Minor/Repaint: Fire Crack Star Saber- Happy 4th

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  1. thielmj

    thielmj Well-Known Member

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    So its not technically the 4th anymore cause of the weather he got done late.
    This project started out as a quicky custom for the 4th of the July (red/white/blue)
    Begining as a KO g1 star saber, i went for very pose-able with him(for the most part) and the alt mode looks a bit goofy
    saddly because i wanted to keep the brainmaster gimmick he doesn't have any head possibility, so i'm consider still getting rid of the brainmaster.
    articulation
    Ball jointed shoulders
    bicept swivel
    double jointed elbows
    Rotation below the elbow
    Ball jointed wrist and possible fingers (fakebusker thanks)
    In and out/forward and back at the hip
    double jointed knees
    slight ankle title.

    My big goal was for him to appear to dual and wield his sword which i was able to do as seen in the battle pic
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    I Have The Power
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    And alittle size comparison and previews of my next youtube review and custom
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    EDIT

    A few Alternate mode Pics. As stated the Alt mode Looks goofy.
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  2. G60Force

    G60Force World Smallest Mini-Con

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    Is it "possible" that u mean "pose ability" or "articulation" ;)  just saying... looks good man!
     
  3. Methusalen

    Methusalen Not good enough for G1!

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    Having kept the Brainmaster gimmick, I assume that he still has his the ability to assume his other modes? Any images of those?!

    I really dig the mods that have been done to the figure, the addition of articulation is always good; as long as it doesn't detract from the overall figure! :) 
     

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