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  • Andy
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    For my Mini-Comic Trapjaw, I gave him Tri-klops's arm and legs, then gave him a new paint job.



    For my Mini-Comic Beastman, I sculpted furry legs, new feet, basically new hands, gave him a new paint job, and flocked him. Then added the shield's that he can wear.



    For my Mini-Comic Stratos, I sculpted furry legs, new feet, removable feather collar, removable belt, and gave him a new paint job.



    For my Bluebeard Stratos, I sculpted furry legs, a new staff, and gave him a new paint job.



    For my Crystal Man At Arms, I cut off his mustache and gave him a new paint job.

    Last edited by Andy; 01-14-2017, 08:01 PM.

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  • Andy
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    I'd watch that if I were you. It's like crack...One little paint touch-up and then that leads to finding more flaws that need touched-up, then next thing you know you'll own a exacto knife.

    Then comes the stock in superglue. You'll wake up one day with sculpy or paint dried on every pair of pants that you own and you'll wonder why you bought a hair dryer when you don't have any hair.

    Sorry, I was feeling giddy and tried to be funny. You should give it a try someday, you might just impress yourself at the least.

  • Mechanizor
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    Looking good, very good actually!

    One day I should start experimenting with customizing/painting some of my figures!

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  • Andy
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    The Loyal Subjects customs

    I got a few of these little guys in the blind boxes for Christmas and a few afterwards. So far I've gotten three doubles but I think I found some uses for them with my extra GITD Skeletor.

    There are some that are WIPs but I figured I'll show individual pictures later.


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