This looks really nice so far.
It's a solid solution, but at $35-$40 for hands and the adapters, it's a little pricey.
I think proportionally this is pretty close to perfect. The legs could be extended a tiny bit, but all of the thigh extensions available are a bit...
This thing is turning into a Franken-tron!
The hands/forearms are one of the biggest issues I have with the figure for sure. It is a shame most of this is put together with pins instead of...
Still looking for a good cheap replacement face for Big Spring as mine warped when I tried to bake the Sculpey that I put over the original.
I can not, for the life of me, get any of these screws off. Guess I am stuck with the original hip kibble.
Hard to tell from the previous shots as it looked like it was still jutting out past the front.
Do you plan on repainting the whole thing?
Did you take all the pins out, or paint it intact? I'm surprise at how few screws this thing has.
Sorry if I sound like an a-hole for saying this, but it looks so close to the original, I don't see the point.
THIS is what it needed. Perfect.
It looks amazing.
Psst.... Please do an OpenPlay Big Spring face next. There are people aching for one.
It is really tempting to follow suit. I would love to see a photo gallery of this for inspiration.
I just received mine from Showzstore. Unfortunately they sent Ricochet instead of the Jazzy that I ordered. :/
Well, my new face crumbled after sanding it down. I tried some sculpey after, but baking it warped the plastic. Now I have a faceless Big Spring....
Reshaped the nose, cheeks and mouth. Still need to smooth it a bit more and repaint.
The paint just wouldn't come off, until I upped the acetone to melting levels. So I decided to sand it down and reshape the nose...
I had a lot of mold release on the chest, and the seem was very uneven. I sanded it down, first with 600 grit, then 2000. It looks a lot better....
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