Working on a 1/18 scale Charlie figure to go with my Zeta Bumblebee and the upcoming Toyworld Freedom L... um... Tactics Waistcoat figure. [Edit] Completed! Started with the Ashley figure from the Zombie Labs H.A.C.K.S. line and designed and 3D printed a new head and feet for her. I designed the feet to be a straight replacement of the original figure's feet (they were high heels of all things - who the hell gets around in daisy dukes, a midriff T-Shirt, biker jacket, and pink freaking high heels?) so the articulation is maintained - forward/backward ankle tilt, as well as side to side. I'm going to try to sculpt the ankle portion of her combat boots by hand because that's easier than trying to get a super thin "sleeve" printed and then placed over her ankles and then I'm going to sculpt full length jeans onto her legs and also thicken them up a little 'cuz they're super skinny. Then I'll be painting her to look like her outfit near the end of the movie (weird green leather jacket with black sleeves and dark grey jeans). Unfortunately, her head articulation is only so-so due to her hair interfering with movement - it's actually shorter than it was in the movie and I've added as much clearance as I can to facilitate movement without completely compromising it. Maybe someday in the future, I'll see about getting some flexible filament and printing her head and hair separately (the figure's original head had soft rubbery hair). Oh and please disregard the gaps in her upper thighs - once I put the legs back together, they're super difficult to get undone again so I just put them on partially for pictures.