Customs: Heads up: possible Fem-bot base

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  1. mx-01 archon

    mx-01 archon Well-Known Member

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    Ver. APSY? No surprise it works so well as a Femme, then. Though if we're using APSY products, a Busou Shinki or maybe even a Figma could work better.
     
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    Pardon my ignorance....what's a myclone?
     
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    It's just an alternative. Price is much cheaper than a Shinki, and about on-par with a Figma.

    The advantage here is that the figure already has some robotic styling to it, so not as much sculpting would be needed to blend the parts in to the transforming bits. And as a model kit, there's probably some more room to play around with the detail parts.
     
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    These would make for some awesome base figures for upgrading to non-transforming fembots. :D 
     

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