Customs: Custom Cosmos?

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  1. Jaicen

    Jaicen Well-Known Member

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    Anybody else have a soft spot for old Cosmos?
    I'm wanting to customise an old Cosmos to make him more Cartoon accurate, and i'm looking for some inspiration as to how to achieve that. Basically, his legs need to have proper feet, and be less spindly, but i'm not sure how to achieve that.
    Anybody have any suggestions?
     
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    Search is your friend: http://www.tfw2005.com/boards/radicons-customs/278363-cosmos.html

    There's a better one @ sector70, but I think you have to be a member to view pics there unless they changed it when they updated the board.

    Mathius
     
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  4. Jaicen

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    Thanks, but i'm aware of all of those. The first thing I do before I post is search, I even took it to Google without any results.
    I don't really want to scratch build, I want to customise a Cosmos that I already have. I love G1 mini-bots, and I picked up a rough Cosmos to customise.
     
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    hXcpunk23 The Chaos Bringer

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    You'd probably need to cut the foot section into feet with a dremel (carefully, I might add). Then if you're looking to articulate this at all, maybe use some very tiny ball joints around the knee area and hip/upper leg area (maybe use the ball joints from one of those little guys that comes with Neo Shifters kits). As for the arms, those might be best left as-is, since there isn't much room to work with.

    Good luck, hope you get to fix it up like you want!
     

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