So, using the heat and pop technique and my teeth to pry, I switched the manes and repainted the Short haired version to match. So now I have a long and short haired version that I think looks better. Here is the result. If anyone wants to try this and needs to know the color combination I used to match the brown, send me a PM.
  3. Personally, I prefer a longer, skinny, more flexible brush for fine lines. One that lies flat and just glides over the surface when held at an angle of perhaps 20-30 degrees.
  4. Try this. I used a Sunfire Torso repainted.
  5. Here is a Marcus Fenix head that I made from MU Warpath. I am also nearly finished sculpting the body also.
  6. It's not Trigate. It looks to be sculpt added to a Ms Marvel body or some other female. As you can see there is no mid-torso articulation. Possibly even a Star Wars torso. Look at the crotch area and you can see the sculpt work.
  7. You could possible use the glasses that Henry Jones SR comes with. I never thought of those, as I don't have him nor did I know they were removable. However, a friend already has a pair in the mail to me.
  8. Thanks. I'm still working on the glasses.
  9. And a good " old lady" With patience and understanding!
  10. Also, when sculpting, always keep your fingers and tools wet! ALWAYS!
  11. The better the brush the better the result. Here's a link to my friend Jin's tutorial which should help you. http://www.angelfire.com/mech/jinsaotome/PaintingTips.html
  12. These are not the MOST favorable paints but they work and are better than the Walmart crap. Ideally you would want Citadel or Testors Model Master but... to start ... I'd go with this cheaper brand. At least until you get the hang of it.
  13. Here is the paint colors. I suggest getting a box set or two with the colors you need in it. I don't know about an Aluminum paint thing. Yes they are paintable but wash them first with a detergent to remove mold release left by companies. Everything I sent you, you would use. The green stuff for sculpting and the paint for....painting. i would not have posted it if you could not use it.
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