Discussion in 'Radicons Customs' started by ultraman zoffy, Dec 23, 2019.
MP scaled Liokaiser in the collection to beat the hell out of my MP Star Saber.
That is crazy awesome
The funny thing is I was actually thinking of doing this the other day lol. Awesome work so far bro and I can't wait to see how this turns out!!!
This was the long term goal behind making the CW scaled Liokaiser and my MP Defensor, proof of concept to eventually make this dude.
So what's the difference between all the pics? They all look the same to me
They're different, just need to scrutinize them more.
Well should of said the difference between the set on top and the set at the bottom. They look the same or maybe you can point out the difference.
Updated, created adapters to add the TFC Killbison and Drillhorn, as well as adapters to use my custom OS Combiner feet in place of the weak standard Hades feet. Very fun playing with and posing this guy.
Not trying to be a dick, but why do all your customs look so stretched out and scrawny? I'm honestly curious. They look anorexic.
I typically start by making a 20-inch tall combiner to see if the actual structure connections will hold up, then eventually scale down the height and try to get the proportions more in line when I know which spots can be tweaked. I'm actually in the process of standardizing everyone on my Combiner shelf to a 19-inch scale with the exception on my OS Gravity Builder.
Height adjusted down to 19.5 inches to fit my combiner shelf rescale update.
Action poses with cat photo bomb
Final size, 19.25 inch height. Time to work on converting Rook to Jallguar.
Very impressive work. Almost makes me wish i had Tfc Hades. I just could never pull the trigger.
Any chance you plan on doing some upgrades to cw orthia(elita infinite)?
She in need of some love.
Made a larger custom Liokaiser head and some leg armor panels to beef the legs up.
Realized I never posted the Rook Jallguar conversion.
This is straight up amazing dude. Have the conversion pieces been placed on shapeways because I'd love to try this out on my on set
Thanks for checking it out, I appreciate it! Unfortunately, like a lot of the parts I design for my customs, they aren't cost effective to sell through Shapeways or directly because of their size. Shapeways' service is way too expensive for larger parts, and because of the printing time required, I would have to charge more than folks are willing to pay if I tried to produce them directly. For all intents and purposes, this guy is a one off. =\
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