revoltech joints would probably work for this
That's a clever base. nice start.
Now you need a cyclonus for shedder and 4 fembot combiners for foorsoldiers
Also, That citadel paint dries out fast af. Love the colors, hate how fast it goes to hell. Now I'm going to have to post a few gems.
Love the baby gene stealers
Thanks. I wish I could find a hasbro version, but I'm having no luck. Good to know the plastic is good.
There is a ratchet head on Shapeways for first aid. Not sure about sideswipe
There are several resell tutorials, This is a good one.
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I was looking at them yesterday. Do you by any chance have any version of Landfill? Either of those trucks have tiny hands
Thanks for the direction. Took some digging in his thread, but he does mention the quality is similar to his taker devy.
Has anyone used the Combiner war KO's from sir toys for customs? I'd hate to use them and have them break easily.
I'd suggest removing the cat heads. Then you could cut the claw hands off and replace them with a normal set of fists.
No movement? Have you tried hitting the pieces with a stiff bristled tooth brush?
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I have the apoxie sculpt, and it is at least 3 years old. I'm still getting good results from it. Per the website, it looks like the clay might...
You should check some of the liokaiser threads in radicals. Several folks made him a 6 bot combiner
A Junker Tigerhawk or Razorclaw might be a good starting point. It would depend on how much articulation you need.
I use Krylon Fusion on my nerf projects. If they don't have a matte, you can always get a matte sealer.
You could probably use a tm 1 or 2 cheator head on dark steel. Or a power ranger might fit the bill. As far as batwings, you might try RID...
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