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Warspectre

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  1. I clicked on the link on the Marvelous News facebook page and thought: " Sweet, Hasbro finally did a good job on wonderman!" Then I realized it was done on a wrestler body and thought: "They're incorporating bodies from other lines now too?" Then I realized it was a custom... LMAO. Great Job!
  2. Those Marvel now likenesses are awesome!
  3. They gave him a large hook nose to resemble a vulture. I prefer your original custom better than how he's 'supposed' to look.
  4. You know, I think he actually gains a millimeter or so. It's not much, but he remains tall. photo (1).JPG Aw wow. the roadblock head does look decent on there, hey?
  5. How does it look, Feihong? Does he retain height?
  6. The plastic bag idea is awesome. I like it! I am often looking for appropriately colored pilates bands to eventually turn into capes and such. Awesome idea with the bag. i'm sure it doesn't hamper arm movement and posability the way a thicker substance would? I wonder how baloon material would compare?
  7. I like your kit ideas! Thanks, I already have ideas, and requests for a couple of modifications/ upgrade kits. Oh, and if I remember right you're the one who asked for these: I'll add them this evening. AWESOME!!
  8. Love it. Perfect proportions. If those arms were 'standard' mu articulation(Bicep swivel), I would copy this exactly. well done.
  9. You could modify the Movie beast Jacket And you think his waist is too small you could build up his obliques with some green stuff. you wouldn't have to build them up too much, even a milimeter at their peak would change the look.
  10. Definitely go with the Cable/Tigershark? legs. they look perfect from here.
  11. Awesome work. love it all. the soviet super soldiers need a presence!
  12. lol. If it was wrong it wouldn't be called "Fan Service" it would be called 'unpopular perversion'. And I think we should all fix the mistakes that hasbro is making by not properly portraying how low cut and skimpy these comic book superheroines actually dress. (are drawn) and don't get me started on 'unrealistic'. I know plenty of women who show 'it' off when they have 'it'. ...and some who show it off regardless...
  13. beautiful paint job. especially the smile/smirk. good steady hand.
  14. I thought Kaine was the coolest from the get go. I remember a comic where he showed a different way of using the 'stick to things' ability combined with his strength. He opened a giant metal 'box' without any handles by sticking his hand to it and pulling the door open. @DecepticonMark. Awesome! I love Titania.
  15. man, they all look great!!!! thanks. Looking at the pics I'm kinda debating sculpting tunics rather than leave em with the skin tight look but It's also more work *eye twitches* then maybe new hair for jean cause imo it looks like playdo hair. Iceman I like but I wished he was smaller, the putty I used didn't spread well. looks good to me. i've seen iceman looking somewhat bulky when he looked like that in the comics.
  16. I really like this. and that psylocke looks great. I'd love to see a bigger pic of just her. Also how'd ya do the colossus? bits and pieces: marvel legends showdown colossus, destroyer, xow colossus. I could be wrong...
  17. Well done dude. looks like quite the project.
  18. really? you have good luck? I think mine probably wouldn't come out very smooth. to be quite honest, i haven't done it in a long time and didn't do it often. i found that trick on jin saotome's site though.
  19. That would make it more difficult to make customs. Lol. I've clearcoated my figures. I've had mix experiences with it honestly (my own fault tbs). Sometimes, I've oversprayed them, and they get sticky. No es bueno! Also, the stuff I've used would make some parts paler (also when over applied). Most of the time, the overspraying would happen because I either (a) stood too close while spraying, or (b) I misjudged how evenly I was spraying. You don't want the stuff getting runny, especially not in the joints. It takes some trial and error. As for the prevention of scratches... one or two figs with the coat have still scratched from light roughing up. If there's a better method, I'd love to hear it. What do the rest of you think? What do you use? Any tips? Model/maxicure/hobbycraft/superglue -light layer on joints, make sure it is smooth and tapered. be very careful not to put it 'in' the joints. use it sparingly and put it on the figure before you put it back together when possible. Did you use paintbrush to the glue on or you used something else? toothpicks are more expendable. spread with tothpick. just don't still be spreading while its drying. very thin layers of glue...or you may have to sand.
  20. That would make it more difficult to make customs. Lol. I've clearcoated my figures. I've had mix experiences with it honestly (my own fault tbs). Sometimes, I've oversprayed them, and they get sticky. No es bueno! Also, the stuff I've used would make some parts paler (also when over applied). Most of the time, the overspraying would happen because I either (a) stood too close while spraying, or (b) I misjudged how evenly I was spraying. You don't want the stuff getting runny, especially not in the joints. It takes some trial and error. As for the prevention of scratches... one or two figs with the coat have still scratched from light roughing up. If there's a better method, I'd love to hear it. What do the rest of you think? What do you use? Any tips? Model/maxicure/hobbycraft/superglue -light layer on joints, make sure it is smooth and tapered. be very careful not to put it 'in' the joints. use it sparingly and put it on the figure before you put it back together when possible.
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